The Stuart Coronation ring, circa 1660 or earlier with later additions. A large but thin foil-back ruby engraved with the cross of St George, surrounded by 26 diamonds set in silver, head of ring polished gold with engraved scrollwork, shoulders engraved.
An antique sapphire jewel found in the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna's private apartments in the Anichkov Palace. It weighs 260 carats and is set in a typical Russian mounting encircled by 18 diamonds weighing 50 carats.
CARTIER ring in platinum and white gold, set with a ruby oval backed with six diamonds shuttle. Weight of ruby: carat Signed Certificate CARTIER FRAMES: TESS stating any thermal modification Color: Natural Origin: Burma (Myanmar)
the parure was given by Mary, Queen of Scots to her attendant Mary Seton. Mary Seton was a devoted attendant and friend of Mary, Queen of Scots, who shared many years of her exile. She was an excellent hairdresser whose services the Queen greatly admired.
Inspired by Princess Diana's engagement ring: an Art Deco platinum, sapphire & diamond ring, set with an oval-cut sapphire measuring x x mm, framed by baguette & single-cut diamonds, millegrain accents