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    Two dragons presenting a heart-shaped amber Buried 1647-1658 From the tomb of Lady Chen, wife of Tong Bonian, in Dengfushan, outside the Zhonghua Gate, Nanjing

    Portuguese Royal Jewels. The Necklace of the Stars was made in 1865 for the wife of King Luís I of Portugal, Queen Cosort Maria Pia of Savoy

    The Graff Pink, a 24.78 carat pink diamond, has a rectangular shape with rounded corners and was once owned by Harry Winston.


    Ladies art nouveau pocket knife

    ruby red pink rhinestone brooch

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    Trojan diadem jewelry dating 2400-2200 BC, early Bronze age

    Enameled gold set with rubies diamonds and pearls, Eastern European 17th century

    Art Nouveau jewelry

    An important 19th century ruby and diamond branch brooch, designed as an articulated foliate spray surmounted by a bird of paradise, set with circular-cut and cushion shaped rubies, circular and rose cut diamons, pear-shaped peridots, mounted in silver and gold. Detaches into four brooches. English, circa 1880.

    Art Nouveau Perfume Bottle

    Pendant in the shape of a camel, Germany, c. 1576-1600

    Icicle-shaped diamond ring, called Matthias ring, late 16th century, Southern Germany (probably), gold, diamonds, enamel, height: 3.5 cm, diameter: 2.3 cm


    Gem-set gold pendant, c. 1570. Gold pendant enclosing triangular shaped cameo of an illustrious lady. Possibly Mary Queen of Scots in enamelled scroll border set with four stones the back similarly decorated with three pendant baroque pearls some stones replaced c. 1720. It was given by Queen Mary to Thomas Howard 4th Duke of Norfolk then by descent. © The Portland Collection

    The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When she married the Earl of Fife in 1889, she received quite a waterfall of sparkling presents; this stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds alternating with round diamonds, was among them. It is thought to be the work of Parisian jeweler Oscar Massin.

    Imperial Swan Egg

    Gold Half Moon-Shaped Earring with Peacocks, late 6th–7th century, Byzantine

    Great George badge of the Order of the Garter, made in England, 1628-29