Platinum, Sapphire and Diamond Brooch, French, Circa 1920
A BELLE EPOQUE DIAMOND AND SPINEL BROOCH , ca. 1910. Charming round openwork brooch, the border decorated with fine leaf motifs, the top with finely openwork band motifs. The centre set with an iridescent blue/violet spinel in a yellow gold mount and set with old European-cut diamonds and some rose-cut diamonds. French import marks. #BelleEpoque #antique #brooch
Natural pearl and diamond brooch, French or English, 1920s. Natural pearls, old European-cut diamonds, platinum.
Cartier: art deco jadeite, sapphire, diamond and rock crystal brooch, circa 1923. Christie's.
Mistletoe shaped brooch, France, ca. 1890, diamonds, natural pearls, 18k gold, silver, 4.5 × 3.3cm, 4.3g
A recap of The Duchess's borrowed jewellery from the Queen's collection this year. 1: The maple leaf brooch was given to Queen Elizabeth (future Queen Mum) in 1939 by her husband ahead of their Canadian tour. 2: The Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara was designed by Queen Mary who was inspired by a tiara owned by her grandmother, Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge. This became one of Diana's signature tiaras. 3: What seems to be a long term loan from the Queen, these diamond chandelier earrings have…