The goddess and proto-feminist Diana (goddess of the hunt) is masterfully depicted in this ravishing and ethereal Edwardian-era clip brooch, circa 1910. The delicately carved intaglio is presented in a sparkling platinum and diamond frame which has been riveted into a shimmering, frosted crystal, so...(more)
An absolutely ravishing (and rare) turquoise and diamond necklace crafted during the late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century. This original Belle Epoque (or Edwardian) jewel is comprised of seven pear-shaped turquoise drops, each of which swings back-and-forth inside a rose-cut diamond garland toppe...(more)
A shimmering trio of natural pearls rub shoulders in the delightful platinum and diamond late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco ring - circa 1905 - 1920. This beautiful antique ring is hand fabricated in platinum and displays delicate curvilinear and geometric openwork sprinkled with bright-white and sparkli...(more)
This exceptional, ravishing and original Edwardian diamond engagement ring was finely hand fabricated in platinum during the first one or two decades of the twentieth century. A bright-white, high-quality 1.60 carat European-cut diamond radiates from atop an artfully sculpted, finely pierced and mil...(more)
This regal and ravishing early-nineteenth century diamond ring presents a bright-white old mine-cut diamond sparkling from within a majestic setting composed of platinum over 18 karat gold and containing three-quarter carats of smaller old mine-cut diamonds. One end is crowned with a shining quatref...(more)
Here we have a mysterious turn-of-the-century natural pearl and diamond ring which will always keep you wondering: who? what? when? where? how? - and above all - why? Unquestionably cool in a size 3 3/4.
A diminutive, high-quality Edwardian jewel, very finely hand-crafted in platinum over 18 karat gold in France, circa 1900. A single European-cut diamond sparkles in the center of a line of shimmering natural seed pearls embellished top and bottom with twinkling rose-cut diamonds. Delicate hand engra...(more)
This rare and truly majestic Edwardian treasure from the early 1900s shimmers with tiny seed pearls and sparkling round diamonds centered with a natural button pearl. The bejeweled flower is encircled by sprightly diamond swags and is flanked on either side with graceful, overlapping swirl motifs wh...(more)
This platinum Edwardian diamond dome ring features a sparkling 1.52 carat European-cut diamond set with delicate pointed prongs. This ornate ring is beautifully pierced and set with small diamonds throughout the dome and is finished with milgrain and engraved details. Ring size 7 1/4.
Finely crafted in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold, and containing over 7.00 carats of diamonds, this sizable, stunning and regal treasure may be worn both as a brooch or as a pendant necklace. Fanciful open-work, an articulated leafy swag and swinging diamond drops combine with a sparkling array ...(more)
A truly unique, high-profile and high-style early-Art Deco engagement ring, finely crafted in platinum, circa 1920. A sizzling European-cut diamond, weighing one-and-one-third of a carat (1.33), shines bright and proud, high atop an artful scaffold setting rising from diamond-set scroll motifs. Ligh...(more)
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century, an enchanting, slender and gracefully flowing navette (or marquise) shaped diamond dinner ring. This ravishing and romantic ring was lovingly handcrafted in richly colored 14 karat yellow gold, which, being unusual for Edwardian jewelry, may even date it back ...(more)