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)
Affordable (by fine jewelry standards), original, beautiful, full Art Deco Necklaces are exceedingly scarce, and this truly stunning example, hand crafted in platinum during the 1920s-30s, is a rare find. The artfully designed centerpiece is composed of a sparkling array of round, baguette and marqu...(more)
A small scale, super sweet Aquamarine ring from the early 20th century. The 1.00 carat oval cut Aqua is bezel set in platinum over gold atop a slightly newer shank finished with engraved details. Finger size 4. Please note that this ring can only be sized up or down one size.
This consummate Edwardian/early-Art Deco dinner ring, hand fabricated in platinum and dating from the early-20th century, showcases three scintillating European-cut diamonds, together weighing just shy of 1 carat, lined up north to south and framed in a navette shape enhanced with a delicate scallop...(more)
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)
From the Roaring '20s comes this striking, natural color jadeite ring. Elegantly hand-fabricated in platinum, hand-engraved designs surround the jadeite and weave their way down the sides of the ring shank. Dramatically framed in black enamel and punctuated by twinkling diamond on two sides. A stunn...(more)
This original Art Deco (circa 1920s-30s) jewel centers on a softly hued cushion-cut aquamarine set within a surround of platinum topped 18k yellow gold. A lovely example of the combination of geometric, curvilinear and floral motifs used during the Art Deco period. The pretty pastel gemstone is acc...(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)