London, South Kensington
19 November 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A Diamond-set Bracelet, Together with Four Diamond-set Rings
The openwork lattice design bracelet set with brilliant-cut diamonds to a diamond trefoil cluster border, the rings comprise: one set with three round brilliant-cut diamond collets to an openwork diamond frame and textured hoop; one modelled as two pavé diamond shooting stars, their tails forming the hoop; one pavé set brilliant cut diamond openwork shield shaped bezel with central diamond collet to pierced shoulders; and one with central diamond cluster to diamond triple row shoulders (5)
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