This is the peacock mantis shrimp. It has the most complex vision systems known to science. They can see in 12 colours (humans see in only 3) and can distinguish between different forms of light to give a vivid 3D image. But these creatures are also totally badass... they have the ability to break out of aquariums by punching and smashing the glass with their claws. They have a punch stronger than a .22 calibre pistol. This is the fastest recorded punch of any living animal.
Pink topaz and diamond brooch, circa 1910. Edwardian diamond-set open work oval brooch, set with an oval-cut pink topaz to centre weighing approximately 9.00cts within a diamond-set bow and garland surmount. Millegrain setting, mounted in platinum.
PINK TOURMALINE, RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 'LADYBUG' BROOCH, the body set with a pear-shaped rubellite weighing approx 19.15 carats, the elytra set with calibré-cut rubies highlighted by similarly-set sapphires, the rubies together weighing approxi 24.95 carats, decorated by a brilliant-cut diamond-set head and antennae and circular-cut tsavorite garnet-set eyes, mounted in 18 karat white gold, signed AK.