One of the sweetest and loveliest Art Nouveau/Renaissance Revival necklaces imaginable. A pearl-bearing scalloped half shell colored in bright shaded yellow and pink enamel is surmounted by a leafy scroll design rendered in bright blue, green and white enamel. This top section is centered with a sma...(more)
A darling and dainty antique bracelet in brilliant gold and purple, dating back to 1900. Ten floral links, beautifully rendered in textured 14 karat gold, and each highlighting a bright and lively faceted round amethyst are connected by a pair of open links. 6 3/4 inches long and extra sweet and lov...(more)
A very fine and fabulous jewel from the turn-of-the-twentieth century, and ripe for the picking. This enchanting grape cluster brooch shimmers with a 'bunch' of natural pearls of various colors and hues. These luscious fruits (of the sea) are crowned with translucent, shaded green plique-a-jour...(more)
An exotic and exemplary antique locket, circa 1900, from San Francisco's renowned jeweler - Shreve & Company. This rare and wonderful jewel is very finely handcrafted with graceful textured gold pierced work overlaying red guilloche enamel. The sinewy foliate motif is dotted with three chartreus...(more)
Lightly shaded pastel enamel flowers and scrolls combine with shimmering natural freshwater pearls in this thoroughly delightful, original Art Nouveau necklace, circa 1900. The pendant measures 1 3/8 inches from top to bottom and 1 inch across. 16 inch chain.
A very lovely, original Art Nouveau bracelet beautifully rendered in velvety 18 karat yellow gold and glistening with six natural colored old mine-cut diamonds including - colorless, canary and cognac. Circa 1900; 7 inches long by 3/8 inch wide.
This extra-lovely engraved bracelet, circa 1900, with five diamond-set sections, is cleverly crafted with light hollow links which add effective decorative shadowed outlines. The gold displays a soft and velvety acid-washed patina. About 7 inches long by just shy of 1/2 inch wide.
A sinewy, ruby-headed reptile, with an extraordinarily long diamond-studded tail, is artfully sculpted in 18 carat gold in this wonderful and whimsical Victorian-era brooch, circa 1860. 1 3/16 inches by 1 inch.
A particularly grotesque and fearsome mythical winged creature, otherwise known as a Gargoyle, embraces a sparkling-white, old mine-cut diamond in her (it is a Goyle after all!) menacing claws. Circa 1900, 18 karat yellow gold, 1 1/4 inches.
An artful blending of Art Nouveau and neo-classical aesthetics distinguish this enchanting antique bracelet, circa 1900. Eight fancifully designed sections, joined by a matching hidden clasp, highlight a bright and glowing yellow-green, square-cut peridot. A truly ravishing antique jewel.
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.
A truly enchanting treasure from the turn-of-the twentieth century. A glowing array of six peridot substitutes (we think glass) of various shapes accompany the star of the show - a ravishing floral motif centerpiece shimmering with shaded pink and green enamel. Small, glistening freshwater pearls le...(more)