A BELLE EPOQUE VELVET AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY CARTIER Of cross-over tassle design, millegrain-set throughout, the black velvet collar with diamond-set scalloped border and stylised acanthus leaf highlights, to the similarly-set quatrefoil centre and radiating foliate panels, with diamond collet tassel terminals, circa 1905, French marks for gold, 50.0cm long, velvet is a later replacement Signed Cartier, Paris and no.2987
Pendant and chain, diamonds and platinum, the pendant in the form of an openwork roundel hung with ten square-cut diamond drops surmounted by a ribbon bow. Contained in the original Cartier red leather case with original brooch fitting and screwdriver, stored beneath the upper pad, the silk lining printed in gold. 1910
DIAMOND NECKLACE, CARTIER, 1930S Designed as a series of interlocking articulated swags each centring on a stylised palmette motif, set with circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds, to a later detachable snake link chain, length approximately 395mm, signed Cartier, London, formerly a tiara later converted into a necklace.