There's a lot going on in this very lovely and highly detailed pendant necklace, dating back to the first decade of the last century. The top of the curvaceous design is overlaid with a textured foliate motif and a lustrous seed pearl; the center sparkles with a buttercup-set diamond, and the narrow...(more)
A shimmering freshwater pearl dances at the bottom of this delicate, delightful and thoroughly feminine turn-of-the-twentieth century jewel gleaming with tiny natural seed pearls and a central old mine-cut diamond sparkler. The pendant measures 1 5/8 by 5/8 inch, the chain measures 16 inches.
A sweet, petite and dainty turn-of-the-century drop centering on a bright light-green peridot with lustrous seed pearls arrayed over a graceful and airy gold wire framework. A freshwater pearl dances below. Circa 1900. 1 1/2 inches by 1/2 inch; 17 inch chain.
A sinuous trio of shimmering blue and green enamel morning glories form the centerpiece of this enchanting Art Nouveau necklace centered with a lustrous freshwater pearl, a tiny twinkling diamond with a freshwater 'wing' pearl dancing below. An ultra-lovely nature-inspired jewel - circa 1900. 1 1/4 ...(more)
Three freshwater pearl dangles dance below a golden pearl-centered repousse garland surmounted by a lovely matching seed pear centered bail in this utterly delightful 2 inch long pendant necklace - circa 1900. The chain measures 16 inches.
A lovely, long and slender tear drop shape pendant centered with shimmering pearl studded leaves with a feathery freshwater wing pearl dangling at the bottom. Circa 1900-1910. The drop measures 2 inches long, the chain measures 17 inches.
An artful variation on a classic Art Nouveau whiplash motif provides a lovely presentation for a pair of bright lime green peridots with a diamond crowned pear shape drop swinging freely at the bottom. The pendant measures 1 1/4 inches, the chain measures 20 inches.
We're not sure if this unusual free form ring dates all the way back to the first decade of the last century, but it most certainly evokes a distinct Art Nouveau aesthetic. An unusual baroque freshwater pearl is enwrapped by textured leaves and shimmers between a pair of sparkling old mine-cut diamo...(more)
By Jones and Woodland, the predecessor of Krementz, comes this exotic and unusual scarab ring crowned with a turquoise-colored carved scarab. The artfully sculpted shoulders depict ancient Egyptian mother goddess Mut in her vulture headdress. It took more than a few black belt gemologists to identif...(more)
'Colorful' serves as an apt description for this enchanting, rare and unusual Art Nouveau bracelet, dating from the first decade of the last century. 18K golden blossoms burst from seven repeating links and alternate with of as many differently colored gemstones: pink sapphire, cinnamon zircon, seaf...(more)
Few come sweeter than this enchanting Art Nouveau two-piece necklace - circa 1900. The bottom pendant is lightly crafted with an openwork design adorned with a mirror-image triple-leaf motif colored in shimmering pastel-green and pink enamel with a tiny diamond twinkling in-between. The matching scr...(more)
Attention aquamarine lovers! We run across a good deal of rings and earrings, occasional bracelets and necklaces, and every so often we stumble upon an elaborate Art Deco or Retro aqua brooch; however, here we have a glistening, cool blue gemstone serving as the focus of a classic 1920s bar pin, and...(more)