Tiara of rock crystal panels engraved with arabesques by Cartier in February 1912 for Baron Pierre de Gunsburg. The panels are mounted in platinum and decorated with three motifs of rose- and brilliant-cut diamonds, surmounted by a line of graduated old-cut diamonds in mille grain settings. The base is defined with a line of rose-cut diamonds in a similar setting.
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Victorian diamond set tiara, the stylised fleur-de-lys and scroll motifs graduating from the centre and set with old round brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds, total estimated weight 30cts, all mounted in silver grain and cut-down settings on yellow gold back, convertible into a necklace, the chain composed of a single line of rose-cut diamonds, circa 1870.
Sapphire and diamond bracelet, Cartier, circa 1930. The three calibré-cut and cabochon sapphire panels alternating with stylised buckle motifs pavé-set with brilliant- and circular-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, length approximately 162mm, signed Cartier Made in France, numbered, French maker's mark. Sotheby's.
A PAIR OF ART DECO AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, BY CARTIER Each of chandelier design, suspending a fringe of hexagonal-cut aquamarines, from the rectangular-cut aquamarine and single-cut diamond openwork plaque, to the old European-cut diamond and oval-cut aquamarine surmount, mounted in platinum, circa 1930 Signed Cartier, London, no. 9183
1940's diamond bracelet by Cartier. It centers a cushion-cut diamond, with two concentric old mine and old European-cut diamond hexagonal-shaped surrounds. On either side of the center diamond, the bracelet continues with four graduated, overlapping open hexagonal old European-cut diamond links, each segment set with an old European-cut diamond 'Lily of the Valley' motif. These are enclosed by a border spaced by collet-set diamonds, all set in platinum. Via Diamonds in the Library.
DIAMOND BROOCH, CARTIER Designed as a lily, the flower head set with circular-cut diamonds, to a pear-shaped stone pistil, the articulated stem set with calibré-cut diamonds, between diamond set leaves, mounted in platinum, signed Cartier Paris and numbered, French assay and maker's marks.
Early 20th century platinum, diamond and pearl dress-watch by Cartier, Paris, c.1905 The white enamel dial with black painted Roman numerals, to a pavй-set rose-cut diamond bezel and scrolling pear-cut diamond set shoulders, with diamond set winder, to a seven row white and grey pearl bracelet concealing a rose gold and platinum deployant clasp. S.J. Phillips Ltd.
An Art Deco Diamond Pendant Brooch, by Cartier. Set with a rose-cut diamond, within an old European-cut diamond, openwork geometric plaque with three pear shaped diamond pendants, to the old European-cut diamond surmount, mounted inplatinum, Circa 1915, with French assay marks and maker's marks.
DIAMOND TIARA, CIRCA 1900 The centre designed as two wreaths, each swing-set to the centre with circular-cut and pear-shaped diamonds, between two modified rectangular panels of open work floral and foliate design, set with circular-cut and rose diamonds, inner circumference approximately 290mm, central motif detachable and can be worn as a brooch or pendant, the panels can be worn as brooches.
Aquamarine, sapphire and diamond brooch, Cartier, Circa 1935. Set in the center with an emerald-cut aquamarine, accented by old European-cut and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.00 carats, and calibré-cut sapphires, mounted in platinum.
A late Victorian natural pearl and diamond tiara, the tiara comprising five principle sections graduated to the centre, of an ornate openwork scroll & floral design, with a floral drop between each, set throughout with natural pearls & rose-cut & old-cut diamonds, all from a necklet of alternately-set pearls and diamonds, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with pearl-set snap clasp and safety catch, c1890