Art Deco sapphire, diamond, and platinum cocktail ring by Cartier. Made in France between 1920and 1940, this antique beauty features 8.4 carats of deep blue sapphires accented by 0.34 carats of natural round diamonds. Via Diamonds in the Library.
found poetry.... OH MY GOSH I WAN TO TRY THIS!!! or just pick out random words from a page and use them in a poem... But this is amazing! It would get you thinking so much so that even if you can't find a poem on the given page, you'll probably find a poem on the blank page in your mind... I'm thinking cure for writers block
Art Deco Oscar Heyman Bros aquamarine and diamond bracelet. “Dispel the blues with this glorious aquamarine and diamond bracelet. Aquamarines, a “sea water” blue stone, was promised by medieval sages to bestow the virtues of insight and foresight to the gem’s wearers. A stunning signed bracelet from Oscar Heyman Brothers, circa 1925, showcases 24 aquamarines, 25.00 carats, linked with diamond accents, 1.35 carats, handmade in platinum.” Via 1stdibs.
RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, CIRCA 1935 Set with an oval cabochon ruby weighing approximately 7.50 carats, flanked by rows of 48 single-cut and 16 round diamonds weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in platinum, size 3½, numbered 3055.