A tourmaline and diamond brooch The heart-shaped pink tourmaline, within an old brilliant, single and rose-cut diamond ribbon and garland surround, old brilliant and single-cut diamonds approx. 0.30ct total, length 3.9cm, fitted case by Tessier, New Bond Street. Edwardian or Edwardian style or earlier.
AN ART DECO DIAMOND BROOCH, BY BOURDIER PARIS, CIRCA 1920. Designed as a ribbon bow, pavé set throughout with diamonds and set with a line of baquette cut diamonds to the centre knot, mounted in platinum, signed Bourdier Paris, with French assay marks. #Bourdier #ArtDeco #brooch
Diamond Brooch, ca. 1955 The three strands of brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds arranged in the form of a knot and tassel, around a central brilliant-cut diamond, principal diamonds weighing 1.40, 1.26, 1.20 and 0.98 carats, remaining brilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.50 carats total, baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.00 carats total, length 7.0cm
An Art Deco aquamarine and diamond brooch, the baguette shaped aquamarine is millegrain set between two diamond set flower-head sections within rectangular diamond set border. 4cm long. #ArtDeco #brooch
A Belle Epoque opal and diamond brooch, circa 1905. The single-cut diamond tied ribbon bow suspending an old brilliant-cut diamond and a circular cabochon opal with a single-cut diamond border, mounted in silver and gold, detachable brooch fitting. #BelleÉpoque #brooch
The openwork lozenge shape panel of foliate design, centering upon an oval-shaped ruby, within a brilliant-cut diamond and circular-cut ruby two-tiered surround and marquise-cut diamond trim, extending to the oval-shaped ruby and marquise-cut diamond quatrefoil clusters, alternating with old European-cut diamond and circular-cut ruby accents, mounted in 18k white gold, 5.8 cm long, with French assay mark for gold Signed Van Cleef & Arpels