Art Deco diamond earclips by Cartier, circa 1910. Each designed as a graduated series of open work circular motifs, millegrain-set with circular-, single-cut, and rose diamonds, signed Cartier, later modifications, screw back fittings. Via Sotheby’s.
A pair of art deco natural pearl earrings, circa 1925 The natural pearl drops, with diamond-set caps, suspended from openwork black enamelled frames with diamond-set links, enamel damaged throughout, length 6.4cm
A pair of Art Deco diamond earrings, circa 1920. Each formed as an articulated geometrically designed fancy and single-cut diamond-set surmount suspending a pear-cut diamond, one weighing 5.01 carats, the other weighing 5.03 carats, mounted in platinum, the remaining diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 6.19 carats in total, length 4.6cm.
Art Deco Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant Earrings, circa 1920s Two long aquamarine briolettes totaling approximately 55 carats are suspended on a line of round and rose cut diamonds mounted in platinum.