Seven Antique Amethyst Gold Stickpins.
gorgeous vintage rings!
Vintage Styles 209: - Vintage Engagement Rings
Cartier halo scroll tiara worn by the duchess of Cambridge Catherine Middleton at her marriage
The Dresden Green Diamond, which probably weighed over 100 (old) carats in its rough form, is unique among world famous diamonds. It was originally probably an elongated unbroken stone since greenish diamonds rarely occur as cleavages.The Dresden Green gets its name from the capitol of Saxony where it has been on display for more than 200 years.
The Dresden Green Diamond
one of the prettiest bands ive seen..
19th century amethyst and gold suite comprising a necklace, cross pendant-brooch and pair of earrings, English c.1840, the necklace with graduated oval faceted stones, the uniform cross with an oval stone to each arm and smaller pear shaped stones between, the earrings formed of a pear shaped stone, triplet cluster below and oval stones, all open cut-down collet set in gold, contemporary case
Blue sapphire and diamond necklace (without its pendant) which once was the property of Queen Victoria. It also had a matching pendant which could be worn with it. There was, of course, the matching tiara and other pieces. All seem to have been sold by the late Earl of Harewood, who was the son of Princess Mary (George V's only daughter and great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria), who must have inherited the necklace, the matching tiara, pendant and bracelet.
Queen Victoria's sapphire necklace
Brazilian pink topaz jewels made around 1804 belonging to the royal family of Sweden.