An entrancingly beautiful, nature inspired dinner style ring hailing from the peak of the Art Nouveau period - circa 1900. Leafy prongs emerge from the vertically fashioned ring to present a rather unusual centerpiece - a rainbow-hued mother of pearl with an almost cats-eye like shimmer (which, unf...(more)
A very vicious and venomous viper - a stylized cobra perhaps - dares you to snatch a sparkling European-cut diamond from its fangs, in this unique and sensational Art Nouveau ring - circa 1900.
A bright metallic-blue Montana sapphire glistens from within glowing golden leaves, which are further enhanced by four lustrous freshwater pearls, in this classic turn-of-the-century pin, or watch pin, equipped with a useful loop on the reverse. Circa 1900, 1 5/16 inches by 3/4 inch.
A trio of very bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamonds radiate from the top of this deeply carved 'Gypsy' style ring, crafted in 18 karat yellow gold with a graceful leaf and flower motif combined with abstract ornamentation. A marvelous three-stone sparkler, circa 1900.
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century, an enchanting, slender and gracefully flowing navette (or marquise) shaped diamond dinner ring. This ravishing and romantic ring was lovingly hand-crafted in richly colored 14 karat yellow gold, which, being unusual for Edwardian jewelry, may even date it back...(more)
A bold, bright and beautiful amber-colored faceted citrine is embraced by a garden of sinuous flowers in 14k yellow gold, made in the 1960s, signed 'Strell'.
A shining and shimmering baroque freshwater pearl is enwrapped in elegantly sculpted flora in this thoroughly charming, nature-inspired Art Nouveau ring, circa 1900.
A fierce mythological beast, presumably a Griffin or Gargoyle with his wings in repose, is jealously grasping a sparkling old mine-cut diamond in its maw, in this very cool and different Art Nouveau gent's (or unisex) ring, circa 1900. Ring size is 9 1/2.