Aqua clip earrings with a flair (of diamonds, that is). A matched pair of pastel blue emerald cut aquamarines are enhanced with a sweeping diamond spray. A classic vintage look rendered in 14 karat white gold.

Diamond Brooches
Diamond Brooches A BELLE EPOQUE RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1910. Designed as a circle with an openwork bow, set with single-cut diamonds and carré-cut rubies, mounted in platinum. Length 6.3cm. #BelleÉpoque #brooch A DIAMOND BROOCH The central twin scroll to brilliant and baguette-cut diamond sprays, each line with collet terminal, circa 1960,Brooch – $16,565 at auction WHITE GOLD, AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1945 the brooch of stylized ribbon design set with 2 emerald-cut aquamarines, further decorated with numerous small round and single-cut diamonds, the total diamond weight approximately 3.20 carats, mounted in 14 karat white gold. A magnificent and rare Art Deco natural pearl, emerald and diamond brooch, by…

large Victorian natural pearl and diamond brooch /pendant gold on silver set 1870cSAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, CIRCA 1910 In the Garland Style, the open work frame embellished with stylised foliate motifs millegrain-set with circular-cut diamonds and suspending two pear-shaped stones, the centre and articulated drop each designed as a cluster, the oval and pear-shaped sapphires respectively dressed by circular-cut diamonds, detachable brooch fitting, collapsible pendant fitting. THREE EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCHES, ONE DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY. Each of star design, three set with step-cut emeralds, cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds, fitted case; one brooch of similar design set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds, fitted case. An Art Deco platinum and diamond brooch, circa 1930. OPAL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1880 A tourmaline and diamond brooch The heart-shaped pink tourmaline, within an old brilliant, single and rose-cut diamond ribbon and garland surround, old brilliant and single-cut diamonds approx. 0.30ct total, length 3.9cm, fitted case by Tessier, New Bond Street. Edwardian or Edwardian style or earlier.

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