Classic and contemporary in its design, this Fancy Intense Purplish Pink diamond is set notably amongst two rows of impressive brilliant cut diamonds – wistfully revealed on this signature, double row band. This stunning ring was created by Boodles Jewelry CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
A Beautiful 2.32 Carat Natural UNTREATED Diamond Engagement Anniversary Cocktail Ring offering ELECTRIC SPARKING FIRE! This one of a kind estate ring features 9 round brilliant and 26 baguette diamonds with colorless & near colorless “F-G” color, master cutting and Eye Clean SI1-SI2 clarity…a true untreated natural earth mined diamond treasure! The diamonds are set in an eye catching classic design. The setting is a solid 14k white gold designer beauty with all of the earmarks of a true jewelry master craftsman.
Minimum number of round sapphires 7 Enhancement Heating Minimum size 2.25mm Average color Medium dark blue Average clarity Eye Clean Setting type Pavé setting Round Diamond Information
Minimum number of round diamonds 14 Enhancement Not Enhanced Minimum carat total weight (ct. tw.) 0.14 Average color I Average clarity SI2 Minimum size 1.3mm Setting type Pavé setting Round Diamond Information
Minimum number of round diamonds 28 Minimum carat total weight (ct. tw.) 0.20 Average color I Average clarity SI2 Minimum size 1.0mm Setting type Pavé setting
Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger Pave “X” bark style ring. The ring is a size 5 (US), made of 18K yellow gold and platinum, and weighs 6.20 DWT (approx. 9.64 grams). It also has 28 round G-color, VS-clarity diamonds weighing 0.85 CTTW.
After starting off in London in 1912, jewelry and antique silver dealer S.J. Shrubsole opened a New York shop in 1936 and, in the subsequent eight decades, has acquired and sold a wide variety of ultra valuable items. At TEFAF, the firm will exhibit these Colombian emerald pendant earrings, which date back to about 1850. Each 18-karat-gold earring centers on smaller 0.4-carat emeralds at the base and a larger 2-carat cushion-shaped emerald at the bottom; 52 diamonds surround the earrings’ emeralds.
Véronique Bamps, an antique-jewelry expert with a firm in Monaco, will be showing a delicate design once owned by Princess Irene of Greece. This detailed 16-inch-long gold-chain choker necklace is hung with 24 delicate diamond clusters fashioned in the garland style (popular in early 1900s). Judging by its dated signature, the necklace was likely crafted in Paris by either René Boivin, an accomplished goldsmith, or Madame René Boivin (Jeanne Boivin), his wife.
Epitomizing the unrivaled expertise of the House of Graff, this stunning ring features a magnificent 50.38 carat D Flawless heart shape diamond.
When crafting this symmetrical and emotive masterpiece, Graff’s master cutter meticulously studied its proportions to create the most ideal form. The House’s highly skilled craftsmen then ensured this stunning diamond was embraced by a minimal setting to amplify light and allow the natural beauty of the stone to radiate dramatically.
A Gorgeous 3.34 Carat Natural UNTREATED Diamond Anniversary Ring offering ELECTRIC SPARKING FIRE! This one of a kind estate ring features 60 baguette and 84 round brilliant diamonds with near colorless “G-H” color, master cutting and Near Flawless to Eye Clean VS1-SI2 clarity…a true untreated near colorless natural earth mined diamond treasure! The diamonds are set in an eye catching classic design. The setting is a solid 14k white gold designer beauty with all of the earmarks of a true jewelry master craftsman.
Circa 1940’s, this 18k yellow gold, sapphire and diamond clip by Van Cleef and Arpels virtually epitomizes the Retro period of jewelry that began following the start of WWII, after the art deco aesthetic of the 20’s and 30’s had come to an end. Platinum was used towards the war efforts, and yellow gold became popular in a period of design that began the less-is-more philosophy. This beautiful clip brooch features 3.00cts of blue sapphires, all square-cut and radiating out like a section of the sun from a gorgeous 2.00ct oval shaped diamond, accented by 1.10ctw of round diamonds. This is a brooch for anyone’s collection of fine sapphire jewelry.
Designed and commissioned by Mr Sethia, the Egoist teapot was made by the Milanese jeweler Scavia. It is entirely paved in 1,658 D and E color grade diamonds and 386 rubies, with a central 6.67 carat Thai ruby. A ruby bead tops the lid. Mr Chitra describes the overall dazzling effect as shining “like sun of Southeast Asia”.