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John F. Kennedy, Jr. purchased this beautiful ring for his mother's 50th birthday. The two dark sapphires set in the center represented him and his sister Caroline. The two lighter blue diamonds on each side represented his mother and father, and the two aquamarines represented Arabella (Jackie's first child who was stillborn) and Patrick, who tragically died soon after birth. This is the only known piece of jewelry in Jackie's collection where the entire family of six was represented.

17th century > Emeralds, Rubies and Pearl

Pendant of a Rosary with gold, silver and rock crystal 1400-1600 The skull and crossbones were a reminder that death awaits even the most powerful. Met. Museum

Queen Anne Necklace, Extremely rare Queen Anne duck egg blue enamel necklace, circa 1710

Lucky Four Leaf Clover Pin enamel and diamonds. 1920's

Heart-shaped garnet ring inlaid with gold, silver and rose cut diamonds. 1890-1900

Victorian Mid-Century Yellow Sapphire 5.50 and Pearls set in 14k Rose Gold with Enamel Accents

Tiara ~ French ~ Sapphire and Diamond Notre Dame ~ 1900's

Superb Belle Epoque Platinum gold pearl diamond demantoid garnet sapphire brooch. Tiffany & Co. 1893-1895

English Georgian Emerald and Diamond Sevigné Brooch 1800's

Carved Amethyst brooch with cabochon Ruby center accented by Diamonds and Emeralds. Set in 14k Gold. 1970

laurenjenae: Gold, pearl and crystal ring, France c.1790. Under the crystal of this French love token is written “For My Sophie You are Always My Little Darling 1790”

18kGold with Etched Blue Enamel, Diamonds and Ornate Long Chain - Watch ~ 1900

Antique Diamond Cluster and White Enamel Bangle Bracelet 1901

Luis Masriera (1872-1958) Brooch