YELLOW GOLD, RUBY AND DIAMOND WRISTWATCH, 1940S. The hinged bangle of fluted design highlighted with buff-toped calibré-cut rubies, set at the front with a rectangular dial with black arabic numerals, the terminals set with cabochon and calibré-cut rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, circumference approximately 155mm.
This necklace is made with a 0.6 ct natural Ethiopian Welo fire Opal cabochon stone measuring 6.5 mm in diameter combined with 925 Sterling silver setting, optional design elements and a 925 silver chain. The color visibility grade of the stone is AAA+ based on the fact, that it shows fire in both natural and indoor light - it is a stunning beauty, which combines softer pastel shades of green, pink, yellow, blue and orange - the fire is clearly visible enough but is not overwhelming in…
Created by Toussaint and Pierre Lemarchand, the design of the singing bird in an open cage, a symbolic concept of France's newly restored freedom from the German occupation and the end of the war. Coral, diamonds, lapis lazuli, platinum and yellow gold.
A work of wearable art created by the estimable Chicago -ased house of jewels in conjunction with the Parisian jewelry masters - Mauboussin, circa 1940s. This fabulous multi-dimensional abstract masterpiece is composed of two-tone yellow and rose gold and features a curved row of luscious red cabochon rubies, totaling 12.00 carats, enhanced by small sparkling round diamonds and a flare of baguettes.