Let’s enjoy one last ruby jewel before July, the ruby month, is over. This unique Art Deco ring made in France around 1930 and now offered by Tadema Gallery features 5 larger white diamonds of 0.25 cts total, sixteen square rubies of approximately 0.35 ct. t.w. and a row of outer diamonds of cca 0.42 cts total. The splendid square-cut stones match the striking rectangular design of this golden treasure and make the ring really stand out. www.diamonds.pro
18k yellow gold pin mounted with ruby jewels to body and diamonds wings. Holds large oval cabochon ruby approx. 28mm x 14.8mm x 9mm set as abdomen. Holds another oval cabochon ruby set as thorax 10.6mm x 7.1mm x 6mm. Also has two small round cabochon rubies set to eyes. Wings and legs adorned with round cut white diamonds approx. 2ctw. Measures Total weight of 1 3/4" length x 1 3/8" width (4.4cm x 3.4cm). Total weight of 10.4dwt / 16.3 grams.
Circa 1915 emerald and diamond brooch/pendant, centrally-set with an old brilliant-cut diamond within an openwork quatrefoil set with alternating rows of calibré-cut emeralds and rose-cut diamonds, accented with circular-cut emerald and single-cut diamond flowers, principal diamond approx. 0.85ct.
An art deco sapphire and diamond clip brooch, by J R Ogden & Sons, circa 1935. The tapering openwork plaque of scrolling design collet-set with graduated oval-cut sapphires, brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 2.85cts total, signed J R Ogden & Sons, length 4.9cm, fitted case
A pair of Art Deco ruby diamond pendant earrings, ca 1925. Each French-cut ruby suspending a tapering articulated drop set with French calibré-cut rubies single-cut diamonds, terminating with a French-cut ruby swing drop, length 4.3cm., fitted case by Johnson Walker Tolhurst.