An opal and diamond pansy brooch, circa 1905 The opal finely carved to depict a pansy in bloom, centrally-set with an old brilliant-cut diamond, to a scrolling openwork surround millegrain-set with similarly-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.90ct total, numbered, length 4.0cm
pair of diamond pendant earrings, Harry Winston, 1967. each designed as a pear-shaped diamond, weighing 3.90 and 3.43 carats, suspended from a marquise-shaped diamond and a cluster surmount of pear-shaped diamonds; unsigned, no. 6439, with signed box; remaining diamonds weighing approximately: 5.50 carats total.
The Indore Pears - In 1946 Harry Winston bought the two pear-shaped diamonds; weighing 46.95 and 46.70 carats. and recut them to 46.39 and 44.14 carats. D-color, and one Internally Flawless, the other VVS1.