CARTIER,diamond and turquoise parure. In 1980 a fabulous collection of jewels were sold from the estate of Lady Lydia Deterding. The sale included numerous signed pieces by Cartier and three major jewels of Russian imperial origin. She was born in Tashken
DIAMOND NECKLACE, PIAGET AND AN EMERALD DROP PENDANT. Of stylised loose knot design, set with brilliant-cut diamonds, to the detachable cabochon emerald drop, mounted in yellow and white gold, necklace length approximately 390mm, signed Piaget, French assay and maker's marks.
This alluring retrospective Victorian turquoise and 14 karat yellow gold brooch was created in the in emulation of nineteenth century Victorian jewelry. Interestingly, the brooch has acquired a quite noticeable patina during the last half cent