An elegant and breathtakingly beautiful platinum and diamond dinner ring from the Edwardian era - circa 1910. This sizable and exceptional jewel glistens with a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond weighing 1.65 carat with cardinal points each set with four additional European-cut diamonds with...(more)
A bright-white sparkler of a European-cut diamond, weighing 1.28 carats with an H color and VS1 clarity, beams from the center of this lovely traditional Art Deco engagement ring set in a squared setting with trefoil prongs. The gorgeous center stone is embraced on each side by sparkling flares comp...(more)
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 ring is an Art Deco masterpiece with architectural inspiration resulting in a superbly sculpted platinum and diamond jewel featuring an exquisite European-cut diamond, weighing 2.60 carats. The beautiful and brilliant central diamond is presented with sleekly styled columns of diamonds accentua...(more)
Unusually crafted in silver over 18 karat gold, this geometric Jazz Age jewel is somewhat reminiscent of a Frank Lloyd Wright window or tile. Except that this one measures just over 3/4 inch by just under half an inch and sparkles with over a half carat of European and rose-cut diamonds. A striking ...(more)
A radiant, diamond dotted, carved rock crystal centerpiece is framed in fanciful filigree in this lacy and feminine Depression-era pendant necklace dating from the 1930s. 1 3/4 inches high by just shy of 3/4 inches across, the chain measures 16 inches.
Three links of diamond-centered carved quartz and glass - sometimes referred to as camphor glass - alternate with delicate filigree links to create a precious depression-era bracelet, circa 1930s. Crafted in bright 14 karat white gold, it measures 7 3/4 inches long. A lovely match with more)
A deep and rich royal blue cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 1.50 carats, glistens and glows from the center of this stunning late Edwardian/early Art Deco ring, exquisitely hand-fabricated in platinum with the high standards expected of the early-twentieth century jewelers' craft. This splendid vintag...(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)