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- From N. Green & Sons in Chicago, this gold necklace spells out "Elizabeth" in diamonds. It was owned and worn by the one, the only, the Elizabeth Taylor. [Photos: Courtesy of the Chicago International Art, Antique, and Jewelry Show]
- Can you guess whom this festive necklace was made for? It dates back to the 1970s, and is also from N. Green & Sons.
- This is a one-of-a-kind emerald and diamond set from Buccellati. It's set in platinum and 18K white gold.
- Chanel represent. This oh-so-subtle piece is from Douglas Rosin Decorative.
- From New York's Marie E. Betteley, these French cufflinks are from the 1920s.
Chicago's first International Art, Antique, and Jewelry Show kicks off at Navy Pier tonight, and runs through April 28. We got a sneak peek at some of the baubles that will be on offer, and this is one of those times when we really wish we had a million dollar idea. Take a look at some of the show's most tempting goods below, and get ticket information for the diamond-crusted, celebrity-dusted showcase here. · Chicago Art, Antique & Jewelry Show [Official Site]