This ruby and diamond bracelet contains 31 matched Burmese rubies with a total of 60 carats. The bracelet is on display at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Myanmar (formerly Burma) is the major source of rubies and sapphires.
19th century emerald, ruby, diamond and pearl pendant brooch, English c.1860, centred by a trap cut emerald in a triple border of diamonds, rectangular rubies and then diamonds, scroll diamond hoop to top and bottom, suspending three drop shaped pearls from foliate diamond links, open set in silver and gold.
Pair of 18 Karat White Gold, Green Tourmaline and Diamond Pendant-Earrings. Set with two pear-shaped green tourmalines weighing approximately 31.70 carats, framed and surmounted by numerous round diamonds weighing approximately 2.85 carats and four oval-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 2.95 carats. Sotheby's.
Bat brooch of cultured pearl, diamond, ruby and enamel. The body set with a pear-shaped grey-tint pearl, the wings decorated with pliqué-à-jour enamel and single-cut diamonds, ruby eyes, approx. 0.50 ct, width 8.2 cm