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Description from 1stdibs: “The "Pomegranate Heart” was designed by Dali in the 1950’s with rubies and diamonds. This example was fabricated by Henryk Kaston who made all of Dali’s jewelry from 1980 to 1990. The stones include 17 pear shaped and oval cabochon cut rubies, for a total weight of 6.44 carats. The brooch is further highlighted by 63 full cut round diamonds for a total weight of .63 carats. The brooch is signed Dali by Kaston.“ 1stdibs.com

Description from 1stdibs: “The "Pomegranate Heart” was designed by Dali in the 1950’s with rubies and diamonds. This example was fabricated by Henryk Kaston who made all of Dali’s jewelry from 1980 to 1990. The stones include 17 pear shaped and oval cabochon cut rubies, for a total weight of 6.44 carats. The brooch is further highlighted by 63 full cut round diamonds for a total weight of .63 carats. The brooch is signed Dali by Kaston.“ 1stdibs.com

Pomegranate Heart  Salvador Dali  “The “Pomegranate Heart” was designed by Dali in the 1950’s with rubies and diamonds. This example was fabricated by Henryk Kaston who made all of Dali’s jewelry from 1980 to 1990. The stones include 17 pear shaped and oval cabochon cut rubies, for a total weight of 6.44 carats. The brooch is further highlighted by 63 full cut round diamonds for a total weight of .63 carats.

Pomegranate Heart Salvador Dali “The “Pomegranate Heart” was designed by Dali in the 1950’s with rubies and diamonds. This example was fabricated by Henryk Kaston who made all of Dali’s jewelry from 1980 to 1990. The stones include 17 pear shaped and oval cabochon cut rubies, for a total weight of 6.44 carats. The brooch is further highlighted by 63 full cut round diamonds for a total weight of .63 carats.

Brooch | Designer ?  Green and red enamel, garnets and sold.   c. 1830.  | The brooch originally belonged to Victoria, Duchess of Kent, who on her death in 1861 left her jewellery to her daughter, Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria subsequently gave the brooch to her third daughter Helena, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, as a present on her 24th birthday in 1870.

Brooch | Designer ? Green and red enamel, garnets and sold. c. 1830. | The brooch originally belonged to Victoria, Duchess of Kent, who on her death in 1861 left her jewellery to her daughter, Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria subsequently gave the brooch to her third daughter Helena, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, as a present on her 24th birthday in 1870.

SALVADOR DALI - THE EYE OF TIME   © Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation

SALVADOR DALI - THE EYE OF TIME © Gala-Salvador Dali Foundation

18 Karat Gold and Diamond Cuff Bracelet, Buccellati.  Round diamonds weighing approximately 8.00 carats, mounted in 18 karat white and yellow gold, internal circumference 6¾ inches, signed M. Buccellati, Italy. $40,625.00

18 Karat Gold and Diamond Cuff Bracelet, Buccellati. Round diamonds weighing approximately 8.00 carats, mounted in 18 karat white and yellow gold, internal circumference 6¾ inches, signed M. Buccellati, Italy. $40,625.00

Veritas vincit, Salvador Dali, 1953, 18 karat yellow gold, natural rubies, diamonds, pearls, lapis lazuli. Vintage jewelry x

Veritas vincit, Salvador Dali, 1953, 18 karat yellow gold, natural rubies, diamonds, pearls, lapis lazuli. Vintage jewelry x

Spoon Earrings at Sotheby's Diamonds  Steel is a common but noble material. Each centering a round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing a total of 4.05 carats, with additional pavé set diamonds. Mounted in platinum and steel.

Spoon Earrings at Sotheby's Diamonds Steel is a common but noble material. Each centering a round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing a total of 4.05 carats, with additional pavé set diamonds. Mounted in platinum and steel.

Ruby and diamond "Honeycomb Heart" brooch and matching earrings sold at Sotheby's in 2006

Ruby and diamond "Honeycomb Heart" brooch and matching earrings sold at Sotheby's in 2006

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