Duchess of Windsor Necklace with five pear-shaped emeralds from 5.8 to 14.6 carats (Cartier)and a 48.95-carat Diamond and Emerald Pendant
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Duchess of Windsor Necklace with five pear-shaped emeralds from 5.8 to 14.6 cts, Cartier, a 48.95-ct Diamond Emerald Pendant.
PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT-EARRINGS. The tops set with 2 small pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately .50 carat with frames of small round diamonds, supporting swing pendants set with 2 pear-shaped emeralds weighing approximately 7.40 carats, within diamond borders, the round diamonds weighing a total of approximately 2.25 carats, mounted in platinum.
Emerald and diamond necklace, 1960s. Designed as an undulating line of baguette, marquise and pear shaped diamonds, highlighted at the front with cushion shaped emeralds weighing from 4.09 to 5.20 carats. French assay and maker's marks.
The Chalk Emerald Ring ranks among the very finest of Colombian emeralds. The top quality emerald was previously the centerpiece of an emerald and diamond necklace that belonged to the most flamboyant Maharani of Baroda, Maharani Sita Devi. Harry Winston purchased the necklace, and after recutting the emerald from its original 38.40 carats to 37.82 carats, set it in a platinum ring surrounded by 60 pear-shaped colorless diamonds, with a total weight of 15 carats.
PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT-EARCLIPS. Designed as five diamond-set fringes anchored and topped by floral clusters, set with 2 emerald-cut emeralds weighing approximately 12.00 carats, 28 pear-shaped, marquise-shaped and square-cut diamonds weighing approximately 9.75 carats and 100 round diamonds weighing approximately 13.20 carats, mounted in platinum and gold.
The Eye of Golconda: The Eye of Golconda – Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 40.05 carats, to the old mine-cut diamond surmount weighing 6.76 carats, spaced by an octagonal-shaped emerald weighing 0.87 carat and diamond beads, suspended from a double-strand neckchain designed as a series of emerald roundels flanked by diamond beads, mounted in 18k white gold,
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A diamond, emerald and ruby Cartier brooch which belonged to the Duchess of Windsor. 1930.
Emerald and diamond necklace with over 38 carats of emeralds and 16 carats of diamonds
Jacob & Co. Emerald Cocktail Ring, Featuring: a Gubelin Certified 16.26 carat Cushion-Shaped Cabochon Colombian Emerald, Highlighted with 5.53 Total Carats Pear-Shaped Cabochon Emeralds and 3.66 Total Carats Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds, Mounted in 18K White Gold.
The Spanish Inquisition necklace consists of two strands of antique-cut diamonds and emeralds to which a lower pendant and upper chain containing modern, brilliant-cut diamonds were added. It contains 374 diamonds and 15 emeralds. The emeralds came from Colombia, while the diamonds were obtained from India. The large, central, barrel-shaped emerald weighs approximately 45 carats. Due to its rich color and exceptional clarity, it is one of the world's finest emeralds.
A diamond and emerald belle epoque tiara, 1910. Designed with the diamond pinnacles of a fringe tiara alternating with foliate pinnacles topped with pear-shaped emeralds, all rising from a laurel leaf band. This piece fetched EUR30,000 at auction
Cartier Luxuriant necklace / brooch - Platinum, one 91.34-carat emerald drop from Colombia, one pear-shaped diamond, brilliants. Photo Nils Herrmann © Cartier 2012.
Emerald and diamond spiral ring by Cartier. Set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond raised in a four claw setting with a weight of 0.85 carats, encircled by a swirled row of twenty two channel and claw set tapered baguette cut diamonds weighing 3.00 carats in total, adjacent to a stepped corresponding row of twenty channel and claw set tapered baguette cut emeralds with an approximate weight of 3.00 carats. The approximate total
An Important Emerald And Diamond Necklace, Cartier Designed as a graduated series of step-cut emeralds within scalloped frames of
A 19th century emerald and diamond girandole brooch/pendant Of highly stylised floral and foliate design, with a central emerald and diamond cluster, suspending five emerald and diamond drops, set throughout with vari-cut emeralds, including step and rose-cut, and old brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, some emeralds in foiled, closed-back settings, composite, diamonds approximately 3.10 carats total, detachable fittings
A PAIR OF ART DECO EMERALD AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, BY CARTIER Each set with a drop-shaped emerald weighing 10.06 and 11.32 carats to the pavé-set diamond cap suspended by a line surmount of pavé-set diamond boules and rondelles to the old European-cut diamond top, mounted in platinum, 1924, 6.0 cm long Signed Cartier Paris, no. 0287
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pair of diamond pendant earrings, Harry Winston, 1967. each designed as a pear-shaped diamond, weighing 3.90 and 3.43 carats, suspended from a marquise-shaped diamond and a cluster surmount of pear-shaped diamonds; unsigned, no. 6439, with signed box; remaining diamonds weighing approximately: 5.50 carats total.
This is the Chalk Emerald, a 37.8 carat emerald from Columbia. Columbia is the major source of emeralds. It is nestled in a cluster of 60 pear-shaped diamonds weighing a total of 15 carats. It is housed at the Smithsonian Institute.
Cartier / Mackay Emerald and Diamond Necklace / 168 carats / Muzo, Colombia. This huge emerald is set in an art deco diamond and platinum pendant designed by Cartier. In 1931, Clarence Mackay gave the necklace as a wedding gift to his wife, Anna Case -- a prima donna at the New York Metropolitan Opera from 1909 to 1920
AN IMPRESSIVE EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY CARTIER Set with a central detachable cabochon emerald, weighing 76.24 carats, within a circular-cut diamond surround to the circular-cut diamond tiered five-row flexible neckchain (centre may be worn as a clip brooch, necklace may be worn as two 17.5 and 18.0 cm. bracelets, a 4.5 cm. section detaches to shorten necklace), 40.5 cm., clip brooch with French assay marks Clip brooch signed Cartier, Paris, nos. 012739 and 03844.
Beautiful $3 million Chopard Diamond and Emerald Necklace is one of the most eye catching necklaces. Any woman wearing this necklace will spontaneously be nicknamed “green lady” because of its huge green Colombian emeralds weighing nearly 191 carats! The necklace is made of 16 carats of diamonds that are attached to an excellent symmetry with green Colombian emeralds.
Victoria-Transvaal Diamond Necklace: Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C. 67.89 carats Look for flashes of color in the 116 facets of this pear-shaped, champagne-colored diamond. Cut from a 240-carat crystal, it is suspended from a chain of 108 diamonds that total about 45 carats. The necklace was designed by Baumgold Brothers, Inc.
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A SAPPHIRE, EMERALD AND DIAMOND SUITE, BY CARTIER The necklace designed as five pentagonal sapphire and diamond clusters with drop-shaped
A BELLE EPOQUE COLORED DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE Set with a pear-shaped fancy dark gray-yellowish green diamond, weighing approximately 5.84 carats, to the collet-set old European and marquise-cut diamond surround and foliate link, from a platinum fine link neckchain, spaced by collet-set old European-cut diamonds, mounted in gold and platinum, circa 1910, 17 ins.
An art deco emerald and diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1930 The openwork plaque set throughout with old brilliant, single and baguette-cut diamonds surrounding five collet-set cabochon emeralds, to a diamond-set surmount, diamonds approximately 11.50 carats total, French assay marks, length 10.3cm