A pair of diamond pendeloque earrings, circa 1810 Each cushion-shaped diamond cluster surmount suspending a diamond-set ribbon bow motif, terminating in a cushion-shaped diamond pendant, within a drop-shaped border of smaller cushion-shaped diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, the smaller diamonds in closed-back settings, diamonds approximately 8.90 carats total, later screw fittings, cased by S J Phillips
A pair of early 19th century fire opal and diamond earrings Each formed as a cushion-cut fire opal suspending an articulated drop set with a pear-cut fire opal, all surrounded by rose-cut diamonds, mounted in silver on gold, length 42mm, later screw back fittings, the fire opals estimated to weigh approximately 3.87cts, 3.58cts, 4.84cts and 3.96cts, to a case retailed by A. Marx, London
A pair of Art Deco cultured pearl, emerald and diamond ear clips, 1930s and later. Each pear-shaped diamond swing-set within a frame of baguette diamonds and cultured pearls, the surmounts set with cabochon emeralds, screw back fittings. #ArtDeco #earrings
Art Deco Diamond earclips, by Cartier, ca 1910. Each designed as a graduated series of open work circular motifs, millegrain-set with circular-, single-cut, & rose diamonds, signed Cartier, later modifications, screw back fittings.