A lovely elongated open design is dotted with a tiny buttercup-set diamond, a small pearl and a freshwater pearl dangle. Sweet, circa 1905-1915. 1 7/8 inch long, the new chain measures 16 inches.
A mesmerizing mandala necklace/brooch centering a sparkling European-cut diamond surrounded by concentric rings of translucent plique-a-jour enamel. The intricate design catches the light with blue, green, yellow and rose color flashes within platinum diamond-shaped cells, punctuated by diamo...(more)
By William B Kerr & Co of Newark New Jersey, circa 1900, comes this fabulous, large scale brooch, crafted in sterling silver, depicting a nubile forest nymph peeking out between sizable (and lucky) clovers. 3 inches by just under 2 3/4 inches.
Circa 1900, a sweet Art Nouveau treat designed with a stylized, pearl-set fleur-de-lys centered with a violet amethyst. The maker's mark indicates William Link Company 1893-1910. 14K yellow gold, the 16 inch chain is new. 13/16 by 7/8 inch.
Eternal springtime is artfully captured in this never wilting flower pendant aglow with glorious enamel colors. A pair of bright red rubies (one natural, one synthetic - both original) glisten and a pair of natural pearls shimmer. Transitional Arts & Crafts/Art Nouveau, circa 1900. 2 inches high...(more)
A delicate and darling pearl and diamond drop, dating from the beginning of the last century, sparkling in the center and shimmering below. Sweet. 1 5/16 inches, new 17 inch chain.
This sweet and lovely lavaliere necklace, dating from the first decade of the last century, centers on a bezel-set, bright purple, oval amethyst doublet supporting a dangling violet amethyst briolette and natural pearl drop. 1 3/4 inches on a 16 1/2 inch chain.
A trio of iridescent pink tulips delicately frame a two carat twilight-colored opal. Artfully designed and crafted in 14 karat gold by the renowned and long standing American jewelery company Krementz in the early 1900s, this enchanting jewel does double-duty as both a brooch and a pendant. A swivel...(more)
An enchanting array of iridescent pink, lavender and green shimmers from the five petals of this exceptionally lovely pansy flower, centered with a sparkling European-cut diamond. Masterfully crafted, circa 1900-1915 by Crane and Theurer of Newark, NJ. The brooch/pendant measures 1 inch.
About as sweet as they come, this bright and cheerful charmer, dating from the first decade of the last century, glistens front and center with a bright pastel blue faceted oval aquamarine. The enchanting gemstone is fancifully framed with yellow gold swirls dotted with vibrant lime green demantoid ...(more)
A tantalizing trio of Montana sapphires wink from the center of this very sweet and artfully designed pin dating from the first decade of the last century. The 1 13/16 by 9/16 inch adornment combines both Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau design influences and was produced by Hayden W. Wheeler &...(more)
Circa 1900, a thoroughly lovely Art Nouveau pendant necklace designed with an artful variation on the characteristic whiplash motif, studded with lustrous seed pearls and featuring a pair of royal purple amethysts glistening within and below the curvaceous, open design. Rendered in 15K yellow gold, ...(more)