The Royal Star of Paris, a brooch (which also can be worn as a pendant) has two diamonds of at least 100 carats each: the “Graff Sunflower,” a 107.46-carat fancy yellow cushion cut diamond and the “Graff Perfection,” a 100-carat D flawless pear shape diamond drop.
Pink Flower Brooch by Graff Diamonds. A myriad of the finest white diamonds scintillate around the central 8.97 carat Fancy Vivid Pink pear shape diamond, to form a flower in bloom. A notable 38.13 carat D Flawless pear shape diamond, hand crafted with a minimal platinum setting to accentuate the luminosity of the stone, cascades elegantly from the central motif.
MOONSTONE, RUBY, PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, CIRCA 1900. Designed to the centre as an oval cluster centring on a cabochon moonstone within surrounds of calibré-cut rubies and scalloped millegrain-set single-cut diamonds, within a frame in the garland style composed of flower heads and foliage set with single- and circular-cut diamonds, suspended from two rows of alternating seed pearls and collet-set circular-cut diamonds, to a similarly-set stylised foliate surmount, fitted case.
AN SAPPHIRE, RUBY AND DIAMOND CLIP BROOCH, BY BULGARI The central brilliant and baguette-cut diamond openwork panel of Arabesque design, suspending two trailing cluster panels of cabochon sapphires interspersed with brilliant-cut diamond and circular-cut ruby highlights, second quarter of the 20th century, 7.7cm long, original fitted maker's case Signed Bulgari