A rare, wonderful and sizable antique pendant necklace, highlighting a luminous oval moonstone, presented in consummate Victorian fashion. The moonstone is held in place by no fewer than twenty-four prongs and is embellished with a subtle rope-motif frame, hand-engraved design elements, and three tw...(more)
From the very literary nineteenth century British Isles come this captivating volume with a beautifully hand engraved, 15ct. yellow gold cover. A picture is worth a thousand words! 3/4 inch.
Three slender dangles, diamonds on the outside and a pearl in the center, swing and sway with your every movement in this fabulous and feminine Edwardian necklace, masterfully hand crafted in platinum over 18K yellow gold - circa 1910. A varied combination of classic Edwardian motifs: bows, swags, l...(more)
Who can dispute the distinctive allure of suffragette jewelry? and here is a case in point: The iconic purple, green and white colors, represented here in peridot, amethyst and (mabe) pearl, beautifully coalesce in this gorgeous Arts & Crafts/Art Nouveau style pendant dating back to the first co...(more)
A shimmering trio of freshwater pearls dangle and dance below a classic seed pearl-set whiplash motif in this charming, original Art Nouveau pendant necklace - circa 1910. Made by Champenois and Company from Newark, NJ from 1865 until the 1950s. 14K yellow gold, the newly added chain measures 16 inc...(more)
From Victorian England, a charming oval locket hand crafted in 15K yellow gold and masterfully hand engraved on both sides with foliate and floral motifs. Lovingly worn with age and un-monogramed! Just under one inch high by 13/16 inch wide.
In the jewelry world, lavalier necklaces with asymmetrical drops such as this are referred to as negligees (not to be confused with the slinky sheer nightgowns), and this sparkling early-twentieth century jewel, in glorious blue & white, is as lovely as they come. A faceted round sapphire, crown...(more)
From Belle Epoque France, circa 1900, feminine, lacy lines of platinum and glittering diamonds form a highly stylized fleur-de-lys design, culminating in a dancing bright-white pear-shaped diamond weighing 1.25 carat. Jewels from the French Belle Epoch are essentially equivalent to British and Ameri...(more)
Traditionally used to decorate the swords of the samurai of feudal Japan, this shakudo ornament has been repurposed into a lovely and sizable locket. The multi-color image depicts a man on horseback releasing a bird to the sky, a rendering which we believe may point to the Japanese legend "The Grati...(more)
A highly stylized diamond heart necklace by one of America's foremost fashion jewelry designers - Cathy Waterman. This romantic and sparking jewel is crafted in platinum and hangs from a 16-inch black silk twisted rope cord with fittings. Everyday is Valentine's Day. The heart measures 1 inch long ...(more)
An easy to wear, every day, 17 inch long necklace in 18 karat two-tone gold. This lithe and lovely, negligee-style, tassel necklace dangles and sways with your every movement.
An artistic and highly distinctive necklace by Brassler & Co. of New Jersey - circa 1900. Its bright square-cut peridot and grey seed pearl fringe are suspended from a fleur-de-lys and pearl arch. Finished with a chain of graceful elongated links. It measures 1 and 3/4 inches and suspends from ...(more)