Put on a happy face! All sitting members of the Seven Japanese Gods of Fortune (aka the Seven Lucky Gods) are duly accounted for in this joyful and colorful bracelet celebrating: Hotei - God of Happiness; Jurojin - God of Long Life; Daikoku - God of Wealth; Benzaiten - Goddess of Beauty; Bishamonte...(more)
A fantastic, architecturally inspired, multidimensional bracelet fashioned in the bold mid-Victorian style with more than a dash of Art Deco influence. A double terminated rocket ship adorned with black onyx, natural and synthetic rubies and glittering rose-cut diamonds wraps the wrist and measures ...(more)
This Victorian/Art Nouveau inspired diamond and opal bangle bracelet was crafted in the mid-twentieth century with close attention paid to every detail. The fourteen karat yellow gold bangle is crowned with finely milgrained, platinum and diamond whiplash motifs which lead the eye to a central prong...(more)
Not the same ol' straight-row bracelet. Crafted in gleaming platinum with 8.00 carats of sparkling white, bezel-set European-cut diamonds, alternating in singles and pairs. An effective and effervescent variation on a timeless classic. 7 inches long.
A diagonal three-stone arrangement, composed of a cushion-cut Burmese ruby flanked by a pair of sparkling old-mine cut diamonds, crowns this twisted-rope style, hinged bangle bracelet, hand-fabricated in 14K rosy-yellow gold, circa 1890-1910. 6 3/4 inch wrist size.
A rare sighting! A diamond-headed, ruby-eyed, two-tone gold striped snake is coiled and poised to strike at an admiring and envious onlooker. The lithe and supple bracelet, circa 1890, is in excellent condition with lots of spring in the mesh and her scaled head is crowned with a glistening and siza...(more)
A stunning high-fashion bangle bracelet dating from the 1960s. Flowing rows of high-quality, sparkling white, round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling 2.75 carats, entwine a striking, kinetic design artfully and substantially hand fabricated in nail head textured 18K yellow gold. A singular and sensat...(more)
Simply stated, the most stunning and singularly sensational, Art Deco straight line diamond bracelet we've ever seen. 23 (at least) carats of bright-white, ultra-sparkling rectangular and square-cut diamonds with rare, highly-distinctive and hard to describe faceting arrangements - something between...(more)
From the turn-of-the-last century, most likely Great Britain, comes this thoroughly delightful Edwardian diamond bracelet, delicately hand fabricated in velvety 18ct yellow gold topped with platinum. Three central oval sections glitter with an array of old mine and rose-cut diamonds transitioning in...(more)
No less than 23 of the most charming charms make up this fun and fabulous jingle-jangle charm bracelet, circa 1940s-50s. Without naming them all, some highlights include: a camera, a revolving carousel, a working jack-in-the-box, an abacus, an emergency dollar bill, a spinning 'I Love You', a jockey...(more)
Six faceted oval aquamarines, each weighing 1 carat and imbued with a refreshing turquoise blue hue, alternate with fancy tripartite links of gleaming 14K gold in this very lovely and very wearable bracelet of mid-twentieth century vintage. 7 inches by 3/8 inches.
A large and very thick and substantial hinged bangle bracelet composed of two bright, light apple green, natural jadeite half bangles wrapped in hand engraved 14K yellow gold sleeves. The bracelet bears a gemological report from Stone Group Labs stating: ' Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes...(more)