Art Deco Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant Earrings, circa 1920s Two long aquamarine briolettes totaling approximately 55 carats are suspended on a line of round and rose cut diamonds mounted in platinum.
An Edwardian Platinum Topped Gold, Natural Blue Spinel and Diamond Pendant/Brooch, containing one cushion cut greenish blue spinel in a multi claw prong setting within an interwoven foliate motif openwork surround and hinged drop containing numerous old European and old single cut diamonds together with a drop shape baroque pearl (origin not tested), gold brooch fittings, suspension hooks allow wear as pendant.
"An early 20th century aquamarine and diamond necklace. The front composed of three delicate quatrefoil clusters, millegrain-set throughout with cushion-shaped and oval-cut aquamarines and old brilliant and single-cut diamonds, connected by similarly set single-cut diamond foliate swags, suspending a large cushion-shaped aquamarine pendant, mounted in platinum and yellow gold, on a fine trace-link chain. Via Bonhams."