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)
A thoroughly charming, bright and colorful Arts & Crafts period necklace dating back to the turn-of-the-twentieth century. The artfully scrolled 15 carat gold (hence of British origin) necklace glistens with bright chartreuse green faceted peridots and a trio of bright, deep raspberry-pink tourm...(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)
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.
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.
Art Nouveau/Edwardian-era double-sided cufflinks in rich 18 karat gold. Each oval plaque is overlaid with a sinewy serpent coiled around and among lush laurel leaves. Beautifully rendered and textured with a pair of tiny round emeralds, circa 1900.