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The famous Tudor brooch that could be worn as a hat pin, made of gold, diamonds and emeralds the shape of a salamander, Cheapside Hoard, 16th- early 17th century. In Elizabethan these kind of jewelry fell out of fashion and pins/brooches were replaced by pendants.

Gold pendant set with rubies and diamonds, ca 16th century

Gold, baroque pearl, enamel and diamond pendant, Southern Italian, 17th Century

Queen ‘s antique diamond and enamel bangle, which central plaque depicting diamond set cyrillic “N” for Tsar Nicholas I:

An art deco sapphire & diamond jabot brooch, circa 1930. Old European-cut diamonds. Estimated total sapphire weight: 7.00 carats; estimated total diamond weight: 2.25 carats; mounted in platinum

Bonhams : An art deco sapphire and diamond jabot brooch,

Diamond crown created by Mellerio dits Meller for a Spanish ducal famiily in the second half of the 19th century © Christie's

Mellerio dits Meller, 400 ans d'histoire livre Vincent Meylan

Turquoise and diamond tiara and brooch from the Russian imperial jewellery collection.

THE ROMANOVS JEWELS ~ the earrings 'THE CASCADE', of the 18th century, belong to Elizabeth I, diamonds, sapphires

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ the "Rose" brooch created in 1970 by Russian jewelers as a replica of a diamond brooch belonged to Alix. Saved in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~

THE BAND ESCLAVAGE OF CATHERINE II OF RUSSIA- Was created in the middle of the 18th century from silver, diamonds, spinel. Spinel is a lovely, valuable stone that has suffered from being too similar to rubies. The masterpiece is signed as " Pfysterer on April 10, 1764" - this is all we know from the jeweler who worked in St. Petersburg. Today the item is kept in The Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin, Russia

The brooch belonged to The Romanovs since the 18th century - gold, silver, diamonds, and spinels. The biggest spinel was put into The Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow

Catherine the Great - a cameo of the great Empress carved into an enormous emerald which is part of the Russian Crown Jewels in the Kremlin Diamond Fund in Moscow.

Emerald Jewelry that belonged to Catherine the Great

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY - The diamond belt with tassels that was made for Catherine II The Great by jeweler Louis David Duvall. The part of the belt was given by Catherine II to Jeremiya Posse to create IMPERIAL WEDDING CROWN.

Catherine the Great pendant, unknown maker, 1790

Stalking the Belle Époque: Russian

THE ROMANOVS JEWELS ~ The famous pendant of 1790 that could be presented by Catherine II to her courtiers. Opened, in details

Stalking the Belle Époque: Gifts of Grandeur

Chopard sapphire and diamonds copacabana earrings

A Pair of Pink Sapphire and Diamond Ear Pendants. Each suspending a pavé-set pink sapphire bombé drop, accented by pavé-set diamonds, from a pavé-set diamond oval link and pavé-set diamond hoop surmount, mounted in 18K pink gold, length 4 1/2 inches, pendant is detachable.