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 RUBY AND DIAMOND BOW BROOCH The ribbon alternately-set with calibré-cut rubies and circular-cut diamond lines, mounted in platinum The total weight of the rubies and diamonds is approximately 30.00 and 3.80 carats respectively
RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH Designed as an old European and rose-cut diamond rectangular open plaque, with pierced corners and calibré-cut ruby detail, the inside with diamond-set stylised feathers, enhanced by marquise-cut and collet diamonds to the central heart-shaped diamond
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.