A pair of Mid-20th Century 14 karat gold and platinum hinged stirrup cuff links with blue sapphires attributed to the famed Beverly Hills jeweler William Ruser. The cuff links feature 8 cabochon blue sapphires, 2 on each end, with an approximate total weight of 1.20 carats.
A Tiffany & Co. platinum Art Deco 5-piece cuff link set with sapphires weighing approximately 2.05 carats. The dress set is designed with diagonal stripes of square-cut sapphires bisecting the square cuff link tops. The cuff links are double-sided with bar connections.
A Retro platinum and blue sapphire dress set consisting of a pair of double-sided cuff links with 3 matching dress studs. There are 72 square-cut blue sapphires with an approximate total weight of 3.75 carats. With box.
A pair of French Mid-20th Century 18 karat gold cuff links with sapphires by Van Cleef & Arpels. The cuff links have 4 cabochon sapphires with an approximate total weight of .40 carat. The box-mounted sapphires are surrounded by heavy twisted gold rope circles. Double sided.
A French Modernist platinum dress clip by famed designer Suzanne Belperron that can also be worn on a necklace with nesting rows of blue chalcedony beads. Similar in style and spirit to the necklace worn by the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson. The clip is carved blue chalcedony in a half-barrel design, set with 1 cushion-cut, one oval, 2 rectangular-cut and two square-cut sapphires, 10 square-cut rubies, 1 rectangular-cut ruby and 8 square-cut emeralds. Measuring 3.9 cm long by 3.4 cm wide, weighing 39.3 grams. French assay marks for gold and partially effaced maker''s marks for Société Groëné et Darde. By the remarkable female designer Suzanne Belperron. Accompanying certificate reads: We do hereby certify that the piece pictured below was manufactured in Paris between 1932 and 1940 by the company B. Herz from a design by Suzanne Belperron. Chalcedony beads included: 17 inches in length, detachable.
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