Coral, green onyx, diamond, sapphire, and gold‘Maltese Cross Coral Brooch’ (circa 1964).
DAVID WEBB Diamond, White and Gray Pearl Pin
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A THREE-STRAND RUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY DAVID WEBB Each strand composed of graduated ruby beads, the front spaced by circular-cut diamond and gold rondelles, joined by a circular-cut diamond and cabochon ruby floret clasp, mounted in 18k gold
Silver and gold ruby heart weeping diamond tears, encircled by an emerald crown of thorns surmounted by ruby flames and a diamond cross Portuguese, c. 1780
AN ELEGANT JADEITE AND DIAMOND BAMBOO BROOCH.
Inshiniya of the Order of Christ. Rococco c 1780, Portugal, gold, silver, diamond, ruby, emerald. The Order of Christ founded 1532 as the prestigious rank of Portugal, which was intended to involve the authority dedicated to the royal family with limited to Roman Catholics.
The front of the cross is set with table cut diamonds in plain gold rimmed settings, and where the arms and upright meet at the centre there are stylised enamelled lilies, echoing those at the four extremities. The back is enamelled with a pattern of flowers and leaves in colours on a white ground. Spain or Austria, c. 1620. Click for source and additional commentary by Diana Scarisbrick
GOLD, ENAMEL AND OPAL BROOCH, LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY, CIRCA 1910. Centring on a black opal within a textured surround of fruiting vine leaves decorated with blue and green enamel, accented with circular-cut sapphires and green garnets, signed Tiffany & Co.