An opal and diamond winged angel (with horns!) has caught the golden ring and is ascending to heaven from a freshwater pearl cloud launchpad. A fabulous, colorful, multidimensional sculpture rendered in velvety and bright textured 18K gold. His wings are composed with rich blue & green opal doublets...(more)
Ring in springtime all year round with this double charming bluebell brooch, artfully and masterfully hand crafted in platinum with a touch of 18K yellow gold. The multidimensional flowers are studded in bright turquoise and the sinuous stems and leaves sparkle with 5 carats of high-color, high-qual...(more)
4 and 1/8 inches long and extra-lovely! An early Art Deco bar pin, superbly and thoroughly adorned with fine geometric lattice work, glitters left and right and in between with 2.35 carats of bright white European and old mine-cut diamonds shining from within an array of delicately millegrained sett...(more)
Crescent motifs were all the rage during the Victorian era and throughout the years we've had the privilege of buying and selling some extraordinary examples; however, this singular and sensational jewel is truly befitting of royalty! Measuring an impressive 2 inches wide and masterfully hand crafte...(more)
An impressive and impressively scaled, nineteenth-century Maltese cross crafted in silver over gold and glittering with 11 carats of bright white diamonds. A 1.50 carat rose-cut diamond serves as the sparkling centerpiece with almost 10 carats of old mine and swiss-cut diamonds arrayed over the four...(more)
Aquarius the water bearer is serving up a thirst quenching cocktail of fresh cold diamonds in this artfully stylized Retro brooch by the chic and sophisticated Chicago and Paris based jewelers' of yesteryear - Trabert, Hoeffer & Mauboussin. Circa 1940s-50s, 14K, 2 3/16 by 1 1/8 inches.
A sparkling trio of bright-white European-cut diamonds, totaling 1 carat, are the featured stars of this platinum brooch dating from the peak of the Art Deco period - circa 1925. Measuring and impressive 2 1/8 by 1 inch, the plaque packed to the hilt with a glittering array of old mine and rose-cut ...(more)
Something strikingly different by way of London, England - circa 1971, an extraordinary example of high-end hippie jewelry. The amorphous free-form design, reminiscent of a creature from the deep, is hand crafted in gleaming 18K yellow gold and randomly studded with round brilliant-cut diamonds, tot...(more)
Delicate, geometric, platinum filigree outlines a sparkling, diamond-set, elongated bow-tie shape bar pin containing 1.40 carats of beautiful bright-white old mine-cut diamonds, including a .55 carat center stone. A gorgeous Jazz Age jewel - circa 1920s. (Bar pins are also perfectly suitable for tav...(more)
A central trio of antique cushion-cut diamonds, totaling 1.75 carats, sparkle across a striking louvered design set inside a blazing double frame of icy-white, high-quality, transitional European-cut diamonds (bringing the total diamond weight to 5.00 carats) in this stunning Art Deco masterpiece, e...(more)
Talk about a big rock! A 1 and 5/8 inch diameter, round cabochon agate displaying a harmonious variety of earth tone hues, is simply presented in a 9K rose gold bezel in this fabulous brooch originating from 19th-century Scotland. A big, bold, bonnie bauble!
Quintessential Art Deco splendor is consummately captured in this sleek and sophisticated bar pin dating from the zenith of the design period - circa 1925. Three colorful sections: the center featuring a natural oriental pearl, and the outer sections centering on a pair of collet-set European-cut di...(more)