A late 19th century amethyst and diamond pansy brooch, circa 1880 The single bloom with carved amethyst petals and central cushion-shaped diamond, weighing 1.53 carats, to realistically modelled leaves and stem set throughout with old brilliant-cut diamonds, hinged bangle fitting supplied, inner diameter 5.4cm., one diamond deficient, remaining diamonds approximately 3.90 carats total, brooch height 7.6cm.
A pair of Art Deco ruby diamond pendant earrings, ca 1925. Each French-cut ruby suspending a tapering articulated drop set with French calibré-cut rubies single-cut diamonds, terminating with a French-cut ruby swing drop, length 4.3cm., fitted case by Johnson Walker Tolhurst.
LEVINGER & BISSINGER (Attributed) An impressive gilded silver plique-a-jour pendant with graduated colours set with a central amethyst and pearls with pearl drops. Original chain. German. Circa 1900. Unidentified mark and ‘900’. Size: Height of pendant 6.5 cm. Width 6 cm. (Fitted case) Lit.: Schmuck in Deutschland und Österreich 1895-1914. Ulrike von Hase. Jugendstil-Schmuck // Art Nouveau Jewellery from Pforzheim. Fritz Falk
An early Art Deco gold, amethyst and diamond pendant, Russian, circa 1910. Designed as a stylised lotus flower an octagonal amethyst and small brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending a pendant set with a round faceted amethyst drop and two small brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k yellow gold.