Music for your eyes! From the first decade of the 20th century, a light and lovely, stylized lyre motif pendent necklace glittering with three small antique cushion-cut diamonds and shimmering with tiny seed pearls. An American freshwater pearls dances below. The pendant measures 1 and 5/8 inches, t...(more)
A very charming original Art Nouveau pendant, circa 1905, with a shimmering iridescent pink and green enamel tulip set atop a golden whiplash motif, matching loop, and a freshwater pearl drop dancing below. Sweet and pretty. Finely handcrafted in 15 karat gold, suggesting English origin. Measures 1 ...(more)
This ultra-chic and charming, original Art Nouveau pendant necklace - circa 1910 - shimmers times three with a talented trio of freshwater pearls dancing below a sinuous Art Nouveau whiplash design rendered in striated yellow gold; by Chas S. Crossman & Company, Yew York 1904-1931. The new chain...(more)
In the artistically experimental, nature-inspired period known as Art Nouveau, roughly from 1890 to 1910, it was not uncommon for artisans to craft gold jewelry in combination with glass and/or synthetic gemstones. This pretty necklace is just such a piece, as confirmed under magnification by our ge...(more)
A swarthy, stern looking, rosy-cheeked Arab gent, decked out in a golden gem-set (diamonds, rubies and demantoid garnets) keffiyeh is artfully rendered in multi-colored enamel in this very unusual, exotic and collectable stickpin - circa 1900.
A very cool stickpin from the turn-of-the-twentieth century. A spiderweb turquoise is presented in a golden, neoclassically ornamented shield, with both Art Nouveau and art Deco style suggestions, by The Brassler Company, estab. 1909 in Newark, New Jersey.
A lush and flowing foliate design, composed in richly textured 22K yellow gold, culminates in a pair of lustrous pearl-petaled blossoms in this exemplary work of jewelry art originating from fin-de-siecle France. A pair of loops on the reverse accommodates a neck chain. 1 5/8 inches by 1 1/2 ...(more)
This enchanting, exotic and far-from-ordinary turn-of-the-twentieth century jewel highlights a translucent green natural Burmese jade drop that swings freely from a magnificently ornamented golden escutcheon centered with an all-seeing emerald eye. Three natural pearls add extra luster to this singu...(more)
Enchanting iridescent enamel purple and green hues shimmer and shine in this ultra-charming, stylized Art Nouveau tulip bud pin artfully hand fabricated in softly textured gold - circa 1900. This was originally intended as a watch pin with the loop at the bottom, however, upside down it works splend...(more)
A beautifully crafted 14 karat gold floral necklace by the renowned American jewelry manufacturers Krementz, circa 1900, with a fresh springtime theme. Shimmering freshwater pearl blossoms are nestled amongst scrolling leaves in verdant green and white enamel, suspended from a pair of delicate chain...(more)
Artistic, distinctive and graceful drop earrings from the early 20th century, with over one carat of bright and glittering mine-cut diamonds set inside elegant serpentine frames with sparkling Caribbean-blue zircons swaying beneath. Exquisitely hand-crafted in 15 karat gold (therefore likely of Engl...(more)
This exquisitely designed cross pendant apparently dates from the turn-of-the-twentieth century, however, the sparkling high-crowned table-cut diamonds were cut much earlier. The captivating and curvaceous jewel is rendered in rich, softly textured, 18K yellow gold and measures just shy of 2 3/4 inc...(more)