An Art Deco Diamond Pendant Brooch, by Cartier. Set with a rose-cut diamond, within an old European-cut diamond, openwork geometric plaque with three pear shaped diamond pendants, to the old European-cut diamond surmount, mounted in platinum, Circa 1915, with French assay marks and maker's marks.
Gold, silver, pearl, ruby, emerald and diamond brooch, circa 1860. Designed as a stylised floral branch, set with pearls, emeralds, diamonds and rubies, suspending a fine pear-shaped pearl, mounted in gold and silver.♥≻★≺♥
AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1910 Centring a cushion shaped aquamarine weighing approximately 4.00 carats within an openwork surround of foliate and scroll design highlighted with circular cut diamonds, mounted in 15ct gold and platinum.
CARTIER Princess Margaret's Cartier Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch. London in 1932 and purchased by HM QE, Queen Mother on January 23, 1947 for £175. Designed as an openwork oval plaque of circular-cut aquamarines to a hexagonal aquamarine and circular-cut diamond scroll shoulders, mounted in platinum. Approximately 5.1 cm wide. Sold at Christie's auction in 2006 for $121,440, US. https://www.facebook.com/groups/260713314096465/