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TWO-COLOR GOLD, MOONSTONE AND PINK SAPPHIRE FLOWER BROOCH, TIFFANY & CO., CIRCA 1945. The floral spray set with 8 oval-shaped moonstone cabochons and numerous small round pink sapphire cabochons, mounted in 14 karat yellow and pink gold, signed Tiffany & Co.

Vintage Brooch...wouldn't that make a lovely necklace

An Edwardian Platinum, Diamond and Black Opal Brooch, containing one oval black opal measuring approximately 21.10 x 14.42 x 3.82 mm within an intricate bow motif filigree surround containing numerous old European and round single cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.75 carat total, white gold pin fittings.

EDWARD SPENCER 1872-1938 Impressive Artificers' Guild Arts & Crafts Brooch Gold Silver Moonstone Amethyst British, c.1910

Antique Brooch 14K Gold & Carved Coral Hand Holding by MISSIONMOD, $499.00

.These look exactly like the earrings I wore on my wedding day!

Opal, Gem-Set and 18K Gold Pendant The oval opal measuring 19.5 mm by 14.5 mm by 7.9 mm, amid diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds

Brooch Date: 1860–79 Culture: British Medium: gold, garnet Dimensions: Height: 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: 1977.288.1

An early 20th century diamond and opal set brooch, designed as a three panel opal centre within old cut diamond set openwork scroll border, all supporting opal drop, all claw, collet and pave set in yellow and white metal, the reverse with detachable brooch.

Earring | 6th–7th century | Byzantine | Gold, sapphire, pearl

A Fine 18 Karat Gold, Colored Diamond and Diamond Flower Brooch, Ambrosi, in white gold with yellow gold accent, consisting of a blossom composed of five unfurling petals pave set with 516 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 25.80 carats total and 12 round brilliant cut yellow diamonds (origin of color not tested) weighing approximately 0.36 carat total, extending to the sty

6th–7th century, Byzantine. Gold, sapphire, pearl. These elegant earrings are decorated with pearls, a favorite jewel of the Byzantines. Sapphires, then called hyakinthoi (hyacinths), became popular in Byzantine jewelry in the sixth century.