A glorious, ultra high-quality diamond necklace from the early twentieth century. The five central bright white European-cut diamonds range from 1.85 carats in the center down to 1.00 carat, for a grand total of 5.30 carats; the remaining diamonds, of equal caliber, total 3.00 carats. This elegant a...(more)
A funky antique diamond dinner ring in 14 karat gold over platinum. This ring features 2.25 carats of Swiss cut diamonds set in three neat rows with milgrain details. This ring is circa 1900, however at some point in its lifetime it has been rhodium plated.
A sparkling, sensuous and sexy original Edwardian 'negligee' necklace. A pair of old mine-cut pear shape diamonds weighing 1.65 carats each - 3.30 carats total - dazzle and dance on two offset diamond and platinum pendants in this truly exquisite and ravishing Edwardian necklace - circa 1900. The ch...(more)
A gorgeous, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 1.16 carats, sparkles brightly from within a stunning and superlative Edwardian engagement ring, circa 1915 to early-1920s. The artfully sculpted ring is magnificently ornamented throughout with consummate decorative hand-pierce work, tiny twin...(more)
This truly extraordinary necklace is one of the finest examples of Edwardian jewelry artistry we've seen in a while. A diminutive, and beautifully decorated platinum and diamond ladies pendant watch is magnificently framed, and swings freely, inside a dazzling diamond wreath. The watch and wreath se...(more)
This thoroughly lovely, light and lacy Edwardian necklace artfully exemplifies the femininity and romanticism for which Edwardian jewels are deservedly renowned. The center of the lithe and willowy pendant is graced with an open honeycomb motif which is draped on each side with a flowing paisley des...(more)
This superlative antique diamond three-stone ring, circa 1900-1920, finely handcrafted in platinum over 10 karat yellow gold, sparkles mightily with a .85 carat old mine-cut diamond in the center accompanied by a beautiful European-cut diamond on each side - bringing the total weight of the trio to ...(more)