Victorian red guilloche enamel snake bangle, the head is set with old-cut diamonds and rubies with red enamel set to the body and tail, with diamond detail to the three hinges.
A late Victorian diamond tiara, the tiara comprising nine graduated diamond-set fleur de lys motifs with old brilliant-cut diamond tops, alternating with graduating diamond set leaf motifs with diamond trefoils to bottom, all to a gold frame with diamond set scalloped knife edge necklet back, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 15 carats, set in silver to a yellow gold mount, with hidden side snap clasp, gross weight 65.6 grams, circa 1890.
A Victorian aquamarine and diamond choker, strung on five rows of fresh water cultured pearls. The Victorian center piece displays a phenomenal oval faceted aquamarine twelve claw set in yellow gold. Twelve Old European cut diamonds border the center stone set in silver on gold, each adorned with a gold bobble terminal. Twenty four small collet and grain set rose cut diamonds separate the Old European cut diamonds. The five rows of fresh water cultured pearls lead to an 18ct white gold side slide clasp. Estimated total aquamarine weight: 42 carats. Estimated total diamond weight: 2.88cts. Assessed diamond color: H. Assessed diamond clarity: VS-SI. Necklace measures 14 inches length.