10 Fun Facts About Aquamarine
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An aquamarine and pearl necklace and ear pendant suite | Phillips
An aquamarine and pearl necklace The oval mixed-cut aquamarine, weighing approximately 65.00 to 70.00 carats, claw-set within a scalloped half-pearl and light blue enamel frame to a similarly set surmount and suspended from a similar blue enamel baton-link chain, necklace length 46 cm, pendant length 5.7 cm.
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Art Nouveau Aquamarine and Diamond Ring
Art Nouveau Aquamarine and Diamond Ring. This stunning and sizable early-twentieth century dinner ring, crafted in platinum over yellow gold with a white gold ring shank, combines Art Nouveau grace and Arts & Crafts artistry to create a singular beauty. A placid pale-blue elongated oval aquamarine floats inside a fanciful and feminine openwork frame accented with twinkling diamond crescents and a pair of golden flowers.
An aquamarine, diamond and eighteen karat white gold bracelet
An aquamarine, diamond and eighteen karat white gold bracelet the flexible bracelet designed in a stylized fan motif, set with circular and pear-shaped aquamarines, framed by round brilliant-cut diamonds; aquamarines weighing a total of 48.78 carats; length: 7in.
An Edwardian aquamarine and diamond pendant
An Edwardian aquamarine and diamond pendant The circular-cut aquamarine within an openwork frame, suspending knife-wire bars with rose-cut diamond accents, terminating in a pear-cut aquamarine within a similar openwork frame, the trace-link chain with pear-cut aquamarine and rose-cut diamond highlights, necklace length 42cm, drop length 42mm, to a fitted case retailed by Brook & Son, Edinburgh
A belle époque aquamarine and diamond pendant necklace,
A belle époque aquamarine and diamond pendant necklace, circa 1905 The finely pierced plaque with foliate and scrolling detail, millegrain-set throughout with single-cut diamonds, and set to the centre with a cushion-shaped aquamarine, suspended from an old brilliant-cut diamond triangular-shaped surmount, to a fancy-link chain, interspersed to the front with trios of similarly-cut diamonds in hexagonal collet-settings