Floret ring €1350

Herbarium No. PFA 132 Scientific Name ECHINACEA Common Name Coneflower Type Ring Place England Date Approximately 1910 Collected by Unknown Material Old European cut diamond, ruby, platinum, 750/1000 gold 18 ct Size Floret 14 mm Total Weight 3,7 grams Condition Good Price 1350 EUR This Edwardian floret ring, with a ruby and 11 diamonds set in a cone-shaped cluster, has an elegant but secure setting and is suitable for daily wearing. Please follow and like us:

Garrard retro floral set

Garrard Azalea €4500

  Herbarium No. 194 Scientific Name RHODONDENDRON Common Name Azalea Type Clip brooch and earstuds Place London Date 1940-1945 Collected by Garrard Material Old single cut diamonds, Burma rubies, 750/1000 gold 18 ct, platinum Size Clip 40,3 x 49,5 mm Earstuds 17 x 22 mm Total Weight Clip 18 grams. Earstuds 6,7 grams Condition Good Price 4500 EUR   This bold Retro gold, Birma ruby and diamond clip brooch, represents an azalea. The colourful gemstones shine in a setting of 18 ct gold, and the diamonds reflect the light, set in platinum.  During World War II, there was less excess…

ruby diamond moi & toi clover ring

Toi & Moi clover €950

  Herbarium No. PFA 142 Scientific Name TRIFOLIUM Common Name Clover Type Ring Place Germany Date Approximately 1910 Collected by Ax.P. Material Old brilliant cut diamond, ruby, 585/1000 gold 14 ct Size 13,7 x 6,2 mm Total Weight 2,2 grams Condition Good Price 950 EUR   This ruby and diamond ring, with twice a floret of three stones, can be seen as a romantic Toi & Moi ring; ‘you and me’ in French. The diamond symbolizes love and prosperity, while the ruby represents passion and devotion.   Please follow and like us: