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An Art Deco emerald and diamond brooch, 1920s. A bar brooch with annular terminals set with calibré-cut emeralds and circular-cut diamonds, converted from a jabot pin, later brooch fitting. #ArtDeco #brooch

DIAMOND TIARA, LATE 19TH CENTURY Designed as interweaving branches, set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds, inner circumference approximately 195mm, three leaves and three branches detachable, accompanied by brooch and ear clip fittings.

A ruby and diamond dragonfly brooch The body and wings set with old brilliant and rose-cut diamonds and circular-cut rubies, the abdomen with oval-cut rubies, mounted en tremblant, diamonds approximately 4.40 carats total, length 6.4cm, fitted case by Richard Digby, Sloane Street, London SW1. Victorian or Victorian style.

RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CARTIER, 1940S Of giardinetto design, the vase decorated with a step-cut sapphire, further set with calibré-cut and cushion shaped rubies, circular-, single-cut and baguette diamonds, signed Cartier Paris and numbered, French assay and partial maker's marks, case stamped Cartier.

SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, 1930S. The open work plaque of geometric design millegrain-set with circular-cut diamonds and cushion-shaped sapphires.

A diamond brooch. The rectangular plaque of pierced geometric design, millegrain-set throughout with brilliant and rose-cut diamonds, brilliant-cut diamonds approx. 1.25cts total, length 5.8cm. Edwardian or Edwardian style.

RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH. Of floral design, the open work frame claw-set with oval rubies and highlighted with brilliant-cut and tapered baguette diamonds, signed G. Ernst, Wiesbaden.