An Antique 18 karat gold and platinum brooch with demantoid garnets, diamonds and ruby. The brooch has 38 demantoid garnets with an approximate total weight of 1.10 carats, 34 diamonds with an approximate total weight of .60 carat, and a ruby eye. The 3 dimensional grasshopper brooch is positioned in a perched position.
An Antique 15 karat gold lorgnette with diamonds and demantoid garnets. The lorgnette contains 8 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .10 carat, and 4 round-cut demantoid garnets with an approximate total weight of .10 carat. The lorgnette is decorated with dimensional shell and swag elements. Hinged mechanism.
A Belle Epoque platinum and 14 karat gold lavaliere necklace with bezel-set garnet, yellow sapphire, blue sapphire and diamonds. The diamond-set platinum chain necklace suspends a cushion-shape red garnet with an approximate weight of 5.50 carats, an oval blue sapphire with an approximate weight of 5.75 carats, an oval cushion yellow-orange sapphire with an approximate weight of 5.50 carats, and rose and Old European cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.30 carats. With original signed "Peter Rath Munchen" fitted box.
A three-tiered antique necklace comprised of three rows of alternating pink and orange garnets set in elaborately textured gold collets with delicate looping design elements further accenting the stones. From each tier of the necklace hang tear-shaped boulder opal beads that form a stylized, articulated fringe. The piece features 45 round orange garnets and 46 pink garnets, further highlighted by 4 demantoid garnets.
A modern Vruta cuff bracelet by Neha Dani. Inspired by the awesome natural phenomena that is the Aurora Borealis, this bracelet demonstrates beautifully the bold yet sensitive color sense of the celebrated artist who created it. The incredible piece delicately balances an array of dazzling, faceted gemstones with organically shaped rare stones in a unique host form so imbued with movement as to dizzy admiring onlookers. The hinged cuff bracelet centers on a water opal that weighs 18.35 carats, a paraiba tourmaline that weighs 1.94 carats, 3 step-cut diamonds with total weight of 1.58 carats, 161 round-cut diamonds weighing 3.64 carats, 114 rose-cut diamonds with total weight of 3.28 carats, 331 blue sapphires weighing 11.83 carats, 208 purple sapphires with total weight of 6.26 carats, 155 tsavorite garnets weighing 5.23 carats, 154 paraiba rounds with total weight of 4.00 carats. The gemstones are set in titanium, 18 karat gold and colored rhodium.Certificate for water opal and pariba tourmaline.
A modern Vaneesha Queen of the Universe necklace by Neha Dani. Inspired by the awesome natural phenomena that is the Aurora Borealis, this necklace demonstrates beautifully the bold yet sensitive color sense of the celebrated artist who created it. The incredible piece delicately balances an array of dazzling, faceted gemstones with organically shaped rare stones in a unique host form so imbued with movement as to dizzy admiring onlookers. The necklace has 3 water opals that weigh 45.63 carats; 339 round diamonds that weigh 5.58 carats, 124 rose-cut diamonds that weigh 3.84 carats, 4 special-cut diamonds that weigh 1.97 carats. They have a VS clarity and F color grade. In addition, 444 blue sapphires weighing 11.21 carats, 305 purple sapphires that weigh 8.39 carats, 79 tsavorite garnets that weigh 2.19 carats, 130 paraiba tourmalines weighing 2.71 carats, and 3 triangular paraiba cabochons weighing 2.71 carats. The gemstones are set in titanium, 18 karat gold and colored rhodium.Certificate for the 3 water opals and 3 certificates for the paraiba tourmaline.
A pair of Ridhaya Gift Of God earrings by Neha Dani. Inspired by the awesome natural phenomena that is the Aurora Borealis, these earrings demonstrate beautifully the bold yet sensitive color sense of the celebrated artist who created them. The incredible pieces delicately balance an array of dazzling, faceted gemstones with organically shaped rare stones in a unique host form so imbued with movement as to dizzy admiring onlookers. The drop earrings feature 2 water opals that weigh 24.06 carats, 2 paraiba tourmaline oval cabochons weighing 3.06 carats, 4 step-cut diamonds weighing 1.65 carats, 209 round-cut diamonds with a total weight of 2.96 carats, 57 rose-cut diamonds weighing 1.39 carats, 210 blue sapphires with total weight of 6.05 carats, 134 purple sapphires weighing 4.26 carats, 65 tsavorite garnets with total weight of 2.12 carats and 125 paraiba rounds weighing 1.92 carats. These gem stones are set in titanium, 18 karat gold and colored rhodium.
A Louis Comfort Tiffany Art Nouveau 18 and 14 karat gold ring with sapphire and demantoid garnet by Tiffany & Co. Set with a natural-form black opal measuring 14.1 x 12.2 x 4.0 mm, encircled by leafy grape vines, shoulders and shank with conforming leaf and vine motifs, highlighted by 10 circular-cut demantoid garnets and 7 sapphires. Note: The leafy grapevine set with opals was a favored motif in Louis Tiffany''s earliest artistic jewelry, including the prize-winning work he designed in secret for the 1904 St. Louis Exposition. Here, the black opal''s vivid ultramarine and iridescent green flashes are accentuated by the brilliantly colored stones nestling among the leaves. Made most likely in the 1910-1914 period, the ring is the product of Louis''s collaboration with one of two women artisans to whom he entrusted the day-to-day work of the studio, either Julian Munson or Meta Overbeck. The jewels that resulted represent the fruit of one of Louis'' most beloved projects, and he referred to them affectionately as "my little missionaries of art."
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