“ON FIRE” Tremendous Size & Dazzling Play of Color, GIA Certified 15.23 Carat Genuine Natural Australian Opal & Diamond Cocktail Ring. This one of a kind collector’s grade specimen is a spectacular example of an extra fine quality Coober Pedy Australian Opal.
“ON FIRE” Tremendous Size & Dazzling Play of Color, GIA Certified 15.23 Carat Genuine Natural Australian Opal & Diamond Cocktail Ring. This one of a kind collector’s grade specimen is a spectacular example of an extra fine quality Coober Pedy Australian Opal with the extraordinary and highly coveted vivid play of color “with ample red play” found only in the finest of genuine Australian opals. This world class estate ring features a jaw dropping 14.61 carat (Certified Carat Weight) GIA Certified Australian Opal surrounded by 0.62 carats of top quality near flawless VVS2-VS2 clarity F-G color round brilliant diamonds. In keeping with the exceptional quality of the opal and diamonds, the setting is heavy solid 18k white gold with elegance and grace that will draw attention to anyone who wears it.
Here is the most beautiful and amazing woven hair bracelet we’ve ever seen. The center plaque and clasp combination highlights a uniquely-cut, elongated octagonal amethyst with a faceted back and a cabochon (or buff-cut) top. The 18 karat yellow gold cartouche plaque is elaborately decorated with highly-baroque repousse work. However, the truly amazing aspect of this rare and gorgeous piece is the 4 and 3/4 inch-long by 1 and 3/16 inch-wide bracelet composed of intricately woven human hair! The reverse of the bracelet is engraved – “Esther Barlow Heyworth – Oct, 13th, Feb 1828 At, 18.” 7 inches long by 1 and 3/4 inches wide. Extraordinary and, after almost two centuries, in pristine condition!
Center Amethyst details
Cut/Shape: Cabochon Cut
Carat Weight: 7.50 carat
Measurements: 20.00 x 7.80 x 6.80 mm
The Boucheron tiara was left to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother by the Hon. Mrs Greville from Boucheron in London on 8th January, 1921. It was made up from the customers stones which were taken from an old tiara.
The 1936 Cartier “Halo” Tiara that the Queen loaned to Kate Middleton on her wedding day. It was made in 1936 and purchased by the Duke of York (later King George VI) for his wife, Elizabeth’s mother (also Elizabeth — the first!). Queen Elizabeth II received it as an 18th-birthday present, at which time she was Princess Elizabeth.
The Strathmore Rose TiaraThis is the Strathmore Rose Tiara was a gift to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the future Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) from her father, the Earl of Strathmore, for her wedding in 1923. The piece itself is likely older than that; it may have already been an antique when the Earl purchased it. The tiara features a garland of wild roses in diamonds mounted in silver and gold.
This tiara was one of the future Queen Mary’s wedding presents in 1893. Named the Girls of Great Britain & Ireland Tiara. It is also Queen Elizabeth II favorite tiara.
Rare and Unique GIA Certified 4.55 Carat “Estate” NO HEAT Ruby & Diamond Pendant Necklace. This extraordinary pendant features a 3.51 VVS2 clarity “UNHEATED & UNTREATED” vivid “pigeon blood purple-red color” earth mined ruby that is set with 18 large & stunning near flawless to eye clean VS2-SI2 clarity “Colorless & Near Colorless” F-G diamonds. These elegant hand cut and hand set diamond beauties total an impressive 1.04 carats and feature exceptional sparkle and fire. The setting is a true masterpiece featuring SOLID PLATINUM and an eye catching classic design. The solid 18k white gold chain offers 18 inches of wearable length.
Captivate onlookers with this incredible marquise cut diamond engagement ring. Poised in the center of this magnificent designer setting is a 3.26ct marquise cut diamond AGS graded at J-SI2. The center stone faces up like a four carat diamond and has a very pleasing shape. The one-of-a-kind shank is adorned with marquise and round brilliant cut diamonds all the way around in an eternity style. The spectacular basket is embellished with additional marquise and round cut diamonds and filigree accents throughout. Stunning and brilliant–this substantial marquise diamond engagement ring is surely to become an heirloom.
Gorgeous black and gold gladiator bangle. Click here to get this bangle free.
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A Gorgeous 5.31 Carat Emerald and Edwardian Diamond Ring, A big, bright and lively square emerald-cut emerald, weighing 5.31 carats, is the star attraction of this sublime and stunning late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco bauble, finely crafted in platinum, circa 1920. The impressive emerald possesses a crystalline brilliance which glistens and glows under all types of lighting (i.e. day or night). A true vintage beauty.
Center Emerald details
Cut/Shape: Square Emerald Cut
Carat Weight: 5.31 carat
Measurements: 10.70 x 11.05 x 6.30 mm
Additional Gemstone Details
10 Single Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.15 carat
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 0.15
Pink argyle diamond tiara designed by the royal jeweler, Asprey of London. It is encrusted with 178 rare Argyle pink diamonds, making up almost 20 carats.The one-of-a-kind piece was designed by the Royal Jeweler, Asprey of London, and is encrusted with 178 rare Argyle pink diamonds, making up almost 20 carats. The piece recognizes the diamond jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
Those of us who have dreamed of owning the 20-carat Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara can keep on dreaming. Australian jewelry retailer Linneys bought the rare jeweled piece of art.
Designed by the Royal Jeweler Asprey of London a few years back, the Argyle tiara displays 178 rare Argyle pink diamonds. Diamonds found form within the Argyle mine in Australia are known to have the most vivid pink color saturation from any pink diamonds mined. One can imagine that of any jewels to be used when designing such a luxurious tiara, Argyle diamonds would be on the top of the list.
The tiara is one of the most significant pieces of pink diamond jewelry in history. The headpiece has managed to capture the past, present, and future in one magnificent item by combining traditional style with a modern day coveted stone, which might not be around for much longer. The center stone of this unbelievable piece of art is actually a detachable ring that can easily be removed from the tiara at any point. Meaning, even when it is not worn as a luxurious head piece, parts of it can still be admired and utilized as magnificent diamond jewelry.
World Class 1.50 Carat UNTREATED Near Flawless to Eye Clean VS1-SI2 Clarity G-H Color Diamond 3 Stone Past, Present & Future Engagement – Anniversary Ring. This one of a kind estate ring features three JUMBO Size diamonds totaling 0.95 carats PLUS accent diamonds that total an additional 0.55 carats with near colorless “G-H” color, elegant round brilliant, master cutting and Near Flawless VS1-VS2 clarity with ELECTRIC SPARKING FIRE!…a true untreated near colorless natural diamond treasure!