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
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.