This elegantly fashioned and impressive Art Deco timepiece, crafted in platinum during the 1930s, sparkles mightily with 3.00 carats of bright-white European-cut and single-cut diamonds. The double-bullet shaped watch crystal is framed with a striking geometric design that leads to three radiant dia...(more)
A pristine and precious Art Deco timepiece by the celebrated Swiss watchmaker of the period - Paul Ditisheim. The sleek, platinum tonneau shape case houses an 18 ruby jeweled movement and is embellished with sparkling French-cut and small round diamonds accented with bright green emerald cali...(more)
By the renowned Swiss watchmaker - Girard Perregaux, circa 1960s, comes this sleek, chic and stylish 14K gold bracelet rendered in a lithe and supple tripart mesh design. The diamond framed center section flips open to reveal the hidden timepiece. 7 1/4 inches long by 3/4 inch wide. 17 jewel movemen...(more)
This extremely cool 1940s vintage bracelet watch, by the renowned Swiss watchmaker Paul Ditisheim, started out as a gent's watch, but today it makes for a highly distinctive and stylish lady's fashion statement. The classic (and substantial) 'tank tread' bracelet is comprised of alternating rows of ...(more)
A super chic, asymmetrical wrist watch, dating from the 1940s-50s, by the Swiss watchmaker and jeweler - Buche Girod. The zigurat-style top alternates with glittering bright-white, round brilliant-cut diamonds and large, deep-red, calibre rubies set in white and yellow gold, respectively.....
Just about the coolest and chicest (is that a word?) Retro bracelet watch we've ever seen. This moderne streamline beauty is entirely crafted in platinum, including the springy (expandable) gaspipe style bracelet. The sleekly styled center sparkles with a flash of bright-white single-cut diamonds se...(more)
A cool and colorful 1920s-30s vintage pendant watch adorned with a multi-chromatic: black, white, yellow, pink, orange, green and three shades of blue floral design, outlined with consummate Art Deco embellishments. This rare beauty measure 1 1/8 inches by 3/4 inch.
An especially chic French early-Art Deco watch - the eagle mark on the case tells us it was made before 1912 - beautifully hand-fabricated in platinum. The Swiss Glycine dial is framed in glittering diamonds and royal blue calibre sapphires, flanked by very stylish and iconically Deco geometric stir...(more)
This stunning, elegant timepiece jewel hails from the glorious Art Deco period, circa 1930s. A bright-white and dazzling array of European-cut and baguette diamonds - 6.25 carats total- form an inventive and artistic geometric lapel pin that swivels to display a pretty blue and white guilloche ename...(more)
A ribbon of gold intersected with a square watch bordered in diamonds shows off the 1940s retro style. A diagonal line of three diamonds set into square shapes sprinkled on each side completes the design. The watch has a mechanical movement, a silvery white dial, small square markers for the hours...(more)
Strange coincidences happen: we've come across two of the exact same very rare and exciting Retro watches - one in its original rosy-yellow gold finish (#60-1-740) and this white (rhodium) plated twin. One for each wrist! The same description will serve: Retro jewels don't come much cooler than this...(more)
From 1920s France, an elegant platinum and diamond ladies Art Deco watch designed around a streamlined octagonal shaped face accented with black onyx and set with a sparkling array of swiss-cut and single-cut diamonds in a geometric design with delicate milgrain details. Adjustable ribbon strap. The...(more)