An Edwardian Platinum, Diamond and Paste Necklace, consisting of an openwork pendant containing one cushion cut pink paste center and 12 old European cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.30 carat total, suspended from a platinum link chain.
Edwardian Pink Sapphire and Diamond Necklace. This unique and ravishing lavalier necklace dates back almost to the turn-of-the-twentieth century - most probably circa 1910. An exotically designed openwork center section, crafted in 14 karat white gold over 18 karat yellow gold, sparkles with ten old-mine cushion-cut diamonds set in finely milgrained bezels.
Aquamarine necklace & earrings, ca. 1920, D & J. Wellby Ltd., United Kingdom, aquamarines, rose-cut diamonds, platinum, gold, pendant: 6.8 x 2.8 cm, semi-handmade platinum chain: 46 cm, earrings: 3.3 x 1 cm, fitted leather case
NATURAL PEARL, EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1910 The pendant suspending on a natural pearl measuring approximately 8.70 - 12.50 x 18.20mm, supported by a bar brooch set with two cabochon emeralds, embellished by variously-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat white gold, pendant detachable.
Edwardian platinum and diamond necklace. It has the lovely, intricate garland look that Edwardian jewelry is known for, and also incorporates a surprising touch of enamel. This particular piece is not by Cartier, but the renowned jewelry house popularized the garland style, using laurel leaves, flowers, ribbons and bows to create light, delicate designs resembling lace.
A sapphire, diamond and pearl pendant pendant/brooch, the central cushion shaped sapphire, estimated to weigh 3.44 carats, in a raised collet setting, within a surround of eight cut diamonds, to a decorative openwork surround and a ribbon bow surmount set throughout with old cut and eight cut diamonds and pearls, suspended below is a pearl within an eight cut diamond set pear shaped surround, on a fine curb link chain, the pendant 6.8cm long, chain 36cm long