It's hard to take your eyes off this enchanting and quite unusual cinnamon-pink zircon. The magical, 7.96 carat, gemstone takes the place of a fine, but unfortunately fractured, sapphire in the center of a beautiful bangle bracelet crafted in platinum and 14K yellow gold and sparkling with 2.50 cara...(more)
By way of nineteenth century England comes this shimmering antique adornment featuring a large and lustrous cushion-shape moonstone. The celestial stone is framed in two-tiered twisted wire which crowns the decorative center clasp. The classic 18K yellow gold Victorian bracelet measures a full 7 1/8...(more)
This precious and pristine hinged bangle bracelet, according to the many hallmarks, comes to us by way of Chester, England - circa 1905. The thoroughly charming late-Victorian jewel is crafted in velvety textured 9 carat gold and dotted on top with three rich red rubies and a couple of rose-cut diam...(more)
With a dazzling play of a light, 6.00 carats of bright-white and beautiful round brilliant-cut diamonds, arrayed in three distinct rows, create maximum sparkle, in this gorgeous contemporary bracelet. Expertly crafted in rich 18 karat gold and measuring 6 3/4 inches long by 3/16 inch wide.
A simply spectacular Art Deco plaque bracelet from the mid-1920's. Though designed around the dazzling central 1.10 carat european-cut diamond, the competing stars of the show are three carats of electric blue calibre sapphires which radiate in geometric shapes from the center and run the full lengt...(more)
At over 1 and 1/2 inches wide, here is a knock-out bracelet crafted in gleaming 14K yellow gold during the middle of the last century, in emulation of nineteenth-century Victorian style. The central decorative clasp, which is a bit wider than the bracelet, is fashioned as a book motif and is emblazo...(more)
A truly exquisite and feminine adornment from La Belle Époque - circa 1910. Dainty platinum and diamond links alternate with lustrous natural pearls and collet-set European-cut diamonds to create this ravishing and romantic treasure. 7 inches long.
A lithe and lovely Edwardian bracelet - circa 1910-1920 - with plenty of shimmer and sparkle. Five natural button pearls with a soft velvety luster, alternate with six European-cut diamonds sparkling from within delicately milgrained collet settings in this elegant early twentieth-century jewel, sup...(more)
This sleek and streamlined jewel - circa 1920s - is skillfully crafted in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold and centers on a floating quarter-carat European-cut diamond. The tapering geometric central links glisten with tiny rose-cut diamonds arrayed around deep blue synthetic sapphire triangles (o...(more)
A rare and ultra-cool treasure of early Modernism, this unusual riveted gate link bracelet was handcrafted in silver over 14k rose gold in Russia circa 1908-1927. The center of the bracelet features three bright and beautiful diamonds set in oxidized silver with floating frames - a European cut and ...(more)
Scandinavian aesthetic is in full flower in this charming early-twentieth century bracelet and earring suite blossoming with lustrous moonstones and silver leaves and berries. The bracelet and earrings are rendered in a stylized Art Nouveau/ Arts and Crafts style. The bracelet measures 7 5/8 inches...(more)
This handmade mid-century bracelet showcases three exceptionally well-matched natural untreated Burmese navette-shaped jades, with richly saturated apple-green hues, centering infinity motif links rendered in fourteen karat yellow gold. The length of the bracelet is 6 1/2 inches and would be perfect...(more)