Pair of Aquamarine and Diamond Brooches Platinum, the brooches fashioned as scrolled ribbons of varied size embellished by 57 tapered rectangular and square-cut aquamarines, pave-set with 118 old European-cut diamonds approximately 4.70 cts., circa 1935
An Art Deco aquamarine & diamond pendant, 1930. The step-cut aquamarine within a polished stepped frame set with brilliant-cut diamond accents to a similarly cut diamond surmount & bail, length 4.7 cm, French assay marks.
Gold, Aquamarine and Diamond Bracelet Centering 5 emerald-cut aquamarines approximately 86.50 cts., spaced by 4 rectangular-cut aquamarines and 128 old European-cut, round and single-cut diamonds approximately 10.00 cts., approximately 42.3 dwts. Length 6 5/8 inches.
Large Art Deco Aquamarine Ring. Dive into this refreshing pastel blue swimming pool size 49.86 carat (!) Aquamarine. In addition to the copious size and soothing color, the Aqua is superbly cut, à la a vintage Harry Winston style diamond with wide cut corners. The extraordinary mounting, which, due to the size of the Aqua, can only be appreciated from the sides, exhibits consummate Art Deco geometry including a cool Greek-key variation on the gallery. Via Lang Antiques.
A Belle Epoque rectangular aquamarine and diamond brooch, the aquamarine in a rose-cut diamond frame with diamond and rose-cut diamond floral garland and bow surround, with garland terminal suspending a pear cut diamond drop, with hinged pendant loop.
Aquamarine and diamond bracelet. Designed as a wide band, set with variously sized step-cut aquamarines in a geometric pattern, highlighted with lines of brilliant-cut diamonds, length approximately 190mm. Sotheby’s.
A fine aquamarine, sapphire and diamond sautoir, by Cartier, circa 1920. The vertically aligned pendant set with two step-cut aquamarines, the largest cut-cornered stone to the centre, connected by cabochon sapphire and brilliant and single-cut diamond geometric links, terminating in an aquamarine briolette drop, suspended from a woven cord necklace with four rose-cut diamond finials, unsigned, necklace length 62.0cm., Cartier fitted case is a modern replacement. Via Bonhams.
A green quartz, aquamarine and diamond pendant necklace. The large oval faceted green quartz, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround of brown tint, suspending oval-cut and pear-shaped aquamarines, surmounted by a trio of oval-cut aquamarine and brilliant-cut diamond clusters, to a knife-wire chain spaced by similarly-cut diamonds of brown tint, diamonds approx. 2.45cts total, brown diamonds untested for natural colour, lengths: pendant 6.2cm, chain 40.7cm, extension included 7cm
*PLATINUM, WHITE GOLD, AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND BROOCH Set with a step-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 50.00 carats, the frame set with round, baguette and half-moon-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 4.90 carats; fitted with a pendant hook.
PLATINUM, AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CIRCA 1925 Designed as oblong links set with emerald-cut aquamarines, connected by diamond links set with baguette and old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.25 carats, length 7 inches.
Art Deco engagement ring, circa 1925. Featuring a .79 carat (approx) EGL certified old European cut diamond with F-G color and VS1 clarity. The center stone is accentuated by a row of triangle cut emerald arrows on ether side, and single cut diamonds all around the geometric platinum setting. Via Diamonds in the Library.