Twin diamond-crowned serpents slither around a rich, green, elongated cushion-cut tourmaline in this exotic and entrancing Art Nouveau stick pin, artfully crafted in 18 karat yellow, circa 1900. The top measures 5/8 inch high, the full pin measures 3 1/4 inches long. The top is numbered on the back ...(more)
Pretty pastels, glistening gold and shimmering freshwater pearls combine to create this refreshingly feminine and consummate Art Nouveau necklace - circa 1900. The pear-shape aqua pendant is imbued with a serene light Caribbean-blue hue and the shaded enamel scrolls gradate from lime yellow to glaci...(more)
An ultra-lush, deep purple, pear-shaped amethyst, probably of Siberian origin, is the center of attraction of this exemplary Art Nouveau necklace evoking Paris Metro entrance style architecture. A pair of small square amethysts and six shimmering freshwater pearls add extra splash. A truly charming ...(more)
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)
The most beautiful peinture sur enamel portrait pin ever! An undulating golden scallop shell serves as the canvas for this masterful portrait of an ethereal pre-Raphaelite beauty. Her shoulders are draped in a rose-cut diamond-embellished ribbon, a diamond star twinkles at the top of her shim...(more)
The world's very first defiant woman and original sinner is rendered as an enchanting Art Nouveau beauty in this masterfully sculpted (in high-relief) wonderful and weighty drop pendant, circa 1900. Her floral headdress glitters with tiny rose-cut diamonds and she's just about to condemn all of mank...(more)
They don't come any sweeter, or feminine, than this enchanting Art Nouveau necklace - circa 1900 - composed of lustrous pink coral mined from the blue ocean waters and shimmering pearls mined from freshwater rivers. Three elegantly fashioned, scrolled-gold sections support draping swags to create th...(more)
Scarves are coming back and this is just the thing! A lascivious Satyr fronts a ring of grapevine leaves in this very cool and unusual hinged Art Nouveau clip artfully rendered in gleaming, and weighty, 18 karat gold - circa 1900.
A glistening and gracefully shaped pair of deep amber-color Madeira citrines are sweetly embellished with delicate canatille goldwork in this dreamy and delightful negligee necklace dating from the turn-of-the twentieth century. The chain measures 16 inches and the longer of the two drops add anothe...(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 majestic eagle, masterfully rendered in soft and shimmering 18 karat yellow gold, is soaring home to her nest with a pearl and diamond bounty in hand (claw). Finely crafted in late-nineteenth century France (just prior to the Art Nouveau period), textured on both sides and hallmarked on pin stem. ...(more)