A Egyptian revival plique-à-jour enamel and amazonite scarab pendant/brooch, circa 1920, with modern fourteen karat gold chain carved amazonite scarab flanked to either side with stylized peacocks, each with an outstretched wing and suspending an amazonite drop; mounted in silver.
An Art Deco sapphire and diamond brooch, by Mauboussin Paris, circa 1924. Set throughout with old European- and single-cut diamonds, and calibré-cut sapphires. The openwork platinum mount shows the typical ‘millegrains’ finish. Unsigned. Accompanied by th
An emerald, diamond, and ruby brooch in the form of a beetle, with a fluted emerald body, old European and rose-cut diamond legs, calibré-cut emerald head and cabochon ruby eyes; estimated total diamond weight: 2.00 carats; mounted in eighteen karat gold.