29 October 2002
A CARVED JADEITE AND DIAMOND PENDANT/BROOCH AND A DIAMOND NECKLACE
The brooch set with a ruyi-shaped jadeite plaque of translucent, emerald green material, carved and pierced to depict a recumbent sheep amid flowering peony blossoms, to a circular and baguette-cut diamond geometric frame in platinum, circa 1930, may be worn as a brooch or a pendant; accompanied by a necklace, designed as a series of collet-set diamonds with baguette-cut diamond two-stone spacers, centering upon a triangular-cut diamond suspending a collet line terminating in a pear-shaped diamond drop, mounted in platinum, circa 1930, 44.5 cm.
Jadeite plaque 44.50 x 35.38 x 1.50 mm.
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