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Vintage ring.

intense yellow diamonds

Cloisonne heart.

Sapphire Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1920's.

37.36 carats of pink diamond heaven! Be still, my heart!

Carved Opal Flower Ring.

Elizabeth Taylor's jewels fetch $115m as Richard Burton La Peregrina pearl goes for $11m | Mail Online

via JCK Online “My mission in life is to get women to wear more jewelry, and not just for black-tie events; jewelry is for wearing, enjoying, and for fun,” she says. At least one client has taken Goldberg’s advice: “Judge Judy told me that she put one of my necklaces and dances around the house in it.”

25 Carat Diamond, Brown Diamonds, De Grisogono

ZsaZsa Bellagio: Lovely

Vintage Van Cleef

From Kate Hudson's collection


Assael International


Art Deco sapphire and diamond watch

Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Brooch

Art Deco purple sapphire and diamond ring by Ellis Bros, Toronto, circa 1920. A platinum ring vertically set with one central oval old cut natural purple sapphire in a claw setting with an approximate weight of 5.00 carats, flanked by two horizontal baguette cut diamonds in rubover settings with an approximate total weight of 0.80 carats, all encircled by a single row of twenty two round old cut diamonds in millegrain bead settings with an approximate total weight of 1.00 carats, this border ...

Duchess of Windsor's Sapphire Pendant This 206.82-carat sapphire pendant was created by Cartier in 1951. It was expected to sell for 1.1 million to 1.5 million Swiss francs, but the lot was withdrawn from sale as the owner decided he couldn't part with it.

Black Opal Necklace - Tiffany & Co. - designed by Louis C Tiffany 1915-1925, accented with brilliant green demantoid garnets from Russia. Opal from Lightning Ridge, Australia.

This is a superb Burmese peridot necklace -

pink topaz demi parure, property of the swedish royal family.

Catherine the Great's recently auctioned emerald necklace

Crown of Constance of Aragon, 1179 – 1222

The so-called "Crown of Charlemagne"