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.
An early twentieth century uniquity! Cupid's arrow is beautifully rendered and masterfully hand engraved in 14K yellow gold, and the very fetching fletching is a bright orange, hand carved carnelian donut. This beautiful jabot pin measures 3 inches long by 7/8 inch wide.
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)
This stunning, though modestly proportioned (1 1/4 by 3/4 inches) Art Deco brooch is aflame with a super gemmy carved emerald, sapphire and a pair of carved rubies which, combined with a sparkling array of round and baguette diamonds, and a single kite shape diamond in the center, create a stunningl...(more)
A ultra-elongated (3 1/2 inches long by 5/8 inch wide!) transitional Edwardian/Art Deco bar brooch, exquisitely hand crafted in platinum, circa 1920s, featuring an unusual and enchanting purplish-blue sapphire, weighing 5 carats, glistening front and center. The fabulous platinum setting employs met...(more)
Fabulous Art Deco clips, masterfully hand crafted in platinum and extravagantly designed with over 10 carats of sparkling white diamonds and one carat of bright green emeralds. The elaborate mirror image design features a pair principal marquise-cut diamonds, each centering a pierced floral and ribb...(more)
The three principal old mine-cut diamonds alone weigh over 3.50 carats in this opulent Art Deco brooch, hand crafted in platinum, circa 1925. The elaborate geometric pattern with its open architecture allows the fabric on which the pin is worn to create a back-drop which further emphasizes the stunn...(more)
This fabulous and fancy early-twentieth century, transitional Edwardian/Art Deco brooch centers on a scintillating, bright-white, European-cut diamond surrounded by diamond-set foliate designs meticulously handcrafted with delicate piercing and fine milgrain beaded edges. A consummate, ultra-fine, o...(more)
By one of America's time-honored jeweler-to-the-trade, Krementz, a light and lovely wreath brooch crafted in platinum over gold and accentuated with black enamel tracery. Circa 1930s. Just over 1 inch.
Expertly hand-fabricated in platinum in the early 1900s, exceptionally bright and lively, small green emeralds and glittering rose-cut diamonds combine to create an intriguingly beautiful closed Möbius band brooch. Cleverly designed to appear as a three-dimensional three-row band, this unique vint...(more)
Originally designed as a convertible pendant/brooch combination, this exquisite Art Deco masterpiece was simplified by its former owner into a full-time pendant necklace, probably due to the fact that the pin stem was visible through the delicate openwork (if you wish, however, we can add it back). ...(more)
Elegant fan motifs, a characteristic theme of classic Art Deco jewels, are studded with a sparkling array of old mine-cut and rose-cut diamonds (totaling 2.35 carats) in this gorgeous Jazz Age jewel, hand crafted in platinum over 18K yellow gold, circa 1925. The decorative pierce work wonderfully in...(more)