Wrapped in Love Diamond Linked Pendant Necklace (3 ct. t.w.) in 14k White Gold

Wrapped in Love Diamond Linked Pendant Necklace (3 ct. t.w.) in 14k White Gold

The Napoleon necklace was a gift from Emperor Napoleon I to his second wife, Marie-Louise in 1811.  It  consists of 234 diamonds: 28 oval and cushion-cut diamonds, suspending a fringe of 19 briolette-cut oval and pear shaped diamonds and accented by small, round diamonds and diamond set motifs.

The Napoleon necklace was a gift from Emperor Napoleon I to his second wife, Marie-Louise in 1811. It consists of 234 diamonds: 28 oval and cushion-cut diamonds, suspending a fringe of 19 briolette-cut oval and pear shaped diamonds and accented by small, round diamonds and diamond set motifs.

A Belle Epoque diamond and seed pearl pendant necklace  The cross pendant with old brilliant-cut diamond centre to openwork flared arms set with old brilliant-cut diamonds, to a ruby and diamond-set surmount and seed pearl fancy-link neck chain, circa 1920, pendant 9.0cm long

A Belle Epoque diamond and seed pearl pendant necklace The cross pendant with old brilliant-cut diamond centre to openwork flared arms set with old brilliant-cut diamonds, to a ruby and diamond-set surmount and seed pearl fancy-link neck chain, circa 1920, pendant 9.0cm long

Art Deco Platinum, Sapphire, and Diamond Pendant Watch, Dreicer & Co., the white geometric dial with Roman numeral indicators enclosing 18-jewel A. Leschot movement no. 5785, the case set with a marquise and old single-cut diamond melee, and calibre-cut sapphires, millegrain accents, lg. 2 in., signed on the dial, and suspended from later sterling silver chain.

Art Deco Platinum, Sapphire, and Diamond Pendant Watch, Dreicer & Co., the white geometric dial with Roman numeral indicators enclosing 18-jewel A. Leschot movement no. 5785, the case set with a marquise and old single-cut diamond melee, and calibre-cut sapphires, millegrain accents, lg. 2 in., signed on the dial, and suspended from later sterling silver chain.

This 76.45-carat diamond gets its name from from Archduke Joseph August (1872-1962), a previous owner of the gem and a prince of the Hungarian line of the Hapsburg dynasty.

This 76.45-carat diamond gets its name from from Archduke Joseph August (1872-1962), a previous owner of the gem and a prince of the Hungarian line of the Hapsburg dynasty.

@the_diamonds_girl IT'S A WORK OF HEART!!!! @kamyenjewellery necklace???? whose statement diamond necklaces have stolen my heart!!!

@the_diamonds_girl IT'S A WORK OF HEART!!!! @kamyenjewellery necklace???? whose statement diamond necklaces have stolen my heart!!!

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