The Cora Sun-Drop is among the most stunning diamonds in the world, so rare that it is almost impossibe to determine its value. At 110-carats, the Cora Sun-Drop is roughly the size of a woman's thumb and is the largest vivid yellow pear-shaped diamond known in the world.
An early 20th century diamond and citrine diamond pendant The oval citrine within a diamond openwork panel with palmette decoration and old-cut diamond collet detail, to a fine link chain, panel circa 1905
AQUAMARINE, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CARTIER, CIRCA 1935. Designed as two segments of channel-set rectangular aquamarines with stirrup-link terminals pavé-set with round and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.75 carats, the center and clasp decorated with arched links of calibré-cut sapphires, mounted in platinum, length 7 inches, signed Cartier.