Diamanten Brosche im Girlanden Stil von  BLACK, STARR & FROST, CIRCA 1910 echte Burma Rubine von  5.87 und 7.05 carat als Tropfen
Diamanten Brosche im Girlanden Stil von  BLACK, STARR & FROST, CIRCA 1910 Wundervolle grosse seltene Ohrringe mit Rubintropfen

Girlanden Stil - Garland Style

 

  • GARLAND STYLE DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, BLACK, STARR & FROST, CIRCA 1910
    signed B. S. & F., fitted case by Black, Starr & Frost 5th Ave. Cor. 39 St. New York, dated June 23, 1909, brooch and pendant fittings detachable

    Information about:The long history of Black, Starr & Frost, one of America’s most venerable firms, can be traced back to the partnership of Frederick Marquand & Erastus Barton whose company, founded in 1810, was located near Maiden Lane in New York City. Like many growing companies at this time, they underwent a number of changes in partnership and associations in order to survive and to keep up with the demands of a growing public. In 1876, when Cortland Starr and Aaron Frost joined the firm, the name changed to Black Starr & Frost. From their fashionable new location at 251 Fifth Avenue, they produced an array of diamond jewels in the prevailing European style. During the early part of the 20th century, they produced some of their greatest designs


  • IMPORTANT PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDENT EARRINGS
    Accompanied by two Gübelin reports stating that the rubies are of Burmese origin (590,000—650,000 CHF) Each shield-shaped diamond surmount supporting a brilliant-cut diamond and pear-shaped ruby drop, the rubies weighing 5.87 and 7.05 carats, mounted in 18 carat white gold



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