Sold for $260,000
The openwork floral ribbon bow set with an Asscher-cut yellow diamond weighing 6.22 carats, further decorated by a pair of emerald-cut emeralds, a trilliant-cut diamond, a kite-shaped diamond, and numerous small round diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold
Sold for $420,000
Suspending a pear-shaped diamond weighing 9.38 carats, mounted in 18k white gold; together with a 14k white gold trace linking chain, length 14 1/2 ins, not illustrated
With report 2165078302 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is F colour, VS1 clarity, accompanied by a working diagram indicating that the clarity may be improvable
Sold for $150,000
Of floral and ribbon spray design, set with a cushion-shaped sapphire weighing approximately 41.50 carats, and round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 15.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold
Sold for $160,000
The hinged hoop designed as a sculpted tiger with swivelling head, pavé-set throughout with yellow diamonds enhanced by stripes of calibré-cut onyx, the eyes set with pear-shaped emeralds, mounted in 18k gold, interior circumference 6 ins, signed Cartier and numbered 011695, French assay marks
Sold For $320,000
Set with a pair of round diamonds weighing 13.58 carats and 13.63 carats, framed by a row of small round diamonds and a diamond-set floral motif, mounted in 14k white gold
Sold for $800,000
The wide bombe band set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 7.62 carats, amid pavé-set diamond shoulders and gallery, mounted in 18k gold
With report 11090179 dated 29 September 2011 from the Gubelin Gem Lab stating that gemmological testing revealed characteristics consistent with those of rubies originating from Burma (Myanmar). No indications of heating.
Sold for $400,000
Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 8.62 carats, flanked on either side by a smaller pear-shaped diamond, mounted in platinum
With report 2125637883 dated 24 September 2010 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is E colour, VVS1 clarity.
Sold for $230,000
Designed as a graduated series of pansies, each centering an old mine-cut diamond amid petals and foliage decorated with smaller old mine-cut and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, flowers detachable with fittings to wear as brooches and hair ornaments, with box monogrammed RB and stamped R & S Garrard & Co., Goldsmiths, Jewellers, & c. To The King, By Special Appointment To The Crown, Haymarket, London.
Sold for $130,000
Designed as a reposing tiger, the swivelling head and articulated body, paws and tail decorated throughout with varying shades of pavé-set yellow diamonds and diamonds, enhanced by calibré-cut sapphire stripes, black enamel details and emerald eyes, mounted in 18k gold, signed René Boivin, Paris, French assay marks, with an oval taupe velvet case stamped René Boivin Joaillier, 4, Avenue De L'Opéra, Paris
Sold for $200,000
Set with an emerald-cut fancy vivid yellow diamond weighing 5.19 carats, between round and baguette-cut tapered shoulders of stepped design, mounted in platinum, signed Ellis Bros., with original box
With report 5131964550 dated 10 October 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy vivid yellow, natural colour, VS1 clarity
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