By one of America's time-honored jeweler-to-the-trade, Krementz, a light and lovely wreath brooch crafted in platinum over gold and accentuated with black enamel tracery. Circa 1930s. Just over 1 inch.
From the bonnie highlands of Victorian Scotland, circa 1900, comes this impressive silver arrow brooch featuring a narrow, faceted, golden banded agate. Measuring 3 1/4 inches in length and 1 1/8 inches in width and fitted with a decorative dangling chain with safety pin closure. A somewhat delicate...(more)
Here's a real catch. A magnificent marlin leaps out of the salty sea in this handsome reverse crystal intaglio brooch. A rock crystal cabochon with an intaglio carved into the flat back is then painted realistically with oils so that when viewed from the top, the image has a rich, three-dimensional ...(more)
From the four billowing white sails to the streamlined hull, this fully diamond-set two masted schooner glides across the crest of a sparkling diamond studded wave. Circa 1920s when these schooners were used in popular races such as the America's Cup, this glittering adornment is an exquisite examp...(more)
A trio of fresh emerging spring leaves are colored with shimmering pink, yellow, green and blue pastel enamel, centered with a twinkling bezel-set diamond in this enchanting Art Nouveau inspired adornment. The leaves naturally drape across a diamond-studded stem with buds of lustrous freshwater pear...(more)
A sizable soft pale apple green jade striated with rich chrome and moss green color is finely carved on both sides with three lucious peach fruits (longevity and fulfillment), chrysanthemum flowers (joviality and a life of ease after retirement) and a bird overseeing the scene is set atop a simple f...(more)
This sweet, delicate Art Nouveau Style pin combines three delicate leaves shaded in light to dark minty green enamel and curvilinear stems punctuated with a small twinkling diamond and a lustrous dot of a cultured pearl. The pin measures 1 1/4 by 3/4 inches.
Recently crafted in 18 karat yellow gold and pastel enamels, this petite dogwood flower brooch makes a sweet statement. In the Victorian language of flowers, sprigs of dogwood were presented to women by their admirers to signify affection. A lovely token for the one you love.
First you'll have to catch this slippery poisson before mounting it on your lapel or shoulder. Artfully rendered in 18K yellow gold and depicted in mid-turn, she is dressed for the chase in shimmering, iridescent blue and green enamel and trimmed in sparkling white single-cut diamonds. Tiny, ...(more)
Reminiscent of the translucency of Japanese watercolors, this enchanting brooch, artfully rendered in rich 18K yellow gold, is adorned with iridescent, semi-transparent, pastel hard enamel, displaying a sweet pea blossom symbolizing delicate pleasures in the Victorian language of flowers. The...(more)
Expertly hand-fabricated in platinum in the early 1900s, exceptionally bright and lively, small green emeralds and glittering rose-cut diamonds combine to create an intriguingly beautiful closed Möbius band brooch. Cleverly designed to appear as a three-dimensional three-row band, this unique vint...(more)
As the seasons change and the leaves transform, the first drops of rain fall like diamonds in this soothing Art Nouveau brooch. Hand-fabricated in 18 karat yellow gold, expert enameling adorns the graceful, lightly pastel colored leaves. Two bezel-set, old mine-cut diamonds add a dash of dew-like s...(more)