Pair of star ruby and diamond earrings, Yard. Of Art Deco design, each suspending an oscillating cabochon star ruby altogether weighing approximately 6.89 carats, within a frame set with baguette and circular-cut diamonds, highlighted by a similar cabochon star ruby altogether weighing approximately 3.00 carats, to a surmount set with circular-cut, baguette and half moon-shaped diamonds, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 1.80 carats, mounted in platinum, signed. Via Sotheby’s.
Colorful sapphire and diamond bracelet, composed of various-shaped multi-color sapphires with interspersed rose-cut diamonds; estimated total colored sapphire weight: 182.00 carats; estimated total diamond weight: 2.00 carats; mounted in eighteen karat white gold; length: 7in.; width: 1 3/4in. Via Diamonds in the Library.
RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CARTIER, CIRCA 1925 Cushion-shaped and oval rubies weighing a total of approximately 62.00 carats, accented by half-moon-shaped, round, single-cut, baguette and epaulette-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 9.60 carats, signed Cartier.
A pair of 19th century diamond pendent earrings Each bow surmount suspending a pear-shaped drop, with diamond swing centre and finial, set throughout with old brilliant and cushion-shaped diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, principal diamonds approximately 1.65 and 1.75 carats, remaining diamonds approximately 2.00 carats total
An art deco diamond and emerald bracelet, circa 1925 centering an old European-cut diamond within a radiating surround of calibré-cut emeralds and single-cut diamonds, completed by a tapered bracelet; with French import marks; central diamond weighing approximately: 1.25 carats; remaining diamonds weighing approximately: 4.80 carats total; mounted in platinum; length: 6 1/4in.**
pair of diamond pendant earrings, Harry Winston, 1967. each designed as a pear-shaped diamond, weighing 3.90 and 3.43 carats, suspended from a marquise-shaped diamond and a cluster surmount of pear-shaped diamonds; unsigned, no. 6439, with signed box; remaining diamonds weighing approximately: 5.50 carats total.
In the summer of 1963, a 198.28-carat fancy brown diamond was found in the South African diamond fields. This unusual stone was purchased by Julius Cohen, New York City manufacturing jeweler, under whose direction it was fashioned by the firm of S & M Kaufman into a Fancy Orange-Brown 104.16-carat pear shape. The stone has a total of 189 facets (67 on the crown, 65 vertical facetrs along the girdle, and 57 on the pavilion) and measures 24.98 mm wide, 39.10 mm long, and 16.00 mm deep. It has a...