An Italian Mid-20th Century 18 karat polished white and yellow gold bangle bracelet with sapphire, ruby and emerald by Bulgari. The open-back flexible bracelet has 1 cabochon sapphire with an approximate total weight of 2.83 carats, 1 cabochon ruby with an approximate total weight of 3.24 carats, and 1 cabochon emerald with an approximate total weight of 1.84 carats. All three stones are bezel-set in the flexible sectioned bangle. As Mascetti and Triossi note in Bulgari, "...cabochons successfully render the volume or "cupola" effect of the jewel, which is further enhanced by their setting. These are never spiky claws but rounded and smooth collets which enhance the overall rounded shapes of the design." Discussed in Bulgari, by Daniela Mascetti and Amanda Triossi, Abbeville Press Publishers, 1996, page 165-166.
An Italian Mid-20th Century platinum brooch with diamonds by Bulgari. The brooch has 24 baguette and 156 round diamonds with an approximate total weight of 10.0 carats, D/E color, VS clarity. The brooch is designed in a dimensional leaf motif.
An Italian Estate 18 karat gold ring with diamonds by Bulgari. The ring centers on an emerald-cut diamond, 4.01 carats, H color, VS-2 clarity. The architectural setting has 50 baguette-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 2.80 carats. Gemological Institute of America, certificate #2185558564. The center diamond has had minor polishing; the GIA certified weight is 4.01 carats, H color, VS-2 clarity.
A Mid-20th Century 18 karat polished gold brooch with diamonds by Bulgari. The brooch has 90 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 6.50 carats H/I color, VS clarity. The dimensional, openwork brooch is designed in a floral motif.
A pair of Italian steel and 18 karat gold "Tubogas" earrings each with a bezel-set sugar loaf cabochon rubellite tourmaline, by Bulgari. "The working of tubogas in steel, due to its low malleability, proved to be very difficult and arduous and therefore more expensive than gold." -- Between Eternity and History Bulgari from 1884 to 2009 , by Amanda Triossi, Skira, 2009Similar pictured in Between Eternity and History Bulgari from 1884 to 2009 , by Amanda Triossi, Skira, 2009, page 184-193.
An Italian Early-21st Century platinum ring with diamonds and emerald by Bulgari. This ring centers on a Colombian emerald-cut emerald with an approximate weight of 2.60 carats. It measures approximately 9.80 mm by 9.18 mm by 4.15 mm. Insignificant to minor traditional treatment. The setting is designed with 66 round-cut and 10 baguette-cut diamonds that have the approximate total weight of 3.15 carats. American Gemological Report 1083510 Colombian minor clarity treatment.
An Italian Mid-20th Century 18 karat gold brooch with diamonds by Bulgari. The brooch has 87 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 6.50 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. The brooch is designed in an openwork dimensional swirl motif.
A pair of Italian late-20th century 18 karat gold earrings with rubies and diamonds by Bulgari. Both the elegantly petite tops and the substantial drops of these earrings feature a hexagonal ruby of exceptional color framed by two plaques of brilliant-cut diamonds. The two major segments of the earring are joined by a stylized curb link also accented with white brilliant-cut diamonds, beautifully marrying the three design elements of the piece. The 2 larger rubies have the approximate total weight of 5.00 carats and the 2 smaller rubies have the approximate total weight 1.70 carats. The 90 round-cut diamonds have the approximate total weight of 1.60 carats.
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