An Edwardian 18 karat gold and platinum dress set with moonstones and diamonds. The set has 7 cabochon moonstones with an approximate total weight of 4.10 carats and 86 rose-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .45 carat. The classically-designed cluster cuff links are double-sided with clasped chain connections. The 3 cluster dress studs have gold folding wing backs. Similar pictured in Cuff Links, by Susan Jonas and Marilyn Nissenson, Harry N. Abrams, 1991, page 50 (similar).
An American Late-19th Century 14 karat gold pendant with moonstone and rubies. The pendant has a cabochon moonstone with an approximate total weight of 14.30 carats, and 12 cabochon rubies with an approximate total weight of 1.20 carats. With 14 karat gold 32" antique chain.
A Victorian 15 karat gold brooch with moonstones, diamonds and rubies. The coupled heart-shaped moonstones are each framed by a bright ring of alternating round-cut diamonds and rubies, and topped with a flowing diamond and ruby ribbon tied in a bow. The brooch''s 23 old mine-cut diamonds have an approximate total weight of .70 carats, and the 25 old European-cut rubies have an approximate total weight of 1.07 carats.
A pair of Art Deco moonstone and gem-set cuff links. Each cuff link is designed as a carved moonstone scarab with circular-cut emerald markings and ruby eyes, joined by trace link chain to rounded bars, with 2 rubies having an approximate total weight of .08 carat and 30 emerald accents with the approximate total weight of .60 carat. Mounted in 18 and 14 karat gold .
Dimensions: 1/2'''' length x 1/4'''' width x 1/4'''' depth
A contemporary platinum, 18 karat white gold, moonstone, sapphire and diamond long chain. Composed of 69 cabochon moonstones, approximate total weight 248 carats, interspersed with cabochon sapphires, approximate total weight 117 carats, and 49 sapphire beads, approximate total weight 55 carats, all mounted in platinum and joined by trace link chain, further highlighted by 7 pave-set round brilliant-cut diamond and sapphire boules.
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