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Le XVIIIe siècle voit le triomphe de la joaillerie. Le diamant provient des mines de Golconde en Inde jusqu’à ce que l’on découvre vers 1726-1729 les mines d’Amérique du Sud. Matériau rare, il avait été réservé pendant des siècles aux rois, aux princes et aux trésors de l’Église. Cependant, avec la prospérité qui s’installe en Europe au Siècle des Lumières, la vogue des bijoux se répand au-delà du cercle restreint des nobles et des richissimes dignitaires

Brooch “node”, eighteenth century France, Silver, chrysoberyls © The Decorative Arts / Lawrence Sully Jaulmes

Eighteenth century chrysolite and silver closed back brooch, pendant. All stones are foiled and foiling in good condition. Portuguese ca 1760.

Eighteenth century chrysolite and silver closed back brooch, pendant. All stones are foiled and foiling in good condition. Portuguese ca 1760 Measurements :vertical 80 mm horizontal : 70 mm

Portugues chrysoberyl jewellery, mid-late 18th century

Portuguese chrysoberyl jewellery, mid-late century - reminds of my mothers brooch

Antique Diamond Brooch Designed As A Central Old-Cut Diamond Cluster To The Scroll And Floral Surround Suspending Three Detachable Girandole Drops, Mounted In Silver And Gold c.1830 - Christie’s

Antique Diamond Brooch Designed As A Central Old-Cut Diamond Cluster To The Scroll And Floral Surround Suspending Three Detachable Girandole Drops, Mounted In Silver And Gold - Christie’s

Girandole bow bodice ornament and pair of earrings set with topazes,backed with foil, and sapphires. All the stones are set in gold. Circa 1760, France,  Victoria & Albert Museum

The Major Jewelry Motifs of the Georgian Era

Gold bodice ornament set with topazes and sapphires, probably made in France, about 1760 - Gold, topazes backed with foil, and sapphires. - Provenance Given by Dame Joan Evans -

Jewelry Diamond : An Art nouveau brooch/pendant About 1900. Silver/14 ct. yellow gold. With 1 garn

An Art nouveau brooch/pendant About ct. With 1 garnet-cabochon, 59 rose diamonds and 1 pearl. 50 x 35 mm, weight ca.

A late 18th century diamond brooch. The closed-set rose-cut diamond butterfly shaped foliate cluster suspending a later 19th century pear-cut diamond and diamond cluster drop  Gorgeous!

A late century diamond brooch. The closed-set rose-cut diamond butterfly shaped foliate cluster suspending a later century pear-cut diamond and diamond cluster drop Gorgeous!

A paste girandole brooch/pendant, 2nd half of the 18th century    Of scrolled foliate design with two flowerhead motifs, suspending three detachable pear-shaped drops, set throughout with circular and cushion-shaped colourless and foiled green paste, all within closed-back settings, length 7.3cm., Harvey and Gore case. Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000

A paste girandole brooch/pendant, half of the century Of scrolled foliate design with two flowerhead motifs, suspending three detachable pear-shaped drops, set throughout with circular and cushion-shaped colourless and foiled green paste, all

Pair of 18th century chrysolite cluster pendant earrings, Portuguese c.1750,  the pear shaped cluster drops below round cluster tops with openwork ribbon tied bow between, close set in silver

Pair of century chrysolite cluster pendant earrings, Portuguese the pear shaped cluster drops below round cluster tops with openwork ribbon tied bow between, close set in silver

An 18th century Portuguese demi-parure.  Comprising pendant "laça" and a pair of earpedants. Gold accented silver, set with rose cut diamonds and foiled topazes. With gilt and engraved red leather fitted case. Portugal, mid-18th century (wear signs, one earring element and pin of later date, defects to the case). 5 x 5 cm. Height: 4,5 cm. 43,6 g

An century Portuguese demi-parure _ "laça"pendent and a pair of earrings Gold accented silver, set with rose cut diamonds and foiled topazes

An 18th century rose-cut diamond pendant  Of girandole design, set throughout with foiled rose-cut diamonds, in a later fitted case

♥ An century rose-cut diamond pendant Of girandole design, set throughout with foiled rose-cut diamonds, in a later fitted case

Stomacher: ca. 1780, Portuguese (probably),   rose-cut diamonds, in silver-gilt mount. "...later added loops for wear as a slide "

An century rose-cut diamond stomacher In the form of a closed-set table and rose-cut diamond floral spray panel suspending twin cluster drops with supporting diamond cluster swags, in silver-gilt mount, circa probably Portuguese. Image from Christies.

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