Crowns of the russian empire
Hairpin, 1700s, Spain,
Necklace, 1700s, India.
Art Deco Opposing Minarets Diamond & Sapphire Ring, circa 1920’s. Center diamonds are of I+ color VS+ clarity. Center is approximately 0.50 ct, two sides 0.30 ct each. 34 calibrated french cut sapphires surround the center stones. Finishing touch are graduated diamonds of very fine quality forming a Persian style onion-dome at each end. Sides contain two marquise shaped sapphires and pave diamonds. Via 1stdibs.
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An eighteen karat gold and gem-set bracelet;the mesh band centering a free-form granulated plaque, set with a circular-cut pink spinel, measuring approximately 12.60 x 12.50mm., within a vari-cut spessertite garnet and ruby surround; flanked by similarly designed links; with maker’s mark for Kent Raible; gross weight approximately: 96.2 grams; approximately: length: 6in. Via Bonhams.
Scissors, 1851-75. Steel. England.
Pen set of Duchess Wera Konstantinowna, 1880. Russia. © H. Zwietasch, Landesmuseum Württemberg. Part of the exhibition Reflected Glory: The Romanovs, Würtemberg and Europe, 5 oct - 23 march 2014, Stuttgart.
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