Three links of diamond-set carved quartz and glass - known as camphor glass - alternate with delicate filigree links to create a precious bracelet circa 1930s. Made in 14 karat gold, 7 3/4 inches long. A lovely match with 90-1-6479.
A deep and rich blue cushion-cut sapphire sits at the center of this stunning late Edwardian/early Art Deco ring that is exquisitely hand-fabricated in platinum with the high standards expected of the jewelers craft. This beautiful ring is set with tiny twinkling diamonds totaling almost thee-quart...(more)
A tranquil, pastel blue emerald-cut aquamarine, weighing 7.68 carats, is presented with understated elegance in a 1930s vintage solitaire mounting, crisply die-struck in sturdy 14K white gold and hand finished and engraved with decorative detailing, including symbolic orange blossom motifs on the s...(more)
A bright and brilliant old mine-cut diamond, weighing 1.43 carats, sparkles mightily from the center of a 1930s vintage Art Deco mounting, hand crafted in platinum and generously studded with small transitional European/round brilliant-cut and baguette diamonds. The round diamonds frame the stone to...(more)
Three opera length strands of small, lustrous, natural seed pearls make for a refined and feminine necklace, secured by a very lovely early-Art Deco diamond-set clasp (the tongue is 14K). 26 inches. Circa 1925.
An unequivocally delightful bracelet from the early Art Deco era - circa 1920's, hand fabricated in platinum and featuring six scissor-cut, light blue Aquamarines set in delicately milgrained bezel settings alternating with lacy, pierced platinum plaques dotted with glittering single-cut diamonds. T...(more)
Affordable (by fine jewelry standards), original, beautiful, full Art Deco Necklaces are exceedingly scarce, and this truly stunning example, hand crafted in platinum during the 1920s-30s, is a rare find. The artfully designed centerpiece is composed of a sparkling array of round, baguette and marqu...(more)
A small scale, super sweet Aquamarine ring from the early 20th century. The 1.00 carat oval cut Aqua is bezel set in platinum over gold atop a slightly newer shank finished with engraved details. Finger size 4. Please note that this ring can only be sized up or down one size.
This consummate Edwardian/early-Art Deco dinner ring, hand fabricated in platinum and dating from the early-20th century, showcases three scintillating European-cut diamonds, together weighing just shy of 1 carat, lined up north to south and framed in a navette shape enhanced with a delicate scallop...(more)
1 and 3/4 inch long and lithe early Art Deco earrings, beautifully hand fabricated in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold, circa 1920s. Designed and rendered with consummate Art Deco elegance, the earrings glisten with numerous bright white diamonds and culminate in a white satiny cultured pearl. Whe...(more)
This truly exquisite lozenge shaped brooch dates from the height of the Art Deco period - circa 1925-35. The shimmering frosted crystal background centers on a high-color and quality transitional-cut diamond, weighing just under 1 carat, sparkling from within in a platinum bezel and fancifully fra...(more)
From the Roaring '20s comes this striking, natural color jadeite ring. Elegantly hand-fabricated in platinum, hand-engraved designs surround the jadeite and weave their way down the sides of the ring shank. Dramatically framed in black enamel and punctuated by twinkling diamond on two sides. A stunn...(more)