JADEITE, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND CLIP, CARTIER, PARIS, 1930S The open work carved jadeite plaque inset with single-cut diamonds, highlighted with blue translucent enamel, signed Cartier and numbered, French assay and partial maker's marks.
GEM-SET AND DIAMOND CLIP, CARTIER, CIRCA 1930. Of giardinetto design set with carved lapis lazuli, turquoise, tourmaline and cabochon rubies, highlighted with cream enamel, circular and single-cut diamonds, signed Cartier and numbered.
ART DECO CARVED JADE, ONYX AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CARTIER, PARIS, CIRCA 1925 The jadeite ring carved in a floral motif, decorated at the top with a scroll of black onyx baguettes bordered by single-cut diamonds, the base accented with 3 small old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed Cartier, Paris, numbered L665, maker's mark, assay marks. With signed box.
18 KARAT GOLD, MALACHITE, ONYX AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CARTIER, FRANCE The hexagon-shaped malachite frame bordered by onyx, the top set with baguette diamonds weighing approximately 1.20 carats, signed Cartier, numbered 26590 and 203, with French assay and indistinct workshop marks.
An Art Deco Obi-sash clip 'The Yaguruma', by Mikimoto, Japan, 1930s. The clip with interchangeable settings in 12 different forms, attracted crowds at the Paris Expo in 1937. Its unique design was a breakthrough in multi-functional jewellery. Sold in Paris, it disappeared from public view, then reappeared at an auction in New York in 1989. It was purchased by Mikimoto Pearl Island where it remains today. #Mikimoto #ArtDeco #clip
A DELICATE DIAMOND LAPEL WATCH, BY CARTIER The case decorated with a central motif of entwined rose-cut diamond lines within twin borders, the reverse with an oval-shaped silvered dial and Roman numerals, suspended by rose-cut diamond stylised buckle links with black satin ribbon backing, circa 1920
Platinum diamond and emerald brooch of a shrine. The architecture, which is entirely carried out in diamonds of various cuts - circular, emerald, baton - culminating in the trapezoid shaped stones at the apex of the roof, encloses a carved emerald Buddhist divinity raised up on steps. C.1927.