Late 19th Century Diamond Cluster Panels on a Gold Necklace, circa 1880. Designed as three floral elements to the front set with old-cut diamonds, the central cluster with figure of a flower with six petals suspending a small pendant, the side clusters in an ear of corn shape all on a 18Kt gold curb chain, the clusters close set in silver and gold. Via 1stdibs.
A DIAMOND NECKLACE Designed as a series of circular-cut diamond quatrefoil motifs, extending four pavé-set diamond articulated links, alternating with pavé-set diamond stylized lozenge-shaped openwork links, mounted in 18K gold, 17 ins.
STERLÉ. An Impressive Diamond Necklace – Photo courtesy of Symbolic & Chase Designed as a solid central stylised bow motif channel-set with baguette diamonds, entwined around two rows of graduated brilliant-cut diamonds, to a smaller bow motif mirrored at the clasp, circa 1960, unsigned, French assay marks for platinum. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Chaumet including a copy of the original drawing from the Sterlé archives.
White Gold, Synthetic Ruby, and Cultured Pearl Necklace, c. 1920s, bezel-set with step-cut rubies joined by cultured pearls and delicate chain, filigree motifs, and suspending a conforming drop and swags of chain, lg. 16 3/4 in., (damage to chain).
Antique Gold and Foiled-Back Pink Topaz Necklace Composed of pairs of looped links surmounted by a stylized repousse bow motif, centering 24 oval and pear-shaped foiled-back pink topaz set within a floral design, decorated with repousse scrolls, flanked by finely detailed gold leaves, completed by a clasp centering one oval pink topaz quartered by repousse gold scrolls, circa 1830