A fabulous nineteenth-century serpent, her silver head aglitter with 4 carats of bright, sparkling white old mine-cut diamonds (including an almost one carat pear shape), is customarily swallowing its own lithe and supple tail, this one composed of velvety 15K gold scales (hence more than likely of ...(more)
A very bright and vibrant royal blue cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 1.20 carat, is traditionally presented within a sparkling diamond halo in this classic Edwardian jewel, crafted in platinum over 14 karat gold - circa 1910-1920.
Hooray for the Red, White and Blue! A splendid diamond spangled tribute to our great nation (as well as a few others) in the form of a bold and beautiful bracelet and timepiece combo. Four rows of sparkling diamonds, weighing a total of 6.00 carats, are bordered on both sides by slender calibre synt...(more)
An exemplary original Art Deco diamond ring, in platinum, featuring a bright white European-cut center diamond encircled by fine calibre-cut Burmese rubies. Two more concentric circles display an open work, stylized Greek key design and a sparkling frame of small Swiss-cut diamonds, respectively. Th...(more)
The most colorful and dazzling enamel pin we've ever come across! Shimmering golden-yellow and burnished red sunshine radiates behind this Art Nouveau beauty on the half-shell resplendent in her peacock hued cape, Peridot green veil and diamond tiara. Pearl earrings and a pearl and rose diamond cape...(more)
A shimmering 18 1/2-inch neckchain composed of oval-shape blue sapphires and variously shaped rose-cut diamonds. 25 sapphires total just shy of twenty carats and 24 diamonds total 4.50 carats in this fun, informal and sexy necklace in platinum. As lovely with blue jeans as blue satin.