CARTIER. "Rajasthan" Collier – platine, une émeraude de Colombie coussin antique gravée de 136,97 carats, quarante-six boules émeraude d’Afghanistan côtelées pour 343,68 carats, un rubis poire gravé, diamants taille brillant. #Cartier #CartierMagicien #HauteJoaillerie #FineJewelry #CarvedStones #TuttiFrutti #Emeralds #Ruby #Diamonds
Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis – Alain.R.Truong
Grand Duchess Vladimir's Emerald and Diamond Ear Pendants - cabochon Colombian emeralds - Grand Duke Vladimir's wedding parure for bride Maia Pavlovna - to their daughter Elena who married Prince Nicolas of Greece and Denmark - to Princess Olga - to the Thurn und Taxis family - $800,000 at auction
Diamonds in the Library
Important Art Deco Colombian Cushion Cut Natural Emerald Ring , circa 1925-30. The important 7.10 carat natural classic Columbian emerald has an AGL certification # CS/51044 and is truly hypnotic. An original period styled handmade platinum mounting incorporates 12 baguette cut diamonds weighing approximately .025-.06 carats each, 26 old European cut and single cut diamonds weighing between .002-.005 carats, all with millgrain and engraved detail. Via 1stdibs.
Graff on Instagram: “An exceptional 11.76 carat emerald cut Colombian emerald ring, incorporating 6.65 carats of the finest diamonds, showcases Graff's ability…”
An exceptional 11.76 carat emerald cut Colombian emerald ring, incorporating 6.65 carats of the finest diamonds, showcases Graff's ability to create classic yet contemporary designs that will continue to captivate for many years to come.
A SPECTACULAR EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH
A SPECTACULAR EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH Centering upon a square-cut emerald, weighing approximately 29.67 carats, within a circular-cut and pear-shaped diamond cluster surround, enhanced by a similarly-set detachable base, mounted in platinum and gold
2.77 Carat Emerald and Bullet-Cut Diamond Art Deco Ring
2.77 Carat Emerald and Bullet-Cut Diamond Art Deco Ring: old mine Colombian Emerald, weighing 2.77 carats (but presenting about one carat larger due to its spready cut), is classically showcased in platinum between a shimmering pair of bullet-cut diamonds, together weighing one-half carat. A simply stunning Art Deco jewel, circa 1930s.