An art deco sapphire and diamond clip brooch, by J R Ogden & Sons, circa 1935. The tapering openwork plaque of scrolling design collet-set with graduated oval-cut sapphires, brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 2.85cts total, signed J R Ogden & Sons, length 4.9cm, fitted case
A late 19th century gem-set, pearl and diamond brooch. Of gothic inspiration, the large openwork rectangular plaque, composed of four old brilliant-cut diamond lines highlighted at their intersection with oval-cut rubies in square collet-settings, within a pearl and half-pearl, similarly-cut ruby and step-cut diamond surround, decorated with rose-cut diamonds, beading and scrolling details, old brilliant-cut diamonds approx. 1.75cts total, probably converted from a buckle
Chaumet bracelet in white gold set with a 39.05ct cabochon-cut white opal from Ethiopia, brilliant-cut diamonds, and oval-cut violet sapphires from Ceylon and Madagascar and round violet sapphires. From the Lumieres d’Eau high jewellery collection.