A gold, enamel and moonstone cameo pendant, by Carlo Giuliano, circa 1865 The oval moonstone cameo depicting an idealised portrait bust of Mary Queen of Scots, within a pierced gold frame of ropetwist and beaded decoration, with green enamel inverted heart motifs and black enamel dots.
A 19th century French gold and enamel hardstone cameo pendant, by Froment-Maurice The oval agate cameo carved to depict the profile head of an African, within green guilloché enamel border and scroll corner motifs, circa 1890, detachable pendant fitting, later fitted case The reverse signed Froment-Meurice
Gold, black and white enamel and demantoid garnet necklace, hung with an oriental grey pearl. Anthemion (honeysuckle) motifs clasp the three rows at the front of the necklace and fasten them at the sides to the single row at the back. Throughout, graduated damantoid garnets in beaded gold settings alternate with openwork links enamelled black and white. Signed C & AG, for Carlo and Arthur Giuliano, on the back of the clasp behind. English, c. 1900.
A pair of art deco diamond onyx carnelian pendent earrings, circa 1925 Each rose-cut diamond crescent suspending articulated black enamel and rose-cut diamond columns, terminating with a coral drop, length 5.5cm.