Lot 49
  • 49

PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANTS, SECOND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY

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10,000 - 15,000 CHF
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Description

Each surmount set with a circular-cut diamond in a pinched collet, supporting a pendant set with an emerald drop on a rose and cushion-shaped diamond surmount, fitted case stamped Hübner.

Provenance

Formerly from the collection of Princess Isabelle de Croÿ, Archduchess Frédéric of Austria (1856-1931). "2 gros cabochons poires en émeraude surmontés d'un diamant. Héritage de ma mère".

[2 large pear shaped emerald cabochons with a diamond surmount. Inheritance from my mother].

Excerpt from the inventory of Archduchess Marie Anne of Austria, Princess Elie de Bourbon Parme

Catalogue Note

Accompanied by SSEF report no. 93532, stating that the emeralds are of Colombian origin, with a moderate amount of oil in fissures.
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