Gem set and cultured pearl necklace, Cartier: Set with a plaque of Indian inspiration, decorated with variously shaped rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, on a cultured pearl necklace accented with gold rondelles and brilliant-cut diamonds, length approximately 360mm, signed Cartier, numbered, French assay and maker's marks.
The Queen's Eighteenth Birthday Bracelet - For her eighteenth birthday, in 1944, the King gave Princess Elizabeth this unusual Cartier linked bracelet of square-cut sapphires interspersed with baguette diamonds and ending in diamond loops joined by arcs of baguette diamonds.
FROM THE ESTATE OF THE LATE GUNTHER SACHS Gem set and diamond demi-parure, "Tutti Frutti", Cartier Comprising: a necklace and a bracelet, the necklace designed as a series of carved emeralds and sapphires, accented with cabochon rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, some of yellowish tint, the bracelet of matching design
Gem set and diamond pendant/watch, Cartier, 1900s and later. The reverse of the rock-crystal, carved jadeite and rose diamond pendant set with a watch face applied with Roman numerals, to a later chain accented with seed pearls, faceted onyx and rock crystal spacers, watch face signed Cartier, numbered, French assay marks and partial maker's mark. #Cartier #pendant #watch
Giardinetti Necklace, c. 1760, gold, silver, diaminds, emeralds, rubies, The giardinetti jewel of which this necklace is an important example demonstrates that passion for colour and flowers characteristic of the eighteenth century decorative arts was not reserved for ceramics and textiles but was also expressed in jewellery. Worn like a garland round the neck the flowers would add a festive note to the toilette of the woman who wore it, and delight the eyes of all who saw her.