A pair of American 18 karat gold earrings with sapphires, rubies and emeralds by David Webb. The earrings have 8 cabochon sapphires with an approximate total weight of 2.40 carats, 4 rubies with an approximate total weight of 1.60 carats, and 2 emeralds with an approximate total weight of 1.50 carats. The earrings illustrate the genius of Webb in his use of vivid color, volume, and invention of high late-20th Century design. Discussed in David Webb The Quintessential American Jeweler, by Ruth Peltason, Assouline, 2013.
A pair of British Early 21st-Century 18 karat gold earrings with diamonds and emeralds by Graff. The compressed gold hoops feature 10 cabochon emeralds with an approximate total weight of 5.8 carats and are studded with an additional 78 VS clarity, G/H color round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 4.7 carats.
A pair of French Mid-20th Century 18 karat gold earrings with diamonds and emeralds by Van Cleef & Arpels. The earrings feature a cluster of round-cut diamonds, each framed by delicate twisted rope design in gold, arranged in a raised boule shape, accented, as a fresh bloom would be, by three pointed leaves comprised of the same twisted rope design in gold and square-cut emeralds. The earrings have 34 diamonds with an approximate total weight of 5.30 carats and 30 emeralds with an approximate total weight of 1.10 carats.
A pair of modern platinum earrings with two emerald-cut diamonds dropped from two oval-cut diamonds, by Kaufmann de Suisse. The earrings have 2 emerald-cut diamonds that each weigh 3.20 carats with an E color and VVS-2 clarity grade and 3.06 carats with an E color and VS-1 clarity grade. They are set with 2 oval brilliant-cut diamonds that each weigh .90 carat and .85 carat. They have an approximate color grade of E-F and VS clarity grade. The emerald-cut diamonds each have certificates from the Gemological Institute of America #5647929 and #15174507.
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