French Mid-Century Gold and Platinum Flower Brooch by Pierre Sterlé Brooches Jewelry Antique Jewelry Tiffany Lamps Art Nouveau
A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FLOWER BROOCH, BY CARTIER The vari-cut diamond cluster centre set en tremblant, within the calibré-cut sapphire petals to the graduated baguette-cut diamond stem and brilliant-cut diamond leaf (two sapphires deficient), circa 1960, 7.0 cm. high, with French assay marks for platinum and gold, in red leather Cartier case Signed Cartier OCC, No. 1655
Platinum, 18 Karat Gold, Cultured Pearl, Diamond, Ruby and Enamel 'Ailes' Brooch, Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co., France 1967
yellow-egg KILAKILA gimel
A DIAMOND AND TSAVORITE GARNET BROOCH, BY TIFFANY & CO. Designed as two circular-cut diamond Queen Anne's Lace flower blossoms
Emerald and Diamond 'Flower' Brooch Designed as a flower, centring on a cabochon emerald weighing 10.49 carats, to petals pavé-set with old European- and circular-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 7.00 carats, mounted in 18 karat yellow and blackened gold.
Platinum and diamond stylised tree in container or tub, the diamonds of different cuts - round, baguette, half moon etc. C. 1929, Mauboussin.
Set with three jadeite toad plaque of intense green colour and good translucency, decorated by tourmaline and brilliant-cut diamond, mounted in 18k white gold. Accompanied by Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory report no. KJ 83927 dated 16 January, 2014 stating that the jadeite is natural, known in the trade as 'A Jade'.
Labradorite, gold and diamond brooch, Sterlé, 1960s | lot | Sotheby's
Schlumberger® Egg charm and chain
Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Orchid clip of platinum and 18k gold with 241 diamonds and 35 emeralds, which includes a removable pin with turquoise. #TiffanyPinterest
An art deco diamond and rock crystal dress clip, by Georges Fouquet The inverted rock crystal arc, centering upon a pierced single and old European-cut diamond fan-shaped plaque, trimmed by a graduated line of collet-set old European-cut diamonds, the terminals decorated with intersecting bands of single and old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k white gold, circa 1930, with French assay mark. With maker's mark for Georges Fouquet