An Art Deco cabochon emerald and diamond bracelet, Cartier, New York, 1923. Cabochon emeralds weighing approximately 70.00 carats, old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 9.50 carats, mounted in 18 karat gold and platinum, engraved on two separate collets London and England, on another collet numbered. #Cartier #ArtDeco #bracelet
An Art Nouveau enamel and pearl brooch, by Alfred Phillips, circa 1895. The two pink enamel scallop shells, each centred with a 3.2mm pearl, between two leaping fish set with blue, red and white enamel, maker's mark AP.
Stand out from the crowd in this unusual contemporary engagement ring. A solitary, brilliant cut diamond floats between a band of white gold and a wave of rose gold which sweeps around one side of this striking contemporary design. The combining of the two metals amplifies the magnificent sparkle of the diamond. We think you'll agree, this is a ring to turn heads with!
Cartier Diamond Ring, circa 1930s, set with two pear-shaped diamonds weighing 2.31 and 2.34 carats respectively, further accented with two marquise-shaped diamonds, signed Cartier London, case stamped Cartier Paris. (=)
Elegant, and unusual diamond engagement ring from Serendipity Diamonds. Two stone diamond engagement rings have risen dramatically in popularity, with captivating designs, with cross-over and twist settings. This particular style allows the wearer further opportunity to personalise further with any one of a number of bespoke plain or diamond set wedding rings to sit alongside.