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A DIAMOND BOW PENDANT/BROOCH Designed as a pavé-set diamond double bow set with a circular-cut diamond weighing 4.56 carats, circa 1955, 6.0 cm wide, with French assay mark for platinum

PLATINUM, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 'RIBBON' BRACELET, PAUL FLATO Set with 45 cabochon sapphires weighing approximately 200.00 carats, gathered at the center by a bow, set with baguette and old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 7.85 carats, length 7 inches, unsigned; circa 1935. With box signed Paul Flato.

Emerald, ruby and diamond brooch, late 19th century Of ribbon bow design, the centre set with a step-cut emerald within a border of cushion-shaped and rose diamonds, surrounded by similarly set ribbon motifs, suspending a detachable emerald drop, encircled by a serpent set with rose diamonds and cabochon ruby eyes, French assay marks, later fitted case.

A gold and enamel bracelet, attributed to Vever, 1900 Comprising four translucent blue guilloché enamel panels each within a chased floral frame and applied portrait and bouquet plaques with festoon and circular-cut diamond collet connections, length 18.1 cm, c. 1900, with French and Russian assay marks, signed ‘L. Gautrait’, maker’s mark for Léon Gariod.

Again from Sotheby's 16 November 2016, a gorgeous diamond 1915 festoon-style tiara, featuring three elaborate foliate lyre-motifs