Glamouröse Art Déco-Smaragdbrosche aus dem Besitz der

Princess Taj os-Saltaneh of the Persian royal family Qajars, mother of Mohamed Sha Aga Khan III. (1877-1957) ruler of the Ishmaelites. Platinum. Centrally set with a bright green emerald of ca. 64 ct., flanked by two corresponding emeralds of ca. 1,00 ct. each, entouraged by old-cut diamonds of ca. 5,00 ct. each, encircled by fine mille handle bands. Weight approx. 33,17 g. Provenance: According to the consignor, the emerald was acquired in the 1960s from the jewellery collection of the Qajar dynasty. Cf. Christie "s: Magnificent Jewels from the collection of his late Royal Highness Sir Sultan Mohamed Sha Aga Khan III, 12 May 1988, Hotel Richmond Genève, pp. 10-14, figs. 703-704. An Art Deco brooch set with an emerald approx. 64 ct. and diamonds approx. 5.00 ct., in platinum.
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