A late Edwardian platinum brooch with diamonds and onyx. The brooch has milgrain-set old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 6.50 carats, H/I color grade, VS clarity, with baguette-cut onyx accents. The brooch is designed as a poppy blossom with articulated diamond-set knife-edge bars. With detachable brooch fitting.
An Art Deco platinum brooch with onyx and diamonds. The brooch has 82 calibre-cut onyx stones with an approximate total weight of .40 carat, and 49 Old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.45 carats. The brooch is designed as a dimensional tied ribbon bow with an open work gallery in a stylized Art Deco motif.
An Art Deco plaque platinum brooch with emeralds, rubies, sapphires and diamonds around a central window with a rock crystal bottom on which pheasant and vegetal forms stand out as glycine. The plant forms and the bird are made with emeralds, rubies yellow and blue sapphires and calibrated rubies. These are based on a pavé of diamonds, with the window framed in an oval of diamonds with chatons and a fan at the bottom. The sides of the brooch are made with rubies, emerald and faceted onyx sapphires and set in cells, each one of them in a unique way, simulating a stained glass window. Vegetal forms of diamonds are applied on it. Approximate total weight of diamonds: 4.80 carats. Total approximate weight of colored stones: 4.00 carats.
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