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A 99-carat center polished garnet is surrounded by another 50 carats of garnets in shades ranging from deep red to bright orange, all set in 22-karat yellow gold. - Houston Museum Of Natural Science
PAIR OF ANTIQUE DIAMOND PENDANT-EARRINGS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY The floral cluster tops centering 2 cushion-shaped diamonds approx 2.10 and 1.90 carats respectively, framed by 16 smaller cushion-shaped diamonds weighing approx 5.30 carats, supporting 2 pear-shaped old-mine diamonds weighing approx 1.40 and 1.70 carats, flanked by 4 smaller pear-shaped diamonds weighing a total of approx 3.00 carats, accented further with 8 small old-mine and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and gold.
A PAIR OF 18 CARAT WHITE GOLD MOONSTONE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS Each composed of a series of three circular moonstone cabochon and brilliant-cut diamond cluster panels, suspending a similarly designed moonstone and diamond pear shaped drop, London hallmarks for 18 carat gold, 5.8cm long, post fittings
TOPAZ AND DIAMOND PENDANT-BROOCH, MID 19TH CENTURY Set with a cushion-shaped topaz weighing approximately 15.70 carats, within an openwork quatrefoil frame of floral design, supporting a pear-shaped topaz weighing approximately 23.00 carats, decorated further with 2 old-mine diamonds weighing approximately .90 carat and numerous smaller old-mine, single-cut and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.95 carats, mounted in gold and silver.
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE GARNET EAR PENDANTS Each circular-cut garnet trefoil motif, suspending oval-cut garnet lines, by a pear and circular-cut garnet floret, to the graduated circular-cut garnet swag, enhanced by three pear-shaped garnets, with closed back, mounted in gold, circa 1830
An early 19th century paste brooch Of girandole design set with 'aquamarine' coloured vari-shaped mixed-cut pastes, the shaped surmount with central cushion-cut single stone and square and circular accents within a cannetille surround, suspending triple pear shaped drops, in gilt metal mounts with coloured foil backs, circa 1830, the central drop in open mount