The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When Louise married the Earl of Fife in 1887 at Buckingham Palace, she received many presents including the stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds which alternate with round diamonds. Though it is not certain, the tiara is believed to be the work of Parisian jeweler, Oscar Massin.
An Exquisite Zambian Oval Emerald and Diamond Bracelet
Zambian Oval Emerald and Diamond Bracelet
Setare designed this eye-catching bracelet to thrill and delight its wearer. The bracelet features 8 carats of Zambian oval emeralds, paired with 6 carats of intense radiant yellow diamonds. The colors of the gemstones unite beautifully, creating a natural rhythm and splendor. And when paired with its matching necklace, this exquisite bracelet becomes part of an intricate ensemble, designed to inspire envy and desire in all its admirers.
A Gorgeous Burmese Rubies and Fancy Yellow Diamonds Bracelet
Burmese rubies and fancy yellow diamonds bracelet
Setare Jewelry wanted this spectacular statement piece to dazzle, so they paired 12 intense yellow diamonds totaling 7.2 carats, with 26 genuine Burmese rubies totaling 16.37 carats. They then added 4 carats of fancy yellow diamonds, and surrounded the piece with 45 carats of flawless mixed diamonds. This stunningly designed bracelet will sparkle, dazzle and impress.
A gorgeous and rare colored diamond and diamond ring.
Centering upon an oval-shaped fancy intense orange pink diamond weighing approximately 12.85 carats, within a brilliant-cut diamond border and pear-shaped diamond surround, joined to the brilliant-cut diamond bifurcated half-hoop, mounted in platinum and 18k rose gold.
Mae West Owned Edwardian Platinum 23ct Diamond Necklace Bracelet Suite
Mae West once said, “Without diamonds, honey, I’d feel undressed.” With this necklace, bracelet, and watch suite, she was certainly dressed! West was known for her opulent style and exquisite diamond jewelry, including this Edwardian/ Art Deco platinum and diamond suite. She purportedly donated the four largest diamonds from the necklace to support the war effort in the 1940’s. The three-piece suite was appraised in 2011 for $320,000; appraisal included with purchase. The suite includes:
Necklace: ladies platinum Edwardian era Art Deco design open filigree natural diamond and imitation diamond link necklace, fastening with a fold-over locking clasp | 568 diamonds | 12.9 carats | Appraisal: $188,500
Bracelet: Edwardian era Art Deco design open filigree natural diamond link design, fastening with a fold-over locking clasp with safety chain | 205 diamonds | 8.91 carats |Appraisal: $110,500
Watch: Edwardian era Rado brand 17 jewel mechanical movement watch with black cord band, fastening with a fold-over locking clasp | 68 diamonds | 1.32 carats | Appraisal: $19,950
Metal Type: Platinum (tested)
Measurements: Necklace: 15.5″ long | pendant is approx. 1.9″ long by 1.75″ wide | 90.5 grams
Bracelet: 6.75″ long x 0.6″ wide | 34.2 grams
Watch: 5.75″ long | case measures 2.4″ long | 20.4 grams including band