A DIAMOND AND GOLD BUCKLE AND GOLD PANEL BELT The lobed rectangular openwork buckle designed as a pierced diamond-set flower with a circular-cut diamond centre weighing 4.87 carats, to the centre of old and circular-cut diamond peacock and butterfly amidst foliage and blossoms, to a belt composed of seventeen gold panels each pierced and engraved depicting a Chinese lion amidst foliage, buckle 9.8 cm. wide, belt 72.0 cm. long
A diamond pendant The triangular openwork surmount alternately-set with square and brilliant-cut diamonds and a marquise-cut diamond accent, to a similarly-set geometric panels suspending a diamond-set tassel, the whole to a trace-link chain, pendant 7.0cm long
*A PAIR OF ART DECO AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS, BY CARTIER Each of chandelier design, suspending a fringe of hexagonal-cut aquamarines, from the rectangular-cut aquamarine and single-cut diamond openwork plaque, to the old European-cut diamond and oval-cut aquamarine surmount, mounted in platinum, circa 1930.
AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE The detachable pendant centering upon a cushion-shaped emerald within a circular-cut diamond frame and a pear-shaped, marquise- and brillant-cut diamond surround, to the graduated brillant-cut diamond line neckchain, mounted in gold, chain 41.0 cm
A SAPPHIRE AND COLORED DIAMOND BROOCH, BY OSCAR HEYMAN & BROTHERS Set with a pavé-set yellow diamond bombé pistil, extending three tiers of marquise-cut sapphire petals, to the gold and diamond stem, with circular-cut diamond leaves, mounted in platinum and 18k gold By Oscar Heyman & Brothers
A LATE 19TH CENTURY GEM-SET EYGPTIAN REVIVAL BROOCH The large central cushion-shaped peridot within a stylised twin snake frame, each body set with ruby and rose-cut diamond highlights, their scrolling, entwined tails suspending a fancy mixed-cut peridot drop, with textured gold surmount set with a further rose-cut diamond line accent, circa 1890.
A diamond-set dress ring Set to the front with an old brilliant-cut diamond foliate ribbon scroll with old brilliant-cut diamond collet terminals [Stonefinder's date: Victorian or possibly Edwardian. Style is later date but it looks like the diamonds are silver set which hints at the older date]