Few, if any, original Art Deco sapphire and diamond straight line bracelets come as fine and fabulous as this gorgeous example from the 1930s. Five bright-white sparklers alternate with six royal-blue, French-cut sapphires, all which are set in a sleek and substantial bracelet, masterfully handcraft...(more)
A beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .20 carat, is featured in this lovely Art Deco engagement ring. The stone sparkles within an engraved, floating box setting, die-struck in 14 karat white gold. The tapered shoulders are adorned with pierced scrolls and the sides display a striking trellis g...(more)
A lovely carved quartz crystal pendant - also known as camphor glass - from the 1930s. A tiny diamond twinkles at the center of the crystal window, framed by engraved white gold. The pendant measures 1 1/2 inches long (including the bale) and 5/8" wide. The new 14 karat gold chain measures 16 inch...(more)
Just shy of 1 inch long, here is a charming navette (or marquise) shape dinner ring, circa 1930s. The ring shimmers with a carved rock quartz crystal, pierced in the center with a tiny twinkling single-cut diamond, set inside and atop a scalloped gold frame. Currently ring size 7.
A very wise (and completely politically correct) Chinese elder dons bookish spectacles, traditional headgear and a very impressive Fu Manchu mustache in this whimsical and exotic Art Deco jabot pin by Polak-Ainé, Paris, circa 1925. He is molded in rich cinnabar red glass and embellished with...(more)
This platinum, hand fabricated engagement ring, dating from the 1930s, centers on a beautiful, brilliantly scintillating, transitionally-cut diamond, weighing .80 carat, that presents somewhat larger than its actual weight due to the illusion style setting. The stone is set with four crisply sculpt...(more)
Crafted in platinum this engagement ring features a 0.44 carat bright and beautiful European cut diamond set low into a square top accented on each side with a smaller diamond. The gallery is beautifully engraved with a wheat sheaf motif and the ring is further detailed with delicate milgrain bead ...(more)
A bright-white and blazing, antique mine-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of one carat, with a color E and VS1 clarity, as graded by the GIA, is featured in this classic, traditional Art Deco diamond solitaire ring, crafted in platinum, circa 1920s-30s. For a touch of added sparkle, each s...(more)
A faded denim-blue cabochon sapphire, with a shimmering star (a.k.a. asterism), weighing 12 carats, resides in a beautifully sculpted, low-profile mounting, designed and rendered in 10K white gold and silver (quite unusual) by the estimable Philadelphia jeweler - J.E. Caldwell. The mounting is artfu...(more)
A classic, original Art Deco bracelet, circa 1930, centering on a sparkling marquise diamond outlined with bright green calibre emeralds.
The bracelet is comprised of three distinct sections glittering with 6 carats of bright-white high-quality diamonds. Hand fabricated in platinum and measuring a f...(more)
Original Art Deco (circa 1930) engagement rings crafted in two-tone gold are rare birds and this one is a beauty. Crisply die-struck and hand finished in 18K yellow and 14K white gold by the Charles Barnet Company of New York, this superb and stunning jewel centers on a bright-white, high-quality ol...(more)
These are impossible to find! An original Art Deco eternity wedding band, crafted in platinum and sparkling all around with 38 French-cut diamonds, totaling one carat. One side is engraved: 'June 27 1939', the other side reads: 'J.H.D. - J.C.'; they can come off, but why? An unsizable 6 3/4.