Nature’s most majestic creature - The Three-Toed Sloth - is just hangin' around and doing nothing, as usual. This handsome fella measures an ample 2 1/2 by 2 1/4 inches and is hand fabricated in gleaming 14K yellow gold.
Here are some fascinating factoids, courtesy of National Geographic...(more)
A glittering trio of diamond-set ovals join hands with a pair of lustrous natural pearls in this sparkling Edwardian-era charmer, finely handcrafted in platinum over gold with 68 small but mighty, high-quality old mine-cut diamonds totaling over one carat. This thorough charming 2 inch long jewel - ...(more)
A profile of a bejeweled Victorian beauty is intricately hand carved in high-contrasting black & white onyx and presented in a classic rose-yellow gold Victorian frame with foliate hand engraving and four tiny, lustrous seed pearls. Consummate Victoriana, circa 1880. 1 3/4" by 1 3/8".
A charming circle pin from the 1950's composed of ten shimmering 'angel wing' pearls, set in a pinwheel pattern, from the waters of the Mississippi River each dotted with a tiny dark blue sapphire. 1 1/8 " diameter.
Fit for a queen or, at the very least, a princess. A regal Victorian crown pin, modeled in 14K yellow gold and studded with lustrous natural seed pearls. Impress your subjects! 1 1/2" wide by 7/8" height.
The perfect gift for a perfect 10! An eight-pointed Maltese Cross, a traditional symbol of regeneration, is rendered in vibrant blue calibre sapphires on a sparkling white diamond background measuring 1 inch in diameter. Floating in the center is the Roman numeral 10 (or X marks the spot). This uniq...(more)
A classic Georg Jensen foliate brooch (number 138) crafted in sterling silver and blossoming in the center with a glowing cabochon garnet. A Danish delight. 1 5/8 by 1 1/4 inches.
In addition to the streamlined geometric styling, fine Art Deco jewels of the 1920s-30s are noted for their superior gemstones, and here is a splendid case in point. This majestic platinum and diamond brooch showcases a truly magnificent, old mine Colombian emerald from the renowned Muzo mines. Besi...(more)
With a wingspan of 4 and 3/4 inches, this soaring Egyptian Revival scarab brooch - circa 1920s - glows with translucent turquoise blue and shaded green plique-a-jour enamel feathers. Crafted in 800 silver (possibly German or Austrian origin) - exotically striking and beautiful.
A striking and sizable (2 3/8 inches) brooch - circa 1950 - assembled with two matching kite shape golden citrines, weighing about 9 carats total and tilted ever-so-slightly upward (wing-like) and flanking a central 20 carat oval citrine. The gleaming golden stones are fully bezel-set and wrapped in...(more)
A classical beauty with alabaster white skin, curly tresses and flowing ribbons with apricot highlights is skillfully carved in profile in this sizable (2 1/8 high by 1 3/4 wide) and stunning shell cameo framed in 14K gold with elaborate floral hand engraving. Consummate Victoriana - circa 1875.
We can only wonder why this may be the very first Victorian brooch we've encountered with three crescents (and a star) when the design is so symmetrically alluring. This nineteenth-century jewel glistens with three-quarters-of-a-carat of bright-white rose-cut diamonds set in darkly oxidized silver ...(more)