A diamond necklace/tiara combination, circa 1890 Composed of graduating pierced flowerheads and leaves, the largest to the centre, set throughout with old brilliant, single and rose-cut diamonds, with a pear-shaped diamond drop, mounted in silver and gold, tiara frame deficient, central brooch fitting provided, diamonds approx. 5.60ct total, length 37.5cm, fitted case by Nathan & Co, Birmingham
DIAMOND AND SPINEL BROOCH , ca. 1910. Charming round, openwork brooch, the border decorated with fine leaf motifs, the top with finely openwork band motifs. The centre set with an iridescent blue/violet spinel in a yellow gold mount and set throughout with 4 old European-cut diamonds and numerous old European-cut diamonds and some rose-cut diamonds. French import marks.
A NECKLACE OF TWENTY-ONE ROMAN AMETHYST RING STONES CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-2ND CENTURY A.D. ... all mounted as a necklace in a Renaissance-style setting of octagonal linked segments looped together, with pearls projecting from the loops 19 5/8 in. (49.8 cm.) long