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Antique Moonstone and Diamond Dress Set

An Edwardian 18 karat gold and platinum dress set with moonstones and diamonds. The set has 7 cabochon moonstones with an approximate total weight of 4.10 carats and 86 rose-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .45 carat. The classically-designed cluster cuff links are double-sided with clasped chain connections. The 3 cluster dress studs have gold folding wing backs. Similar pictured in Cuff Links, by Susan Jonas and Marilyn Nissenson, Harry N. Abrams, 1991, page 50 (similar).

Antique Moonstone and Diamond Dress Set

Antique Demantoid Garnet, Diamond, Gold and Platinum Grasshopper Brooch

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.

Antique Demantoid Garnet, Diamond, Gold and Platinum Grasshopper Brooch

Gold and Platinum Maple Leaf Brooch with Diamonds

An Antique 18 karat gold and platinum-topped gold brooch with diamonds. The open maple leaf motif has delicate diamond accents down the center stem, and three stunning round old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 0.95 carats hanging dynamically from the piece. The 30 rose-cut diamonds have an approximate total weight of .30 carat.

Gold and Platinum Maple Leaf Brooch with Diamonds

Edwardian Diamond Drop Earrings

A pair of Antique platinum drop earrings with diamonds. The earrings have a delicate graduating drop of four stones and a delicate downward-facing leaf motif garnishing the top of a dramatic tear drop housing a 2.00 carat old European-cut diamond. The earrings have approximately 5.5 carats of diamonds in total. Try

Edwardian Diamond Drop Earrings

Edwardian Ring featuring Pearls and Diamonds

An Edwardian ring featuring two pearls and 22 diamonds set in platinum, with an 18 karat gold shank. The two pearls, which stack up the finger, are elegantly framed by a naturalistic motif echoing the form of a clover made of pear-cut diamonds. The ring is further accented by leaf-like scroll forms studded with old European-cut stones in refined Edwardian brilliance. The diamonds have an approximate total weight of 1.5 carats.

Edwardian Ring featuring Pearls and Diamonds

French Edwardian Pink Sapphire, Diamond and Platinum Ring

A French Belle Epoque pink sapphire and diamond ring set in platinum. The classic cluster ring centers on an oval Ceylon pink sapphire weighing 3.87 carats, surrounded by 11 old mine-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.32 carats. French control mark. American Gemological Laboratory certificate # CS 64359 stating that the center stone is natural corundum pink sapphire from Ceylon; low temperature heating. Provenance: Lucie Bigelow Rosen

French Edwardian Pink Sapphire, Diamond and Platinum Ring

Belle Epoque Garnet, Blue Sapphire, Golden Sapphire, Diamond, Platinum and Gold Lavaliere

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.

Belle Epoque Garnet, Blue Sapphire, Golden Sapphire, Diamond, Platinum and Gold Lavaliere

Chaumet Paris Belle Epoque Diamond and Platinum Festoon Necklace

A French Belle Epoque platinum-topped gold necklace with diamonds by Chaumet. The necklace has old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 68 carats, H-I-J color, VS/SI clarity. The necklace is designed as a graduated double festoon. The center stone weighs approximately 2.50 carats, with the remaining stones graduating to .20 carat. The house of Chaumet was founded in 1780 by Marie-Etiene Nitot as Nitot et fils. Nitot had begun his career working with Auber, jeweler to Queen Marie-Antoinette. An aristocratic clientele was soon to follow him to his new workshop. A reputation as the "jeweler of the tiara" was earned in those early commissions when Nitot created the coronation crown for Napoleon. Napoleon wanted to make his family transcendent and saw jewels as the true symbol of power to be used in displaying his kingly authority. Empress Josephine appeared at the coronation resplendent in a tiara created for her by Nitot, and so it began. A similar festoon necklace is pictured in Chaumet Paris, by Roselyne Hurel and Diana Scarisbrick, Paris musées, 1998, page 95, Plate 128.

Chaumet Paris Belle Epoque Diamond and Platinum Festoon Necklace