"A pair of art deco diamond and enamel pendent earrings, circa 1925. Each old brilliant and single-cut diamond surmount suspends a single-cut diamond foliate motif within a black enamel openwork geometric plaque, and terminates in a pear-shaped diamond drop, pear-shaped diamonds, approx. 3.30cts total, length 5.6cm."
An art deco diamond and emerald ring, circa 1925 The rectangular step-cut diamond, weighing 4.92 carats, claw-set between tiered shoulders set with baguette-cut diamond and rectangular-cut emerald accents
Art Deco diamond ring, circa 1935. Set to centre with a rectangle step cut diamond, 2.62 carats, I colour, VS2 clarity, in an open back corner claw setting, flanked by four vertically set rectangle baguette cut diamonds in open back rubover settings with an approximate combined weight of 0.50 carats. Platinum
An early 20th century Art Deco pair of sapphire & diamond pendent earrings. Of openwork inverted lotus shape, millegrain-set throughout with old brilliant & single-cut diamonds & calibré-cut sapphires, to an articulated line surmount of old brilliant-cut diamonds & square-cut sapphires, diamonds approx 1.00 ct total, later fitting, length 4.6 cm.
An art deco diamond, sapphire and platinum brooch, circa 1915 the ribbon brooch set throughout with single and old European-cut diamonds and accented with calibré-cut sapphires; estimated total diamond weight: 2.25 carats; length: 3¾in.