This truly unique and gorgeous antique necklace dates back to the first decade of the last century and combines a curvaceous, classic Art Nouveau whiplash motif with Edwardian-era materials - specifically, small European-cut diamonds and lustrous natural pearls set in platinum over 18K gold. Equally...(more)
This mondo-groovy example of art jewelry from the 1960s is large, multi-dimensional and freeform in design. It is reminiscent of an amoeba with a 9.50 carat light pink Kunzite floating in the 14 karat gold endoplasm of this organic creation. The Kunzite is accented by six pink tourmalines (one for e...(more)
A 'strikingly' beautiful serpent, shimmering with green and light pink enameled scales and ruby eyes, coils around your wrist in this bold and exotic bracelet, magnificently crafted and engineered with articulated riveted sections in rich 18 karat yellow gold. Circa 1960s and Sssensssational!
Instead of a diamondback rattler, here we have its rare diamond headed cousin, coiled around your finger and ready to strike. Rendered in weighty 15K slightly greenish yellow gold, hence more than likely of British origin, hand fabricated and engraved throughout. The bright-white European-cut diamon...(more)
A turquoise-tongued, slithery serpent, dressed in shimmering blue, green and gold enamel, coils around your finger in this very colorful, whimsical and quite unusual ring, crafted in 14 karat gold - circa 1960s. Very minor enamel wear except, as would be expected, at the very base of the ring shank....(more)