A dreamy, high-color, antique pear shape diamond, weighing 1.07 carats, shines solo from within its original setting, hand crafted in platinum over gold during the first or second decade of the twentieth century. Simply sparkling.
A fun and fashionable, with a touch of the exotic, necklace and earrings suite composed of 26 elliptical, natural color, hand carved jade beads alternating with as many 18K yellow gold and black onyx rondelles, plus a pair of black onyx flames crowning the earrings. The jade, which is accompanied by...(more)
In the artistically experimental, nature-inspired period known as Art Nouveau, roughly from 1890 to 1910, it was not uncommon for artisans to craft gold jewelry in combination with glass and/or synthetic gemstones. This pretty necklace is just such a piece, as confirmed under magnification by our ge...(more)
This ultra-chic and charming, original Art Nouveau pendant necklace - circa 1910 - shimmers times three with a talented trio of freshwater pearls dancing below a sinuous Art Nouveau whiplash design rendered in striated yellow gold; by Chas S. Crossman & Company, Yew York 1904-1931. The new chain...(more)
A beautiful and very substantial Maltese cross, expertly crafted in weighty 22K yellow gold, depicting multiple iconic Christian symbols: The Sacred Heart, the Holy Virgin, Saint Anthony, Saint Christopher, the winged Holy Spirit and roman numerals representing the mystery of the Holy Trinity. A tru...(more)
A billowy bell-like pendant, masterfully handcrafted in lacy platinum, rings loud and clear with a sparkling three-quarter carat European-cut diamond swinging in the center. The sinuous filigree is accentuated with delicate milgraining and is dotted with seven old mine-cut diamonds glistening from w...(more)
22 inches of graduated luscious apple green jade beads, ranging in size from 9.64 millimeters down to 4.11 millimeters, accompanied by a gemological report from Stone Group Labs stating: natural, no indications of polymers or dyes, Burma origin. White gold vintage style clasp.
A double-darling Edwardian-era jewel starring a pair of peachy salmon-colored coral drops. The corals dance at different lengths from platinum over gold knife wires dotted with rose-cut diamonds. Circa 1910. The pendant measures 1 5/8 inches, the new white gold chain measures 17 inches.
The underlying textured 18K gold peeks through shaded lavender enamel for a shimmering iridescent effect in this splendid Art Nouveau orchid pendant - circa 1900. One glittering diamond in the center and one lustrous freshwater pearl dangling below lend an added splash of magic to this thoroughly en...(more)
An extraordinarily rare and stunning platinum, emerald and diamond necklace dating from the high-Art Deco period - circa 1925. Eleven lustrous emerald cabochons, carved with leafy designs and totaling 18 carats (over 1.50 carats each), are evenly spaced between pairs of collet-set European-cut diamo...(more)
A pair of faceted lime-green peridots glistens from within a fanciful, seed pearl-dotted frame, hand fabricated in lustrous 15K yellow gold, in this extra-lovely early-nineteenth century pendant necklace originating from the British Isles. 1 3/4 inches by 7/8 inch with new 18 inch gold chain.
An elegantly elongated pendant drop, masterfully handcrafted in platinum and sparkling with just over 2.50 carats of dazzling white diamonds - circa 1910. The gorgeous necklace is adorned with delicate scrolled piercing, exquisite milgrain engraving and a pretty crown of three diamonds at the top. ...(more)