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Wide sapphire and diamond bracelet. Via Diamonds in the Library.

Diamonds in the Library: Wide sapphire and diamond bracelet.

A tourmaline, ruby and diamond dress ring The octagonal plaque set with a central cluster of old round brilliant-cut diamonds, within a surround of eight calibré-cut green tourmalines, to a further surround of single-cut diamonds and square-cut rubies, stamped 18ct,

Bonhams : Jewellery and Silver

photo shows a raw opal from Ethiopia, still partly embedded in the rock in which it was found.  I think it looks very much like the one described in DRUMS, that Claire found beside Otter-Tooth's skull.

Ring that belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie. When he occupied Derby in December 1745, the Prince held his headquarters at Exeter House but took his meals at the house of Mrs Ward, whose late husband had been Chief Alderman of Derby. Her 13 year old son, Samuel, tasted the Prince’s food and Prince Charles gave this diamond ring to Mrs Ward upon his ill-fated departure. The ring stayed with the Ward family until 1947, when the wife of food taster’s great-grandson offered the item to Derby Museum.

A SUPERB RUBY AND DIAMOND RING Set with an oval-shaped ruby weighing 13.21 carats, flanked by half-moon diamonds, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold [Can be yours for a mere six million bucks! What a bargain!]

Premier 4.00 ct Peridot & 1/4 ct tw Diamond Ring, 14K Gold