A 35.27-carat cushion cut grayish-blue diamond. Not much is known about it. In 1969, Cartier lent this diamond to the New York State Museum
1.79 Carat Old Mine Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring | New York Vintage & Antique Estate Jewelry – Erstwhile Jewelry Co NY
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Rope-chain, Round-cut Cushion Checkerboard-cut Sky Blue Topaz, Four and Quarter Carat of Diamond Pendant $129.00
NEW YORK.- rare pink cushion-cut 9-carat diamond ring from the estate of the late copper heiress Huguette Clark is shown. The piece, believed to be owned by Clark’s mother, sold for $15,762,500 at Christies’ New York Magnificent Jewels auction on Tuesday, April 17, 2012
1 Carat Cushion Cut Vintage Engagement Ring | New York Vintage & Antique Estate Jewelry – Erstwhile Jewelry Co NY
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.69 Carat Emerald-Cut Art Deco Style Diamond and Calibre Sapphire Ring. A gorgeous, classically fashioned vintage emerald-cut diamond, weighing .69 carat and accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: I color - VS1 clarity, radiates from within a much newer Art Deco style home recently crafted in 18K white gold, royal blue calibre sapphires and small full-cut diamonds
18-carat gold and diamond Lady Kalla wristwatch from Vacheron Constantin With octagonal dial and bracelet set with 120 emerald-cut diamonds, the Lady Kalla features manual movement and is valued between $100,000 and $200,000 On February 7, Sotheby’s New York,at Sotheby's New York
One of the most unusual quilts ever made in America, known as “Trade and Commerce”. Its maker was clearly familiar with the busy river commerce so important in the development of New York State. This unique pictorial quilt, made about 1825 by Hannah Stockton Stiles, is a lively appliqué depiction of life along the shores and on the waters of a major river. From: Inspired Traditions: Selections from the Jane Katcher Collection of Americana.
The 45 Most Gorgeous, Famous Gems of All Time - The Cut The Tiffany Diamond In 1877, Tiffany & Co.'s iconic 128-carat yellow diamond was found in South Africa. It adorned Audrey Hepburn's neck while she was doing publicity photos for Breakfast at Tiffany's and, today, it’s on permanent display in the New York Fifth Avenue store.