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Art Deco ruby and diamond rings, 1930s. Each ring of bombé hammerhead design, respectively set with circular-cut rubies and diamonds.

An art deco diamond ring, circa 1920 centering an old European-cut diamond within a bombé mount of old European, rose and single-cut diamonds; central diamond weighing approximately: 1.80 carats; mounted in platinum; size 7 3/4

A diamond serpent necklace, in the form of a snake, the platinum body finely set with old brilliant cut diamonds in a bombé scale pattern, its body entwined to form the neck. Paris, circa 1919. Attributed to the Lavabre workshop. Lavabre supplied Cartier Paris with diamond set jewels and a necklace of identical design made by Lavabre for Cartier is held in the Cartier Collection.