Diamond

Diamond is the hardest known naturally occurring material, which makes it an incredibly attractive gemstone on account of its resistance to scratching. Diamonds have long been prized as one of the most precious decorative gemstones, on account of their beauty, rarity and natural properties. In antique jewellery, diamonds were frequently incorporated into pieces and were highly sought after by nobles and aristocrats across the world. 

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Style
  1. Russian Interest 6
  2. Faberge 5
  3. Birds / Ornithology 3
  4. Fabergé 3
  5. Floral 3
  6. Animal / Animalier 1
  7. Figurative Art 1
  8. Louis XV 1
Material
  1. Diamond 12
  2. Enamel - Guilloché 6
  3. Gold 6
  4. Silver-gilt 5
  5. Precious Stones 5
  6. Nephrite 4
  7. Enamel 3
  8. Sapphire 3
  9. Ruby 2
  10. Turquoise 2
  11. Pearl 1
  12. Mother-of-Pearl 1
  13. Quartz 1
  14. Hardstone 1
  15. Enamel - Plique-à-jour 1
  16. Silver 1
  17. Emerald 1
  18. Sterling Silver 1
  19. Bloodstone 1
Colour
  1. Gold 10
  2. Blue 6
  3. White 6
  4. Green 5
  5. Pink 4
  6. Multi-coloured 3
  7. Purple 2
  8. Red 2
  9. Turquoise 2
  10. Yellow 2
  11. Brown 1
  12. Cream 1
  13. Orange 1
  14. Silver 1
Country Of Origin
  1. Russian 5
  2. Continental 2
  3. English 2
  4. French 2
  5. Swiss 1
Period
  1. 20th Century 9
  2. 21st Century 1
  3. Late 19th Century 1
  4. Early 20th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Fabergé (Russian, founded 1842) 5
  2. Asprey (English, Founded 1781) 2
  3. Audemars Piguet (Swiss, founded 1875) 1
  4. Garrard & Co. (English, founded 1735) 1