An Art Deco 18k white gold, diamond and sapphire ring. In the shape of a closed dragonfly with one bezel set round cabochon sapphire and five descending round bezel set diamonds surrounded by pave set diamonds and outlined by 44 bezel-set baguette sapphires weighing approximately 1.00 carat. Total weight of 46 diamonds approximately 2.00 carats.
A Victorian opal, diamond and ruby salamander brooch, late 19th century. The sinuous body set throughout with opal cabochons, accented by old mine-cut diamonds, with ruby cabochon eyes and nose; accompanied by a fitted case by Carrington & Co., Regent St., London; mounted in silver-topped gold; length: 4 1/4in.
A pair of art deco jade, diamond and onyx pendent earrings, circa 1925 Each circular cabochon jade surmount suspending a pendant of calibré-cut onyx highlighted to the centre with single-cut diamonds, terminating with a carved jade drop with a rose-cut diamond set cap, length 6.5cm., cased by Spink & Son
Chaumet bracelet in white gold set with a 39.05ct cabochon-cut white opal from Ethiopia, brilliant-cut diamonds, and oval-cut violet sapphires from Ceylon and Madagascar and round violet sapphires. From the Lumieres d’Eau high jewellery collection.
Gold Ring ca.1350. Medieval jewellery. Until the late 14th century, gems were usually polished rather than cut. The jewellery worn in medieval Europe reflected an intensely hierarchical and status-conscious society. Colour provided by precious gems and enamel and protective power were highly valued.
de GRISOGONO's spectacular amethyst ring in white gold, from the Melody of Colours collection, set with one cabochon amethyst, 231 amethysts, 26 white diamonds,17 emeralds, 23 peridots and 112 pink sapphires.