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- RARE RUBY, EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CHARLTON, 1930S
The openwork band of foliate design set throughout with circular- and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 9.50 carats in total, decorated with carved rubies and emeralds,
length approximately 185mm, signed Charlton.
John W. Charlton opened his business in New York under the name of J.W.Charlton in 1909, later changing to Charlton & Co when Robert S. Chapin became his partner. In the 1920s, branches were open in Palm Beach and in Paris. In 1934, another partner Grant A. Peacock acquired ownership of the company, changing the name to his own. Charlton was known for creating some of the most important jewels of the Art Deco period, with an impressive client list equalling those of the biggest jewellery firms.
- FINE OPAL AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CARTIER, CIRCA 1930
The openwork band set throughout with circular- and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.50 carats in total, decorated with five variously shaped plaques of opal,
- PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH - Schmettelings - Brosche mit pinkfarbenen Saphiren und Diamanten
Designed as a butterfly set with circular-cut pink sapphires and rose, circular- and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.20 carats in total, mounted in 18 carat blackened gold.
- PAIR OF BLUE AND PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCHES - Frauenschuh als Diamant- Blütenbrosche und pinkfarbenen Saphiren.
Each designed as a stylized flower set throughout with circular-cut pink and blue sapphires and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.80 carats in total, mounted in 18 carat blackened gold
- BURMA SAPPHIRE oval sapphire weighing 12.03 - Aussergewöhnlicher Saphir-ring mit orginal Burma Saphir