An arts and crafts aquamarine, chrysoprase and enamel pendant necklace, Tiffany & Co., circa 1910. Centering an oval-cut aquamarine, within an openwork surround, enhanced by green enamel foliate motifs, detailed with cabochon chrysoprase, suspended from a fancy-link chain; signed Tiffany C. for Tiffany & Co.; mounted in eighteen karat gold; length 17in.; pendant length: 1 1/2in. Via Bonhams.
A pair of South Sea cultured pearl and diamond earclips, Tiffany & Co. each centering a dark gray South Sea cultured pearl, measuring approximately 11.50 to 12.00mm., surrounded by pear-shaped, marquise and round brilliant-cut diamonds; signed Tiffany & Co.; estimated total diamond weight: 6.40 carats; mounted in platinum; diameter: 1in.
GOLD, PLATINUM, DIAMOND, CORAL AND ENAMEL STRAWBERRY BRACELET, DONALD CLAFLIN FOR TIFFANY & CO., CIRCA 1970. Sotheby's.
Tiffany & Co. An Art Nouveau Black Opal, Diamond and Enamel Necklace, 1900. The front suspending an oval cabochon black opal, within an enamel and circular-cut diamond frame, to the collet-set peridot and white opal gold chain, mounted in 14K yellow gold, length 23 inches. Signed ‘Tiffany & Co.’ Philips de Pury.
The most extravagant Tiffany & Co. diamond brooch of the twentieth century. The 107-carat canary diamond is surmounted by a 23-carat pear-shaped D-flawless white diamond and surrounded by 80 carats of marquise and pear-shaped white diamonds. Designed by Maurice Galli and John Loring in 1988, it was priced at fifteen million dollars.
A DIAMOND "BLOOMING DAISY" BROOCH, BY JEAN SCHLUMBERGER, TIFFANY & CO. Designed as a pair of flower heads, each centering upon a circular-cut diamond and gold wirework pistil, with circular-cut diamond sepals, to the circular-cut diamond petals, suspending a smaller bud of similar design, mounted in platinum and gold