A square step-cut sapphire, weighing 3.01 carats and displaying a beautiful cornflower blue hue, radiates from within a bezel setting between stepped, diamond-set shoulders in this crisply tailored Art Deco ring, crafted in 18K white gold. The upper ring shank is embossed with a classic lyre motif a...(more)
The preferred gemstone of stylish vampires, bloodstone, is cut into a sizable, deep-teal, sienna-flecked, beveled rectangle and is presented atop a fanciful white gold filigree mounting further ornamented with red, yellow and green enamel flourishes. Circa 1930s. The top of the ring measures just sh...(more)
A sweet and lovely quasi-Victorian/Art Deco style dinner ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in two-tone (yellow and white) 14K gold, and glinting in the center at at the tips with tiny single-cut diamonds. Circa 1930s-40s, 3/4 inch, currently ring size 6.
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)
Delicate lattice filigree overlaid with traditional orange blossom and foliate motifs support a single hexagonal-set old mine-cut diamond, weighing .12 carats, in this sweet & lovely 1920s-30s vintage engagement ring, die-struck and hand-finished in 18 karat white gold. Size 4 3/4.
For studs only. An original 1920s-1930s vintage stud set comprised of one pair of cufflinks, four vest buttons or large shirt studs, and three small shirt studs. All rendered in platinum over gold and featuring pearl centered, round black onyx discs framed with an embossed foliate design. Classic.
Although dating from the 1930s-40s, this distinctively designed bracelet presages the space-age modern designs of the late 1950s-60s. This cool jewel gleams with three round faceted brilliant turquoise-blue zircons orbited by rings of white gold. 5/8 inch wide by 6 1/2 inches in length.
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.
If ice could sizzle, it would look like this 1.04 carat European-cut diamond featured in this classic, platinum engagement ring. The diamond has been independently graded by the GIA as H color, SI2 clarity. It is mounted in four trefoil prongs and accented with milgrained channels of glittering, sma...(more)
Follow the black onyx line as it weaves an angled path through a straight line of bright white, sparkling European-cut diamonds. A classic Art Deco bracelet beautifully executed with fine scroll motif engraving on the sides executed in the expert style of craftsmanship one would expect from the peri...(more)
From the four billowing white sails to the streamlined hull, this fully diamond-set two masted schooner glides across the crest of a sparkling diamond studded wave. Circa 1920s when these schooners were used in popular races such as the America's Cup, this glittering adornment is an exquisite examp...(more)
A delightful pair of early-Art Deco diamond dangles - circa 1920s - each with five old mine-cut diamonds (10 in all totaling three-quarter carat), all sparkling from within platinum bezels over 18K yellow gold. The top and bottom stones float inside and are further enhanced by bright polished plat...(more)