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Pierre Sterlé Mid-20th Century Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Brooch

A French Mid-20th Century platinum and 18 karat white gold brooch with diamonds and pearls by Pierre Sterlé. The brooch contains 300 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 8.50 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. There are 3 articulated South Sea pearls measuring 13.5 mm, 13.3 mm and 12.5 mm finishing the bottom. The brooch is designed as a tied bow composed of chevron-set diamond ribbons finished with the 3 diamond-capped South Sea pearls. A similar brooch is pictured in Sterlé Joaillier Paris, by Viviane Jutheau, Editions Vecteurs, 1990, Plate 1273.

Pierre Sterlé Mid-20th Century Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Brooch

Sterlé Paris Mid-20th Century Diamond, Natural Pearl and Gold Ring

A French Mid-20th Century 18 karat white gold ring with diamonds and natural pearl by Pierre Sterlé. The ring has 90 round diamonds with an approximate total weight of 2.00 carats, and a natural pearl measuring 8.35 mm carats. The ring is designed as a dimensional swirl culminating with the natural pearl.

Sterlé Paris Mid-20th Century Diamond, Natural Pearl and Gold Ring

Art Nouveau Patinated Bronze Figural Sculpture by Ségoffin

A French Art Nouveau patinated bronze figural sculpture, depicting a dancer with scarves and cymbals by Victor Ségoffin (1867-1925). Born in Toulouse, educated at Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Louis-Ernest Barrias and Pierre-Jules Cavelier, Segoffin won the Prix de Rome for sculpture in 1897.

Art Nouveau Patinated Bronze Figural Sculpture by Ségoffin

Sterlé Diamond and Platinum Double Clip/Brooch

A pair of French Mid-20th Century platinum double clips/brooches with diamonds by Pierre Sterlé. The pair of double clips/brooches have 140 round-cut and 118 rectangular-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 27.30 carats. They have a G/H color and VS clarity grade. Illustrated in Sterlé Joaillier Paris, by Viviane Jutheau, 1990, in ''Les Broches'' section.

Sterlé Diamond and Platinum Double Clip/Brooch

Art Nouveau Hair Comb featuring Carved Horn by Elizabeth Bonté.

A French Art Nouveau hair comb with carved horn by Elizabeth Bonté. The hair comb features two cicadas in carved horn amidst foliage. The comb has five teeth. Elizabeth Bonté was an Art Nouveau designer educated at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and an acknowledged master of unusual and beautiful organic materials in jewels. She was an early proponent of the use of horn, a light and pliable but extraordinarily difficult material that, once mastered, could be tinted, molded and given a skin-like patina. Here the horn has been carved, shaped and colored to represent a pair of cicadas perched among fruiting olive branches and leaves. For years, Bonté''s main rival was a man, Georges Pierre, who ultimately joined her studio. They combined forces, collaborating until 1936.

Art Nouveau Hair Comb featuring Carved Horn by Elizabeth Bonté.