This very pretty and feminine Art Nouveau pendant necklace - circa 1900 - is hand-crafted in rich 14 karat gold textured scrolls and features a glowing burgundy garnet cabochon and shimmering freshwater baroque and elongated drop pearls. Simply lovely. Suspended from a delicate 18 inch 14k gold rope...(more)
Charming and distinctive, early-to-mid-20th century, double-sided cufflinks artfully rendered in 18K yellow gold and bright green plique-a-jour (translucent) enamel with a cheerfully organic ivy motif - a traditional symbol of fidelity and wedded love (marriage optional). Meticulously handcrafted an...(more)
An exquisite Art Nouveau pendant depicting a lissome classical enchantress donning a flowing toga, artfully rendered in 18 karat gold relief. The curvaceous plaque is outlined with glittering rose-cut diamonds; the reverse is adorned with a graceful foliate design and engraved: "Prix Blondeau a Mme ...(more)
The wonders of nature have always served as inspiration for Art Nouveau jewels, and here's a shining example. A sinuous and symmetrical cattail plant, blossoming with glittering diamond flowers, overlaps a gracefully stylized whiplash-motif frame. A single shimmering seed pearl punctuates the bottom...(more)
A lustrous, dusky silver, natural button pearl centers a violet pansy flower rendered in layered enamel over 14K gold by the renowned, early-twentieth century American jeweler - Krementz. Circa 1900. Very minor enamel defect on one petal. 7/8 inch by 3/4 inch.
While waiting to dress your tresses, this rare and wonderful pair of hair barrettes, each measuring 1 and 1/4 inch long, reside in their original green and gold box. Darling, circa 1900.
An entrancing peacock-colored, pear-shape black opal, weighing 1.50 carats, is exotically presented in a shimmering green enamel and diamond-set frame in this consummate and quintessential Art Nouveau jewel. Please note that there is a very small chip at the tip of the opal. The top element measures...(more)
Once the Egyptian tombs were opened in the late 19th century Egyptian revival jewelry became the rage. This lovely brooch is set with a carved green stone scarab beetle (possibly an ancient relic) framed by graceful papyrus flowers and buds crafted of plique-a-jour blue to green transparent glass e...(more)
The radiant Roman goddess Ceres, with flowing tresses and adorned with ribbons and a sheath of wheat on her shoulder, is handcarved in high-relief in pretty peachy-pink coral. This captivating cameo is framed in warm 14 karat gold with a lovely thistle-motif design and may be worn as either a brooch...(more)
Now that those groovy silk neckerchiefs (scarves) from the seventies are finally back in fashion, secure yours with this fabulous 18 karat gold and diamond griffin. The .15 carat European-cut diamond is set in platinum. 1 1/4 inches long.
Translucent green water, golden lily pads and a single sparkling diamond support a friendly amphibian in these rare and wonderfully whimsical Art Nouveau double-sided cufflinks - circa 1900. 1/2 inch diameter.
A pair of lustrous and shimmering natural freshwater pearl blossoms are crowned with red enamel leaves and are entwined in sinuous green enamel vines dotted with teeny-tiny seed pearls in this extra-lovely Art Nouveau jewel - circa 1900. 1 5/16 inches wide by 13/16 inch high.