PINK TOURMALINE, RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 'LADYBUG' BROOCH, the body set with a pear-shaped rubellite weighing approx 19.15 carats, the elytra set with calibré-cut rubies highlighted by similarly-set sapphires, the rubies together weighing approxi 24.95 carats, decorated by a brilliant-cut diamond-set head and antennae and circular-cut tsavorite garnet-set eyes, mounted in 18 karat white gold, signed AK.
Mounted en tremblant, a 57.90-carat, pear-cut aquamarine carpel sets the tone for this icy blue, jeweled flower brooch designed by preeminent German jeweler, Catherine Sauvage. With petals encrusted with light blue sapphires and colorless diamonds, and a stem paved in brown diamonds, this lovely brooch was hand crafted under the watchful eye of its meticulous designer.
PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND 'FLOWER' BROOCH Modelled as a lotus flower, the petals and bud set with circular-cut pink sapphires, the flower centre, stalk and leaf decorated with brilliant-cut diamonds, the pink sapphires and diamonds together weighing approximately 16.00 and 1.70 carats respectively, mounted in 18 karat white gold.
GEM-SET AND DIAMOND BROOCH, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS, CIRCA 1970 Designed as a humming bird in flight, its head and body pavé-set with circular-cut sapphires, rubies and brilliant-cut diamonds, the feathers set with marquise-shaped turquoise, sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in yellow gold and platinum,