jewelry designers often paired and to create a sense of majesty and show the wealth of the wearer. When set in platinum, these gems were a signature style of Imperial jewels at the turn of the century.
This iconic Belle Èpoque "dog-collar" choker necklace - circa 1910 - sparkles with four matched floral motif platinum and diamond spacers (one concealing the clasp) joined by intricately woven seed pearls. A romantic and ravishing Edwardian treasure bear
PLATINUM, NATURAL PEARL, CONCH PEARL AND DIAMOND RING Of crossover design, set with one baroque pearl of pinkish brown hue measuring approximately by mm and one conch pearl measuring approximately by mm, accented by numerous single-cut diamonds