A board full of jewelry and gems honoring March's birthstone.
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.
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 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 cat's eye aquamarine and diamond pendant necklace A central circular cabochon cat's eye aquamarine, weighing 86.71 carats, within a rose-cut diamond surround, suspended from a trace-link chain set at intervals along the length with faceted beads spacers, mounted in white gold, aquamarine diameter 2.9cm, chain length 44.5cm.
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
A unique and enchanting late Victorian bracelet featuring ten prong-set aquamarines totaling 27.00 carats, delicately linked together and each dotted with four demantoid garnets. This rare and exceptional nineteenth-century bracelet has a box clasp and measures 5/8 inch wide by 6 1/2 inches long. Silver over 9K yellow gold, hence most likely of British origin.
Edwardian Aquamarine Necklace They don't come much sweeter than this light and airy, fanciful and feminine antique aquamarine, seed pearl and diamond pendant necklace, finely hand-crafted in platinum over 15 karat rose gold (hence most likely of British origin), circa 1900. Consummate Edwardiana. 1 and 1/8 inches (sans matching pearl bail) by 11/16 inch.