This 'new moon' is over 100 years old and measures 7/8 inch across. Rendered in gilded metal by way of late-19th~early-20th century Czechoslovakia.
Measuring 1 1/4 inches in diameter this starburst shines with a deep, rich red that as only pyrope garnets can. This pin is crafted in a heavily plated metal so it has a look of gold construction not usually seen in these pins. The elongated pin stem dates this piece to the mid-19th century. A true ...(more)
A zircon sun shines within an elliptical orbit in this Modern-Retro brooch. Simple and sleek in a rosy 10 karat yellow gold. Simply out of this world.
A ravishing and remarkable late-18th~early-19th century Georgian flower brooch masterfully crafted 'en tremblant': "En tremblant" is a French term - meaning "to tremble". It was first used to describe 18th and 19th century jewelry where parts of the diamond set pieces were attached to a tr...(more)
A lovely Victorian/Edwardian transitional design, this sparkling and sizable bouquet of flowers is crowned with ribbon on top. Numerous rose-cut diamonds set in silver and silver over yellow gold glitter all around and across the center. The flower stamens and bow knot are centered with bright red r...(more)
Attention aquamarine lovers! We run across a good deal of rings and earrings, occasional bracelets and necklaces, and every so often we stumble upon an elaborate Art Deco or Retro aqua brooch; however, here we have a glistening, cool blue gemstone serving as the focus of a classic 1920s bar pin, and...(more)
Magnificent Victorian artistry is in full flower in this sensational and sizable (2 3/16 by 1 1/8 inches) nineteenth century brooch highlighting an unusual and entrancing boulder opal. Brilliant flashes of color - fiery red, yellow and orange and cool blue and green - burst through the chocolate br...(more)
A stunning, highly stylized bow pin, hand crafted in platinum - circa 1925 - sparkling with 1.50 carats of diamonds and accented with bright green calibre emeralds. Flowing, multi-dimensional, asymmetrical ribbons are tied-up with a glittering marquise diamond. A splendid and sophisticated Art Deco ...(more)
A darling twelve-pointed star, crafted in 18K yellow gold and dating back to Victorian times, emanating with seed pearl rays and centered with a tiny diamond twinkler, wearable as a pin or pendant. 1 inch from point-to-point. Stellar!
This highly stylized heart pin from the 1940s is crafted in two-tone 14k gold (rose and yellow) and features a 1.25 carat brilliant-cut, electric periwinkle blue Zircon. Signed 'Soret'. 1 and 1/4 inches.
We love these mid-to-late 19th-century coral cluster brooches that mostly hail from Italy, and this one is especially appealing because of it's larger size and beautifully well-matched deep orange coral. Bold and bellisima! Crafted in silver, with both a pin and loop on reverse so it can be worn as ...(more)
A cheerful finishing touch for your lapel, this circa 1940s bow brooch is from the esteemed jeweler Cartier. Finely handcrafted in green and rose gold, with a glittering pale-blue square aquamarine at its center. Signed CARTIER. Measures 2 1/8 inches by 1 1/4 inches.