An early 20th century diamond, emerald and pearl pendant/brooch, circa 1910 The brooch surmount composed of a diamond-set double ribbon-bow motif with central triangular-cut emerald accent, suspending an oval pendant centred by an 8.8mm. bouton-shaped pearl, within borders of calibré-cut emeralds and collet mounted old brilliant-cut diamonds principal diamonds approx. 0.60ct. total, length 6.0cm.
vibrant rubellite earrings combine the linear shapes of the emerald cut with the flowing movements of the oval cut. The double row of brilliant diamonds on the angular stone sets it apart from the single row design of the rounder gems. This piece reflects added dimension and a contemporized flair from the elegant Deco era. Robert Procop
Art Nouveau brooch in 18ct yellow gold symmetrically designed with a central aquamarine panel suspending a large aquamarine drop inbetween two green tourmalines within enamelled oval forms with diamond detailing Georges Fouquet, Paris circa 1901