DIAMOND BROOCH, 1890S Designed as a flower head centring on a cushion-shaped diamond, the petals set throughout with rose-, single- and circular-cut diamonds, one stone a later replacement, detachable brooch fitting.
Mid-19th Century Diamond Foliate Pin. Open circular-shaped foliate motif pin, set with old mine-cut and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.75 total carats, mounted in silver-topped gold, circa 1850. 1.30" length (33mm) and 1.18" width at widest point (30mm).
A diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1890 The oval openwork plaque designed as a radiating starburst, set throughout with cushion-shaped diamonds, the largest to the centre, suspended from a detachable similarly-cut diamond-set bale, mounted in silver and gold, principal diamond approx. 1.15cts, remaining diamonds approx. 4.05cts total, length 5.0cm
Art Deco Platinum and Diamond Clip, of navette form, prong-set with an old European-cut diamond weighing approx. 2.25 cts., and further set with old European, pear, and old single-cut diamonds, approx. total wt. 6.50 cts., millegrain accents, finely pierced clip back, lg. 1 1/4 in.
Marie Antoinette’s Cameos by Mellerio dits Meller. The bracelet was bought by Marie Antoinette and was spirited away for safekeeping along with her other things during the French Revolution by the Mellerio family. Over time it came to be auctioned and ended up in the french countryside before the grandson of its purchaser called the Mellerio dits Meller house and it found its way home. Mellerios are working with experts to verify the piece’s hist
19th century pink topaz and diamond cluster ring, c.1860, the claw set oval cut topaz to a border of diamonds, these cut-down collet set in silver with pierced gold gallery, butterfly shoulders and reeded shank
A BELLE EPOQUE RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH Of garland design, the old and rose-cut diamond scrolls with calibré-cut ruby line detail suspending an old-cut diamond collet swag with ruby and diamond cluster pendant, circa 1905, 4.1 cm high