An early century diamond and opal set brooch, designed as a three panel opal centre within old-cut diamond set openwork scroll border, all supporting opal drop, all claw, collet and pave set in yellow and white metal.
Early Art Deco openwork diamond and onyx corsage brooch, of geometric design formed by two graduated kite motifs, millegrain set with lines of diamonds and inset with onyx sections, the smaller kite hung below on two detachable lines of articulated
Belle Epoque Platinum, Gold, Conch Pearl and Diamond Lavaliere Suspending one oval conch pearl an openwork garland motif, set throughout with old European-cut diamonds, circa delicate platinum chain. Doyle New York.
An Edwardian platinum and diamond necklace, The openwork platinum pendant composed of "knife edge" platinum wires with a fretwork design. The pendant features two brilliant diamonds. The larger of the stones is an old European cut diamond.