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)
From La Belle Époque, flowing diamond-studded ribbons are neatly tied into a glittering bow in this exceptionally sweet and lovely Edwardian jewel - circa 1910-20s. This refined yet festive necklace is handcrafted in platinum and artfully incorporates open space to accentuate the curvaceous ...(more)
A darling nineteenth-century fringe necklace, measuring just shy of 16 inches, shimmering with a multitude of lustrous natural seed pearls. Handcrafted in 14 carat gold, most likely from Victorian England. Classic and eminently wearable Victoriana.
This fabulous emerald-eyed amphibian glitters with a wonderful warty skin of platinum and closely packed, bright-white old mine-cut diamonds. He/she is about 100 years old and would love to spend the next 100 with you. Platinum over rose gold, just under 1 carat total diamond weight. Without the loo...(more)
A unique and captivating creation, circa late-1800s, centering on a 1 and 1/4 inch wide flower blossom composed of five distinct rows of petals, each hand carved from bright orangy-salmon colored coral and supported in the back by a golden concave disc. The enchanting centerpiece centers a triple sw...(more)
A translucent, marbleized, apple green Burmese jade oval cabochon is crowned with stylized golden leaves in this delightful mid-century pendant. A colorful yet sophisticated low-key look. Accompanied by a Stone Group Lab gemological report indicating the jade to be natural, untreated and of Burmese ...(more)
This highly unusual 16 1/2 inch platinum necklace glitters all around with faceted diamond beads, or briolettes, graduating in size and color in various translucent honey-colored hues. We estimate the total diamond weight at 14 carats.
Five feet (plus change) of intricate, finely textured links create this wonderfully versatile nineteenth-century Victorian classic, adjustable in length with the help of a striking shield shape double slide, overlaid, textured and enameled with characteristic ornamentation of the period. Wear it ful...(more)
This ravishing, rare and wonderful suite of frutti de mare, by way of early-to-mid-19th century Italia, presents eleven deep orangy-salmon-colored coral cameos, carved in high relief, depicting as many classical Mediterranean beauties. The five necklace cameos are connected by a fabulo...(more)
From The Land of the Rising Sun, circa late-1800s, comes this wonderful, wearable work of jewelry art. A Japanese sail boat with a full billowy mast is artfully rendered in tri-color gold and sails across the bay with Mt. Fuji in the background and a crane soaring in the sky. This intriguing and exo...(more)
This sparkling, splendorous and very colorful 28 inch sapphire and 18 karat white gold neckchain glistens with fifty natural sapphires totaling approximately 75 carats (!). The sapphires span virtually the entire color spectrum (of sapphires, that is) and include: dark, medium and light blue; light ...(more)
Although probably not as old as most, this is indeed one of the most unusual, impressive and boldest Bohemian style garnet necklaces we've seen. Three large, and eight smaller, oval plaques are designed around four navette shaped faceted-top garnets to create a highly distinctive and stylish adornme...(more)