Carolingian cloisonné brooch of gold, garnet, multicolored glass, and pearls, dated to c. 800 CE. It is referred to as the Dorestad brooch, as it was discovered in a well in Dorestad (Duurstede), Netherlands. Currently located in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
A Belle Epoque diamond and pearl brooch/pendant, early 20th century. Of geometric design, set with natural pearls, millegrain- and claw-set with rose diamonds, suspended from a fine link chain, length approximately 445mm, French assay marks.
An Edwardian diamond, cultured pearl, sapphire and platinum brooch/pendant the filigree, articulated brooch of medal motif, set throughout with European and rose-cut diamonds, accented by cultured and seed pearls, further set with calibré-cut sapphires.