At 18 inches, this former Victorian watch chain is the perfect length for a necklace (although it is still perfectly serviceable for its previous purpose). Crafted in gleaming 15 carat rosy-yellow gold (and stamped on every link!), except for the center clasp which is stamped 9 ct. with an 'S. Bros....(more)
A rare and wonderful, late-nineteenth century, double-strand opal bead necklace culminating in a decorative opal and diamond clasp designed to be worn in front. The subtly graduating beads display a shimmering color profile of pastel green and blue with flashes of yellow and orange, and each bead is...(more)
From nineteenth-century France, repoussé wreaths adorn both sides of this ultra-charming hexagonal locket, superbly crafted in rich 18K yellow gold. French hallmark and assay mark. Just shy of 1 1/8 inches across, 1 3/8 inches with loop.
Originating from turn-of-the-twentieth century Great Britain, a charming diamond drop necklace designed and rendered in darkened silver over 9ct. rose gold in a highly stylized, open bell shape motif. The pendant glitters with an array of rose-cut and old mine-cut diamonds, totaling .85 carat, and m...(more)
A photo of your loved one is protected by an artfully hand engraved buckled sash in this very lovely oval locket, hand crafted in warmly patinated 9ct. gold, by way of the 19th century British Isles. 15/16 by 13/16 inch.
An enchanting array of ten pastel colored, natural sapphires, ranging in color from pale blue and yellow, aqua, light lavender and pink - totaling 17 carats - glisten and glow from within golden bezels arranged in the form of a sizable (2 5/16 by 1 3/4 inches) cross for a stunning and highly ...(more)
From turn-of-the-twentieth century Great Britain comes this thoroughly enchanting Art Nouveau necklace. The pendant features a pair of glistening lime green peridots dangling inside and below a classic whiplash motif studded with shimmering seed pearls. The 2 inch long pendant is 15ct. gold, the 20 ...(more)
Six luminous lunar rocks (a.k.a. moonstones): 4 ovals, 1 round and 1 pear shape, plus a sparkling pale blue sapphire, are arrayed in 9ct. gold and emit a celestial sheen in this breathtakingly beautiful necklace from to 1930s-40s Great Britain. The chain measures 17 1/2 inches, the pendant extends 2...(more)
Most carved rock quartz crystal pendants from the 1930s tend toward a fanciful and frilly filigree design, however, this streamlined shield shape beauty displays the striking architectural geometry associated with the Art Deco period. Crafted in bright 14K white gold and dotted with a twinkling diam...(more)
Red (calibre ruby), white (diamonds) and blue (enamel) stars and stripes shine and sparkle within a platinum shield anchored by ... an 18K golden anchor! Beautifully handcrafted, strictly for naval officers, their spouses and American patriots. 1 1/8 (without loop) by 11/16 inches.
Here we have one of the most striking and unusual locket and chain pairs that we've ever run across. Crafted in 800 silver with dark gunmetal colored inlays, a complicated process known as niello, the concentric circle motif of the locket is centered with a rose gold flower and suspends from ...(more)
The classic Art Nouveau whiplash motif in white enamel is brightened and embellished with shimmering green enameled leaves, a opalescent pink enameled flower blossom, and a swinging kite shaped drop accented with a small diamond and three natural pearls. Artfully rendered in 18K gold, circa 1900, th...(more)