A pair of Antique natural pearl and diamond earrings . Each earring centering a natural pearl measuring approximately 8.9 x 7.5 x 6.1 mm and 8.8 x 8.3 x 7.0 mm, framed by 10 old mine-cut diamonds, total approximate diamond weight 5.00 carats, mounted in platinum-topped gold.Together with a GIA laboratory certificate stating that the pearls are natural.
A pair of Victorian 14 karat gold and silver earrings with turquoise and pearls. The earrings each have a center row of 7 turquoise cabochons framed with 10 freshwater pearls and an articulated gold bead hanging from a decorative back.
A French Art Nouveau 18 karat gold pendant locket with mother-of-pearl and diamond. The oval pendant locket designed with baroque mother-of-pearl plaques among swirling seaweed with subtle chased detail, two old mine-cut diamond highlights, approximate total weight 0.16 carats, swiveling open to a locket compartment, suspended from a conforming 14 karat gold chain of oval and circular trace links highlighted by seed pearls (28 inch chain of later manufacture).Note: This work strongly resembles that of Edouard Colonna, a restless, influential, still mysterious Art Nouveau designer, master of a variety of artistic media. His rich and interesting early career was spent in the United States, where he quickly found a position with Louis Comfort Tiffany''s "Associated Artists" interior design firm. While in the U.S. and Canada, Colonna created design books, later viewed as anticipating the decorative language of the Art Nouveau movement. The design volumes drew influences from sources as diverse as broom-corn and other botanical subjects to funerary sculpture from Ravenna. The acme of his career, from 1898-1902, was spent in Paris at L''Art Nouveau Gallery of Siegfried Bing, for whom Colonna designed a salon at the 1900 World Exposition. In a burst of creative energy, Colonna also produced elegant, quietly sensuous jewels integrating highly stylized botanical motifs, which won critical acclaim. Many of the jewels were executed at Bing''s Paris workshop.
A pair of Art Deco platinum earrings with diamonds, amethysts and natural pearl tassels. The natural pearl tassel earrings are topped with 4 amethyst beads and 112 Old European-cut diamond-studded roundels that have the approximate total of 1.64 carats. The rich color of the amethyst is offset beautifully in this piece by the luster of the natural pearls, as the architectural heads of the earrings are complemented by the movement of the lower tassels.
A pair of American Art Deco 14 karat gold and platinum cuff links with mother of pearl and pearl by Carrington & Company. The cuff links are made of mother of pearl disks with a 2mm cultured pearl set in the center framed in engine turned platinum. Double-sided. Made by Carrington & Company, Newark, NJ. Four Swank dress studs are included in this set.
A pair of French Late-20th Century 18 karat gold earrings with pearls and diamonds by Cartier. The earrings each center on an 8 mm Japanese cultured pearl, surrounded by a total of 74 round brilliant-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 2.5 carats.
A pair of modern Fiorella earrings by Neha Dani. These titanium earrings are comprised of two significant hanging bouquets of delicately twisting and unfurling bronze-colored blooms, interspersed with 18 freshwater pearls and 20 round-cut diamonds that have the total weight of 54 carat. They have a VS clarity and F/G color grade.
A pair of modern Orabella earrings by Neha Dani. The earrings feature two large grey Tahitian baroque pearl drops, topped with diamond-studded asymmetrical blooms in 18 karat white gold and rhodium plating. The earrings have 276 white round full-cut diamonds that weigh 1.43 carats and 6 rose-cut diamonds that weigh .52 carat. The diamonds have a VVS clarity and F/G color grade.
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