Five beautiful flower blossoms, or four-leaf clovers, composed of heart shape opal petals and a sparkling center diamond suspend from a fanciful golden necklace links in this charming and cheerful evocation of eternal springtime. The opals display a variety intense pastel hues of predominantly blue ...(more)
A collectable, and larger than usual, antique English Masonic ball fob, that opens to reveal a surprise. Expertly hand-fabricated in 9 karat rose gold, the ball in its closed position resembles a "ballot ball" used during Masonic voting. With a clever arrangement of hinges, which are barely percepti...(more)
This early twentieth century charmer centers on a bright turquoise cabochon presented within a delicately rendered caduceus style frame dotted with tiny seed pearls. A particularly lovely and artful design, circa 1910. The pendant measures 1 5/8 by 1 1/8 inches; the new chain measures 16 inches.
Elegantly handcrafted in platinum over 18 karat gold, a classic and curvaceous Edwardian pendant necklace aglitter with three bright-white old mine-cut diamonds and a pair of dangling (perhaps natural) pearls separated by a diamond-set garland. Delightful. Circa 1910. 1 and 3/16 by 15/16 inches, the...(more)
11 carats of brilliant bright-white European-cut diamonds sparkle all the way around this dynamic Jazz Age jewel, dating back to the 1920s. Much more interesting and eye-catching than its usual straight-row counterpart, the 115 stones are grouped in alternating geometric arrangements: finely milgrai...(more)
Diminutive and darling, kind of like a tiny pocket watch, this Victorian era treasure measures 5/8 inch across, displays intricate engine engraving on both sides and currently displays woven hair from a dearly departed, circa 1875. The initials E.F.B. are engraved on the front.
Not only is this 6.79 carat, deep raspberry-red ruby natural color (no heat treatment), according to the American Gemological Laboratory (AGL), but the cut of the gemstone gives it the outline of about a 10 carat ruby. The beautiful ruby is of East African (Mozambique) origin and displays a silky sh...(more)
Superbly handcrafted in platinum over gold during the first or second decades of the twentieth century, this sophisticated and stunning sizzler features a pair of bright-white old European-cut diamonds sparkling from within delicately millegrained floating bezels. The perfect pair is surmounted by t...(more)
Circa 1900, a fabulous swag necklace displaying a variegated collection of golden citrines, ranging in hue from deep Madeira to honey to sunny yellow. The lovely gemstones are interspersed with eleven freshwater pearls (from the Mississippi river) arrayed over four layers of draping garlands. 15 1/2...(more)
By one this country's most time-honored (and still thriving) manufacturers of fine jewelry to the trade comes this resplendent example of Art Nouveau artistry, circa 1900-1910. A stylized orchid, colored in iridescent pink and violet enamel, overlays a sinuous yellow gold backdrop and sprouts a pair...(more)
Circa 1900, a thoroughly delightful Art Nouveau pendant necklace designed with a classic whiplash motif, studded with lustrous seed pearls and featuring a pair of light lime-green peridots glistening within and below, with a tiny trio of demantoid garnets for accent. Rendered in 15 karat gold, hence...(more)
A sleekly elegant, early-20th-century aquamarine necklace highlighting a pale, limpid-blue, round faceted aquamarine articulated within a scalloped open border and suspended from an elongated open bar topped with another matching aquamarine. Stamped 9K indicating English origin. The pendant is suspe...(more)