Something delightfully different and distinctive in an original 1930s Art Deco pendant necklace. The curvaceous bell shaped design is rendered in 18K white gold and meticulously pierced with lacy filigree dotted with glinting rose-cut diamonds and accented with deep blue, scissor-cut, calibre synthe...(more)
Sixteen high-color transitional-cut diamonds, alternating in diamond-shape and round collet settings, sparkle all around this striking Art Deco circle brooch, crafted in platinum and textured with fine engine engraving. Circa 1930s, .85 carat total diamond weight, 1 1/8 inches in diameter.
From the famed Parisian house of extraordinary jewels, Marshak - circa 1940s-50s, comes this long, lithe and sexy lariat style necklace. Masterfully crafted in rich 18K yellow gold, the articulated chevron motif necklace culminates in a pair of sparkling platinum and diamond terminals designed with ...(more)
A unique and stunning jewel, crafted in homage to enduring Art Deco style and featuring an unusual diamond-shape (as in playing cards or baseball) step-cut diamond, framed concentrically with gorgeous calibre French-cut rubies and glittering full-cut diamonds. For added dramatic effect, the diamond ...(more)
From the 1930s, a cool and classic original Art Deco wedding set featuring a gorgeous, bright-white and brilliant European-cut diamond weighing .91 carats, and presenting, due to its four-cornered setting, all of one carat in outline. The dynamic diamond dazzles between a pair of straight baguette d...(more)
From the 1940s-50s, a sweet, petite and quite distinctive, architecturally inspired diamond engagement ring, sleekly designed and rendered in two-tone (yellow and white) gold, centering a high-quality, transitional-cut diamond, weighing .16 carats. A late-Art Deco beauty. Currently ring size 6 1/4+.
A bright-white and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .72 carats and bearing a Diamond Grading Report from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) stating: G color- VS2 clarity, presents considerably larger in this illusion-set solitaire diamond engagement ring, artfully and sturdily crafte...(more)
A platinum and diamond Art Deco bracelet from the 1930s was custom framed in gleaming 18K white gold during the 1950s to create this bold, striking, substantial and thoroughly stunning bangle bracelet. Crowned with a gorgeous half-carat marquise diamond, the bracelet sparkles all around the wrist wi...(more)
This refined and radiant original Art Deco jewel, circa 1925, features a bright and shining European-cut diamond weighing .70 carat. The stunning ring is crisply die-struck and hand detailed in platinum and is adorned on the side gallery with a striking, flared lattice work design. For a finishing t...(more)
Delicately hand crafted in platinum during the first or second decade of the last century, a sweet and sparkling oval halo of European-cut diamonds frames a beautiful, elegantly elongated, high-color, antique oval-cut diamond, weighing .78 carat. A classic and quite stunning pendant that can be worn...(more)
A lovely low-lying Art Deco jewel from the 1920s featuring a natural, no-heat bezel-set sapphire, weighing just over half-a-carat, centered atop radiant beams of platinum framed with sparkling white diamonds. A foliate inspired open work under gallery and a fluted (currently size 5) ring shank add t...(more)
A dual pairing of old mine-cut and old European-cut diamonds, all together weighing .60 carats, shine brightly and swing and sway from your lobes, lighting your way, night and day. Crafted in platinum over bright 14 karat gold circa the 1930s. Just shy of 1 inch long.