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Tiffany & Co. Rare brooch circa 1890 designed as an orchid in enameled gold and one old brilliant cut diamondPrice on request. Courtesy Véronique Bamps.

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Castellani, circa 1880 necklace in archaeological revival style in yellow gold, cabochon cut rubies and natural pearlsPrice on request. Courtesy Véronique Bamps.

A similar necklace from the estate of Augusto Castellani's Granddaughter belongs to the collections of the Capitoline Museums in Rome.

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Cartier. Bangle bracelet in yellow gold designed as two laying tigers entirely set with fancy yellow diamonds, some white diamonds, the stripes in onyx, the eyes in emeralds. Price on request. Courtesy Véronique Bamps.

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Audouard, circa 1850, brooch designed as a posy in enameled gold set with old brilliant cut diamonds and garnets in the rosebuds. Price on request. Courtesy Véronique Bamps.

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Lalique, Circa 1900. Art-Nouveau Brooch designed as a chrysanthemum in enameled gold, plique-à-jour enamel, moulded glass and diamonds. Price on request. Courtesy Véronique Bamps.

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René Boivin. Necklace in yellow gold designed as a flexible cord chain suspending a fringe of tassels set with brilliant cut diamonds delivered in 1945 to Princess Irene of GreecePrice on request. Courtesy Véronique Bamps.

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