An Edwardian ruby and diamond ring, circa 1910. The ring belonged to the novelist, poet and gardener, Vita Sackville-West, who is best remembered for her unorthodox marriage to the writer and diplomat Sir Harold Nicolson, her affair with Virginia Woolf during the 1920s and for creating some of the most admired and influential English gardens of the 20th century. What a beautiful way to set marquise stones.
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
A fine art deco emerald and diamond ring, circa 1925 The cut-cornered step-cut emerald, weighing 8.41 carats, between demi-lune and baguette-cut diamond shoulders, diamonds approximately 1.85 carats total, ring size M½, modern Cartier replacement case
Vana Kitchen Charm Necklace, Funny Greeting Card, Gift for Chefs and Bakers