AN ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS The central circular-cut diamond collets alternating with twin hexagonal-cut diamonds, within baguette and brilliant-cut diamond flexible tapered border, suspending a circular-cut diamond tassel, with sliding clasp, 1922, adjustable size, with French assay mark for platinum Signed Van Cleef & Arpels Paris, no. 20711
A Belle Epoque platinum and diamond necklace, by Chaumet, circa 1911. Featuring a pair of very large pear-shaped diamonds of the finest quality, set into light, flexible platinum settings. Supplied to the Maharaja of Indore. #BelleÉpoque #necklace
Gold, Enamel, Pearl and Diamond Pendant-Necklace The floret-shaped links supporting a circular pendant centering a flowerhead, the links applied with white and cobalt blue enamel, the flowerhead centering a diamond, the corners of the pendant set with pearls, length 17½ inches, the pendant signed C.G. for Carlo Giuliano; circa 1865-1895.
A BELLE ÉPOQUE DIAMOND CORSAGE ORNAMENT, BY CHAUMET. The central heart-shaped diamond weighing 5.48 carats suspended within a twin 'L' monogram mounted with old-cut diamonds to the collet border and wreath surround suspending two pear-shaped diamonds, with pavé-set diamond floral spray sides, converts to form three brooches, adapted, circa 1905.
A stylish necklace from the 1920s, designed to evoke a waterfall. It is set with circular-cut diamonds suspending seven cabochon emerald drops. The ring, probably by Boivin, has a step-cut emerald within an articulated bezel set with a fringe of baguette diamonds, 1930s. Courtesy Sotheby’s.