Platinum diamond and emerald brooch of a shrine. C.1927.

The architecture, which is entirely carried out in diamonds of various cuts - circular, emerald, baton - culminating in the trapezoid shaped stones at the apex of the roof, encloses a carved emerald Buddhist divinity raised up on steps.


Diamond and emerald Pagoda brooch, Janesich, circa 1925. Photo Sotheby’s.

Designed as a pagoda with stylized columns and upturned eaves, set with baguette, square-shaped, trapeze-cut, triangular-shaped, single-cut and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.00 carats, accented with 6 calibré-cut buff-top emeralds, mounted in platinum, signed JANESICH, numbered 10124. .


A diamond set pagoda brooch, with baguette diamond columns and an open work roof set with rose diamonds in elliptical mille-grain settings, topped with a brilliant and rose diamond spire. Probably French, circa 1930.



A Vintage Platinum and Diamond Pagoda Brooch, containing 24 square and baguette cut diamonds and numerous round single cut diamonds.



Chinoiserie Pagoda Brooch by Mish, New York. Peridot, diamond, pink sapphire and cultured pearl in 18K gold.


Crystal and diamond pagoda brooch from Mish, suspended from lavender silk. USA