TRIPLE-STRAND CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE The slightly graduated rows strung with cultured pearls measuring approximately 9.1 to 12.6 mm., spaced by rondelles set with round diamonds, the openwork rectangular clasp also set with small round diamonds, altogether weighing approximately 4.30 carats, mounted in 18 karat white gold, length approximately 16 to 19½ inches.
18 KARAT WHITE GOLD, CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE AND PENDANT-EARRINGS The double-strand necklace composed of 50 baroque cultured pearls measuring approximately 17.2 by 19.8 mm to 12.6 by 13.0 mm, accented by round diamonds weighing 17.00 carats, length 19¼ inches; together with a pair of pendant-earrings set with round diamonds weighing 2.65 carats, suspending two cultured pearls measuring approximately 14.2 by 15.0 mm and 14.5 by 15.1 mm; pendants detachable.
A model wears a Gulf Pearl Necklace at Christies auction house on September 6, 2006 in London, England. The necklace, part of the 'Harry Winston' suite, is the considered finest range of drop pearls to appear on the market in over 100 years and has an estimated value of USD20m.
Estate Jewelry, White Opals, Graduated Opal Bead Necklace ~ M.S. Rau Antiques. Thirty-nine incredibly rare and large opal beads, weighing an amazing 386.00 total carats. The opals are adorned by platinum rondelles and secured with an 18K white gold ball clasp, all of which are bejeweled with 4.46 carats of sparkling white diamonds. 19" length. $188,500
Thirty-one stunning opal beads totaling an extraordinary 540 carats comprise this mesmerizing necklace. The graduated gems are an impressive size, with each exhibiting a high level of translucence and a rainbow of colors. To find 31 all-natural, matching beads of this giant size and exceptional quality is extraordinary beyond compare. Each resplendent orb is separated by elegant white gold rondells set with 5.23 carats of shimmering diamonds and secured with a pavé diamond ball…
A BLUE CHALCEDONY, DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD NECKLACE, BY SUZANNE BELPERRON Designed as a two-strand blue chalcedony bead necklace, joined by a detachable platinum clip, with square and single-cut diamond trim, 15¼ ins., circa 1935, with French assay marks and maker's mark With maker's mark for Groene et Darde