AN IMPRESSIVE DIAMOND CHOKER The openwork circular-cut diamond bib of garland design, set with a central pear-shaped diamond, within a diamond collet frame, enhanced by diamond collet swags and floral motifs, to the similarly-set tapering collar, mounted in white gold, (segment detachable for length adjustment), 12¼ or 13¼ ins. Edwardian or Edwardian style.
A green toumaline and diamond brooch and earring suite The brooch centrally-set with a rectangular step-cut green tourmaline, within an openwork cartouche of geometric, foliate and floral motifs, set throughout with old brilliant and single-cut diamonds, suspending a pear-shaped green tourmaline drop, accompanied by a pair of earrings en suite, diamonds (partially illustrated). Edwardian or Edwardian style.
A Georgian blue glass and diamond cluster brooch A Georgian Bristol blue glass and diamond cluster brooch, the brooch comprising a central diamond-set urn motif encased in a marquise-shaped blue glass plaque, all within an old-cut diamond-set cluster border, silver cutdown collet-set to a yellow gold mount and brooch fitting, gross weight 7 grams, circa 1820
A turquoise and diamond ring, Sabbadini designed as a rectangular plaque, set with baguette and circular-cut diamonds, centering an oval turquoise cabochon, measuring approximately 19.0 x 14.0mm.; signed Sabbadini, with signed box; estimated total diamond weight: 5.30 carats; mounted in eighteen karat white gold.