A ravishing work of wearable art. The six links of this unique and enchanting Art Nouveau bracelet - circa 1900 - are composed of shimmering shaded pastel-green and rose-colored enamel leaves which embrace bezel-set faceted round golden citrines of varying hues. These alternate with lustrous natural...(more)
Spring springs eternal with this wonderful and ravishing turn-of-the-century orchid brooch rendered in iridescent dusky rose and shaded golden green enamel over 18 karat gold. The 1 and 1/2 inches high by 1 1/4 inches wide jewel is in full blossom with a one carat old mine-cut diamond sparkling in t...(more)
A rich, deep purple faceted amethyst is elegantly displayed in a gorgeous Art Nouveau frame with four bright, high luster freshwater pearls. Hallmarked Whiteside & Blank, attributed to Gustav Manz. A gem!
Unusual and exotic Art Nouveau cufflinks, magnificently sculpted in rich 18 karat yellow gold. An emerald-headed serpent, which borders the soft pentagonal plaque, is sipping a magical elixir from a diamond-studded golden chalice; flame-like leaf motifs fill in the background. A very striking and s...(more)
A lovely and sentimental antique silver pin. A precious little angel earned her wings circa 1875. Just over 1 and 3/4 inches.
Cover up those embarrassing holes in your jacket lapel with these gleaming golden collar buttons depicting a blossoming young maiden in the center of a sunflower. Sweet! 14 karat yellow gold, 9/16 inch - circa 1900.
A wonder of nature has been more than slightly improved upon in this truly wonderful and ravishing turn-of-the-century pansy pin, resplendently rendered in iridescent pastel pink, yellow enamel with purple accenting, and a single natural pearl. By Whiteside & Blank, a notable American jeweler of...(more)
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)