Platinum, Sapphire, and Diamond Wristwatch, Cartier, the white dial with Arabic numeral indicators, enclosing manual-wind European Watch & Clock Company Inc. 19-jewel movement, case and bracelet set with fancy-cut sapphires and full- and single-cut diamond melee, dial and clasp signed.
Platinum, Diamond, Emerald and Enamel Brooch, Cartier, Circa 1925 Designed as a fountain, set throughout with numerous old European and single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 3.35 carats, accented by calibré-cut emeralds and black enamel,
A fine art deco emerald and diamond cuff, by Cartier, circa 1925 The old brilliant-cut diamond cuff set with a row of five emerald cabochons, set between baguette-cut diamond borders and accents, completed by a brick-link bracelet strap with a single and baguette-cut diamond clasp.
Art Deco Platinum, Diamond and Sapphire Brooch, Cartier The openwork tapered oval brooch topped by one square-cut sapphire, accented by 3 diamond-shaped sapphires spaced by 2 round sapphires, set throughout with 66 old European and single-cut diamonds approximately 3.05 cts., and 4 rose-cut diamonds, signed Cartier, no. 1399, circa 1920.
An Art Deco diamond cliquet pin, by Cartier, circa 1925 Of stylised tree design, pavé-set throughout with single and round brilliant-cut diamonds and centrally with two old rectangular cushion-cut diamonds, with round brilliant-cut diamond and black enamel highlights, the 'pot' base similarly-set, length 50mm, numbered '3433' and signed 'Cartier', the two principal diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 1.02cts and 0.90ct, the remaining diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 2.56cts.
SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, CARTIER, 1930S. Claw set to the centre with a circular-cut diamond set between step-cut sapphire shoulders, size L, rubbed Cartier signature, signed Made in France, numbered, French assay marks.
Gold, Platinum, Citrine and Diamond Brooch, Cartier Of foliate design, set with numerous citrine beads and carved citrines in the form of leaves, accented by old European and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.35 carats, signed Cartier; circa 1935.