1 and 1/8 inch long, lustrous and lovely, original Edwardian/early-Art Deco drop earrings, hand fabricated in platinum over 18K gold. These utterly delightful ear drops are anchored by a pair of sparkling European-cut diamonds set in stylized star settings suspended from gently tapered tops set with...(more)
Beaming brilliantly from within a full bezel setting atop a beautifully ornamented mounting, die-struck and intricately hand tooled in bright and sturdy 14K white gold (.585), sparkles a bright white European-cut diamond, weighing .90 carat. Diamond-set scroll motifs, delicate milgraining and a flut...(more)
This 1930s Depression-era jewel, in glorious black & white, is composed of a black onyx plaque centered with a single diamond-set (as in playing cards) sparkler, set in bright and sturdy 10K white gold. Currently ring size 5 3/4.
Consummate and classic early-Art Deco splendor is exemplified in this original diamond engagement ring, exquisitely hand crafted in platinum, dating from the 1920s. A bright white and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of one carat (.97), sparkles night and day from atop the artfully ...(more)
Framed north and south with a tiny seed pearl necklace and east and west with flowers and leaves, a rich amber color citrine casts a golden glow. A beautiful Depression-era bauble, circa 1930s, substantially crafted in two-tone (yellow and rose) gold. 13/16 long. A petite 3 1/4 ring size.
A central round brilliant-cut diamond is the star of the show in this dynamic diamond Art Deco dazzler, crated in platinum during the second half of the last century in homage to the classic, elongated dinner rings of the 1920s-30s. The center diamond is accompanied at the cardinal points with four ...(more)
A pristine and precious treasure from the height of the Jazz Age - circa 1920s. This truly exquisite and exemplary platinum and diamond necklace centers on a marquise diamond floating in the center of a diamond-studded plaque, and is embellished east and west with pairs of bright diamond baguettes. ...(more)
Cupid's arrow is headed for its next lucky victim. Delicately hand fabricated in platinum during the zenith of the Art Deco period, circa 1920s-30s, both the arrowhead and the feathery fletching are aglitter with tiny round diamonds. Just over 2 inches long and lovely.
A fabulous late-Art Deco double clip brooch, expertly and substantially hand crafted in platinum, circa 1930s, featuring mirror-image cornucopias of vibrant blue Ceylon sapphires flowing from sparkling, asymmetrical diamond bows. A truly gorgeous example of long lost, opulent Art Deco artistry. Equa...(more)
A tale of two eras: In the center we have a classic platinum and diamond line bracelet embraced on each side by a slender row of rich royal blue, scissor-cut, calibre sapphires (synthetic) - circa 1930s. Then, later in the century (1950s-60s), when yellow gold was back in vogue, the bracelet was wra...(more)
A gorgeous, high-color European-cut diamond, weighing .65 carat, sparkles loud and proud from atop a triple-tiered mounting, artfully designed and rendered in platinum and glittering on all sides with small round diamonds. Delicate milgraining and a sleek knife-edge ring shank (currently size 4 3/4)...(more)
This dramatic Jazz Age jewel sparkles front and center with a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .68 carats, but which presents considerably larger due to its bezel setting and all around frame of jet black, faceted, calibre onyx. The outer bezel and open work under gallery are craf...(more)