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Princess Diana's seven strand pearl choker with a lush sapphire in the center

Princess Diana's seven strand pearl choker with a lush sapphire in the center

Sapphire and Diamond Brooch/Pendant, circa 1910 (those sapphire are the prettiest color)

Sapphire and Diamond Brooch/Pendant, circa 1910 (those sapphire are the prettiest color)

An emerald and diamond handkerchief brooch, circa 1910 The lozenge-shaped surmount set with a step-cut emerald, within borders of old brilliant and single-cut diamonds and calibré-cut emeralds, suspending an openwork floral and foliate pendant designed to resemble folded lace, millegrain-set throughout with similarly cut diamonds and emeralds, terminating in a fringe of pear-shaped emerald and single-cut diamond drops, mounted in platinum and yellow gold.

An emerald and diamond handkerchief brooch, circa 1910 The lozenge-shaped surmount set with a step-cut emerald, within borders of old brilliant and single-cut diamonds and calibré-cut emeralds, suspending an openwork floral and foliate pendant designed to resemble folded lace, millegrain-set throughout with similarly cut diamonds and emeralds, terminating in a fringe of pear-shaped emerald and single-cut diamond drops, mounted in platinum and yellow gold.

*Aquamarine and Diamond Art Deco Cocktail Ring, Valley Falls is a show-stopping late Art Deco era platinum set cocktail ring centering a stunning 10.26ct Retangular Step Cut natural aquamarine. Flanked on either side by decadent, scalloped stepped-down shoulders and studded with twelve Single Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.12ct. Circa 1930-1940s.

Aquamarine and Diamond Art Deco Cocktail Ring

*Aquamarine and Diamond Art Deco Cocktail Ring, Valley Falls is a show-stopping late Art Deco era platinum set cocktail ring centering a stunning 10.26ct Retangular Step Cut natural aquamarine. Flanked on either side by decadent, scalloped stepped-down shoulders and studded with twelve Single Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.12ct. Circa 1930-1940s.

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