An Edwardian diamond pendant/brooch, circa 1905. Modeled as a central old brilliant-cut diamond, collet set within a diamond surround to the openwork quatrefoil diamond plaque of floral motif, suspended from a diamond-set suspension loop, with brooch fitting and fine-link neckchain, mounted in silver and gold, fitted case by Hunt & Roskell Ltd, Late Storr Mortimer, London,
Princess Margaret's Sapphire & Diamond Bow Brooch. Bow brooch is pavé-set diamond bow decorated w/ openwork sapphire, diamond wheel motifs & calibré-cut sapphire detail. Mounted in platinum & gold. Approximately 5.6 cm. wide. Circa 1920. It's not known how or when it came to be in possession of HRH Princess Margaret. Brooch, along with many of Princess Margaret's Jewels, was sold during a Christie's London auction in 2006. It sold for $37, 536. No information available as to the new owner.
A belle epoque aquamarine and diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1910 The openwork cartouche set with rose-cut diamonds and pear-shaped aquamarines, suspending a cicular millegrain-set old brilliant-cut diamond swag centre and terminating in three collet-set rose-cut diamond and pear-shaped aquamarine drops, mounted in silver and gold, diamonds approx. 0.70ct. total, length 6.0cm. by chrystal
A fine early Victorian diamond pendant, the pendant delicately set with a central floral cluster, to the centre of an ornate openwork scroll-design plaque, encrusted throughout with old brilliant- and rose-cut diamonds, with old brilliant-cut diamond drop, estimated to weigh a total of 6.3 carats, all cutdown silver collet-set to a yellow gold mount, with convertible brooch fitting, gross weight 16 grams, circa 1840.