Diamond necklace, late 1960s. Of ribbon design, set with drop shaped motifs framing cushion-shaped diamonds, highlighted throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds, further accented with pear-shaped and baguette diamonds, inner circumference approximately 355mm.
A DIAMOND NECKLACE Designed as a brilliant-cut diamond swag gathered by a marquise-cut diamond, suspending a detachable pear-shaped diamond, to the baguette-cut diamond scroll spacers, mounted in platinum, cm inner circumference
Loop and Tassel design set with baguette, brilliant- and circular-cut stones, mounted in platinum, attributed to Harry Winston. The front drop detaches to be worn as a brooch, and is accompanied by brooch fittings.
A unique diamond necklace, Cartier, 1942. The front designed as a series of articulated stylised roses and floral motifs set with circular- and single-cut diamonds, each centring on a circular-cut stone, the back of geometrical links, similarly set, inner circumference approximately 425mm, signed Cartier, fitted case signed Cartier, New York. Sotheby's.