A wonderful, all original antique platinum, diamond and natural pearl bracelet from the first part of 20th century. This light and lovely, remarkable collector's piece exhibits both Edwardian and Art Deco influences. Six geometric plaques featuring a pair of side by side bezel set European cut dia...(more)
No fewer than nineteen confetti colored opals, weighing 19.50 carats total, plus thirty-eight small sidekicks, shimmer and glow shoulder-to-shoulder in this colorful, fun and festive bracelet crafted during the middle of the twentieth century. 6 1/2 inches long by 1/2 inch wide.
A truly exquisite early-Art Deco sapphire and diamond bracelet finely handcrafted in platinum from early-20th-century France. This half-inch wide jewel is comprised of three distinct sections: a pair of slender electric-blue straight rows of French-cut sapphires bordering a central honeycombed patte...(more)
A gleaming and slinky 14 karat spring-gold bracelet in the classic gaspipe style, circa mid-twentieth century. Slightly over 1/2 inch wide, 7 1/2 inches (approx.) long.
An enchanting antique bracelet, finely handcrafted in silver over gold and highlighting a 2.00 carat midnight blue sapphire. The sapphire is dressed up all around with sparkling European-cut and rose-cut diamonds set in floating geometric settings. This extra-lovely Edwardian-era bracelet, circa 191...(more)
A beautiful vintage Bohemian garnet bracelet featuring eight deep almondine rosette clusters. Stamps indicate Eastern European origin - usually Czekoslovakia. The bracelet is crafted throughout in vermeil (gold plating over 800 silver). The bracelet is 7 inches in length and closes with a flat-tong...(more)
Here is something we've never seen before in Egyptian Revival jewelry: A silver scarab, bejeweled with emeralds and ruby eyes, cleverly conceals a vinaigrette (not the salad dressing - a miniature snuff box from the Victorian period). The scarab is the centerpiece of a lovely organically inspired br...(more)
Nine sparkling old-mine and Swiss-cut diamonds are arrayed in a striking geometric design in this very cool and sophisticated antique bracelet, finely crafted in platinum over 14 karat gold, circa 1915-1920s. A rather lengthy 7 3/8 inches, but easily sizable.
Sapphires do not come any bluer (or old mine-cut diamonds much more brilliant) than the beautiful gemstones glistening in this exceptional late-Victorian bracelet, finely crafted in radiant 15 karat rose gold. Each gemstone is displayed in a stylized buttercup setting centered inside slightly torque...(more)
A 'striking' snake bracelet superbly rendered in spring-loaded gold, blue and green enamel and sparkling round diamonds. The intricately constructed coiled body is composed of individually riveted textured gold sections leading to a wavy tail. A scintillating and sinewy serpent, circa 1960. Sssssss...(more)
From the early-to-mid 1800s England comes this rare and wonderful Georgian bracelet still in its original fitted box from Watherston & Son Silversmiths and Goldsmiths - 12 Pall Mall, East London. Crowning the fanciful high-relief repousse center section is a glistening foil-backed emerald accent...(more)
The title just about says it all. This classic splash of gold for your wrist dates back to the 1950s-1960s. The width is between 3/16 and 1/4 inch.