London, South Kensington
27 June 2006
A French Belle epoque diamond, emerald and sapphire pendant necklace/brooch
Designed as a bow with central millegrain-set brilliant-cut diamond, to diamond and calibré sapphire and emerald triple row loops and articulated tassels, each tassel suspending a diamond two stone pear-shaped drop, the ribbon with diamond collet border, circa 1910, with detachble fitting for the diamond trace-link neckchain, in fitted case with optional brooch fitting and screwdriver, the case stamped E.M. Bouvier, Paris
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