1835 Ruby and Diamond Tiara/Necklace, Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Set in silver on a gold frame, rubies, brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds. For such a tiara to survive is quite rare. Usually floral tiaras were broken apart in the late early Twentieth Century and made into brooches. This one has only had one adaptation. The frame was slightly altered so that it could be worn as a necklace.
Edwardian Crescent Moon Floral Brooch. This turn-of-the-twentieth century 14k yellow gold brooch displays a popular motif of the times – that of a crescent moon. Enhanced with daisy flowers and forget-me-nots, white and blue enamel brightens up every golden surface, the double green enamel leaves at each end. Circa 1900
A BELLE EPOQUE EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH, 1910S. Centring a square cut-cornered emerald within an oval-shaped openwork panel, with scrolling motifs, set throughout with rose and single-cut diamonds, and calibré-cut emerald details, 4.3 cm. #BelleÉpoque #brooch
A Belle Époque yellow sapphire and diamond brooch-pendant, J.E. Caldwell & Co., circa 1900 heart-shaped mixed-cut sapphire measuring approximately 23.5 x 20.9 x 11.3mm; signed J.E.C. & Co., ref. no. D7551; estimated total diamond weight: 1.20 carats; mounted in platinum-topped 18k gold; length: 1 1/2in.