Additional information: Rose, green and white gold; containing twelve (12) round, faceted rubies; Weight: 0.04ct each approximately, 0.50ct total weight approximately;
Twelve (12) round, old single-cut diamonds; Weight: 0.02ct each average, 0.25ct total weight approximately; Size: 8
RETRO LADY’S EMERALD, DIAMOND MULTI-COLOR GOLD RING, CIRCA 1940
Additional information: Containing five (5) round, faceted emeralds weighing 0.07ct each approximately, 0.35ct total weight approximately; and with eleven round, brilliant-cut diamonds; weight: 0.03ct each approximately, 0.33ct total weight approximately; size 4
Additional information: MOVEMENT: Model: 12A; Serial Number: 205, synthetic sapphire crystal; Up and down (retrograde) indicator; yellow gold rotor wheel;
DIAL: Cream, with dark blue Roman numerals with dark blue markers;
STRAP: Blue leather, signed: Chaumet, Paris; yellow gold buckle, signed: Chaumet
NOTE: Accompanied by original Chaumet box.
Additional information: CASE: Serial Number: 305653, Decoration: Blue sapphire applied monogram "ENB"; Also stamped on inside case with casemakers stamp: HNC with running hare; MOVEMENT: Maker: Anonymous Number: 70935; with Geneve stamp (highest quality); DIAL: Cream enamel with black Arabic numbers and blued steel hands
NOTE: Edward Buzzell (November 13, 1900 - January 11, 1985) was an American film director whose credits for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer included Honolulu (1939), the Marx Brothers films At the Circus (1939) and Go West (1940), the musicals Best Foot Forward (1943) with Lucille Ball and Neptune's Daughter (1949) with Esther Williams, and Easy to Wed, starring Van Johnson, Williams, and Ball. Buzzell was born in Brooklyn. He appeared on Broadway, and was hired to star in the 1929 film version of George M. Cohan's Little Johnny Jones with Alice Day. Buzzell appeared in a few Vitaphone shorts, and the two-strip Technicolor short The Devil's Cabaret (1930) as Satan's assistant. He wrote a few screenplays in the early 1930s and later produced The Milton Berle Show which premiered on television in 1948.
Additional information: En Tremblant; Large ship sea anchor in three dimensions with movement (flukes swivel 360° and slides up and down the stock; shackle bail swivels); dimensions: 1 3/4" x 7/8" approximately; 19.1grams; Length: 17".