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Antique Cameo - Lady with Hat pendant or stick pin

Victorian Antique Cameo Hardstone on Carnelian with Seed Pearls Pendant or Pin

Headdress Ornament, Kingfisher feathers and carnelian, 1800s-1900s China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912)

Headdress Ornament, Kingfisher feathers and carnelian, 1800s-1900s China, Qing dynasty (1644-1912)

Fabergé Egyptian Revival Scarab Brooch, 1801 - 1947 Rhodolite garnet, gold, diamonds, rubies, enamel, silver

Jewels fit for a king! Incredible pieces by Faberge go on display

Fabergé Egyptian Revival Scarab Brooch, 1801 - 1947 Rhodolite garnet, gold, diamonds, rubies, enamel, silver

An elusive and quite rare Art Nouveau ring featuring a stunning antique brilliant cut sapphire highlighted by European cut diamonds, calibre cut chrysoprase and basse taille enameling in emerald green. The ring is crafted in 14 karat yellow gold and is sensational. Durand & Co. hallmark. A notable member of the Durand family is the famous Asher B. Durand, a Hudson River Valley painter who worked in the early 19th century.

An elusive and quite rare Art Nouveau ring featuring a stunning antique brilliant cut sapphire highlighted by European cut diamonds, calibre cut chrysoprase and basse taille enameling in emerald green. The ring is crafted in 14 karat yellow gold and is sensational. Durand & Co. hallmark. A notable member of the Durand family is the famous Asher B. Durand, a Hudson River Valley painter who worked in the early 19th century.

Art deco natural pearl and diamond jabot pin, by Janesich. Each terminal is designed as a pair of opposing swans, set with single-cut diamonds and calibré-cut onyx highlights, with a natural pearl and two baguette-cut diamonds between their curving necks; 2.3 tcw; 1925

Art deco natural pearl and diamond jabot pin, by Janesich. Each terminal is designed as a pair of opposing swans, set with single-cut diamonds and calibré-cut onyx highlights, with a natural pearl and two baguette-cut diamonds between their curving necks; 2.3 tcw; 1925

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