Among the Empress Eugenie's incredible jewels is this splendid diamond bow brooch, originally part of the “Diamants de la Couronne”, it was made by François Kramer. The impressive bow was originally intended as a buckle for a diamond belt. Eugénie asked her jeweler to make it more elaborate, to wear it with the pair of diamond tassels. Later five diamond pampilles were added.
A truly ravishing and romantic aquamarine and diamond pendant necklace from La Belle Époque. A cool, glacier-blue pear-shape aquamarine, measuring 20 carats, is wrapped in glistening diamond ribbons, delicately handcrafted in platinum over 18 karat
A Belle Epoque platinum, gold, enamel and diamond bow brooch, French, circa 1910. Designed in pink enamel with old mine and rose-cut diamond accents, in platinum and 18k yellow gold, the back with elegant foliate patterned engraving in yellow gold. 2.75 x 2 inches. #BelleÉpoque #brooch
Platinum and Diamond Bow Brooch, set with an old European-cut diamond weighing approx. 0.95 cts., further set with old European- and rose-cut diamonds, millegrain accents, lg. 2 1/8 in. Edwardian or Edwardian style.