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Royalty & their Jewelry - Shoulder brooch owned by Majorie Merriweather . Eight inches long, set in platinum. 250 carats of carved Indian emeralds from the 17th Mughal period. Set by Cartier New York, 1928

Royalty & their Jewelry - Shoulder brooch owned by Majorie Merriweather . Eight inches long, set in platinum. 250 carats of carved Indian emeralds from the 17th Mughal period. Set by Cartier New York, 1928

Renaissance Revival 18kt Gold Gem-set Armlet, c. 1880, the chased and engraved grillework form with foliate devices and strapwork, bezel-set with sapphire and diamond florets, bezel-set sapphire, emerald, and ruby accents, rose-cut diamond highlights.

Renaissance Revival 18kt Gold Gem-set Armlet, c. 1880, the chased and engraved grillework form with foliate devices and strapwork, bezel-set with sapphire and diamond florets, bezel-set sapphire, emerald, and ruby accents, rose-cut diamond highlights.

H & D Diamonds is your direct contact to diamond trade suppliers, a Bond Street jeweller and a team of designers. www.handddiamonds.co.uk Tel: 0845 600 5557 - Vlad Glynin (Moscow)

H & D Diamonds is your direct contact to diamond trade suppliers, a Bond Street jeweller and a team of designers. www.handddiamonds.co.uk Tel: 0845 600 5557 - Vlad Glynin (Moscow)

Emerald and diamond earrings -- the carved emerald briolettes are just juicy

{Jewel Crave} Green is the New Black: 13 Pieces of Holy Gorgeous Green Jewelry

This superb 75.47carat Colombian emerald was once the property of Abdul Hamid II, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1876-1909), who wore it on his belt buckle. Tiffany & Co. acquired the emerald in 1911 and initially set it into a tiara. In 1950, it was mounted in its current brooch setting. Mrs. Janet Annenberg Hooker purchased the brooch from Tiffany in 1955, and in 1977 she donated it to the Smithsonian Institution. The Hooker Emerald is a beveled square-cut gem that exhibits exceptional…

This superb 75.47carat Colombian emerald was once the property of Abdul Hamid II, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (1876-1909), who wore it on his belt buckle. Tiffany & Co. acquired the emerald in 1911 and initially set it into a tiara. In 1950, it was mounted in its current brooch setting. Mrs. Janet Annenberg Hooker purchased the brooch from Tiffany in 1955, and in 1977 she donated it to the Smithsonian Institution. The Hooker Emerald is a beveled square-cut gem that exhibits exceptional…

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