A magnificent, glowing 10.00 ct. cabochon Cat's Eye Chrysoberyl of a sumptuous greenish-honey hue with a strong, shimmering eye that moves clear across the stone. The hexagonal-shape mounting is rendered in heavy 18K yellow gold with each textured side displaying a flush-set, bright-white, triangula...(more)
A high-profile gent's ring featuring a big blue cabochon sapphire, measuring 26.00 carats and displaying a shimmering six-legged star (a/k/a asterism), glows atop a gleaming white gold gent’s ring enlivened on each side with a sparkling triangle diamond. The top of the ring measures about 5/8 inch...(more)
Supremely beautiful, high-caliber Art Deco cufflinks - circa 1930s - superbly engineered and crafted in platinum, square step-cut diamonds and royal-blue sapphires. Shaped as curved triangles (or bishop's hats), the links snap together with a clever hinge mechanism. They don't come much finer than t...(more)
This bold and handsome mid-century conversation piece features a very unusual center stone: a black cat's-eye cabochon diopside! This very interesting gemstone exhibits excellent chatoyancy - the phenomenon that gives it the cat's-eye effect, and it is classically presented between a sparkling pair ...(more)
These very cool and distinctive retro cufflinks, circa 1950s-1960s, feature a pair of glowing chrysoberyl cat's eyes framed in small sparkling diamonds set in white gold. The cat's eyes and diamonds are set atop a curved and convex oval plaque, rendered in contrasting yellow gold, finished with a sh...(more)
Consummate, original double-sided Art Deco cufflinks in glorious black & white - circa 1930. Stylized octagonal plaques, crafted in platinum with alternating bright and matte finishes perfectly reflect the modern architectural geometry of the period. Each link is centered with a shimmering squar...(more)
Handsome and elegant cufflinks rendered in 18 karat gold centering on deep royal-blue pyrite-flecked lapis lazuli squares presented in double-tiered frames. English origin, more than likely by the renowned Mappin & Webb (because the blue leather box says so) - circa 1930s. 7/16 inch square.
Supremely fine and fabulous original double-sided high-Art Deco cufflinks intricately crafted in platinum circles, two of which are smaller and framed in decorative scroll work, and set with alternating rows of tiny rose-cut diamonds and rows of alternating calibre emeralds and sapphires. Circa 1925...(more)
A thick and translucent vibrant green 'saddle' jade curves around the finger and is met at each end with a sparkling trillion diamond in this sleek and very cool estate gent's ring produced during the latter-twentieth century in Los Angeles by a notable manufacturer of predominantly gent's rings - G...(more)
A khaki-green colored chrysoberyl cat's-eye glows from atop a smartly tailored mounting, crafted in platinum - circa 1950s - but harking back to classic geometric Art Deco style of the 1930s. The gemstone is highlighted on each side with a shimmering row of three square step-cut diamonds and displa...(more)
A bright-white and sparkling round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing one carat, is handsomely presented in a superbly tailored gentleman's mounting crafted in textured 14 karat white gold. The ring, circa 1950s, has a subtle but distinct retro (a la rat pack) look and feel. Very effective on your pin...(more)
A glowing golden chrysoberyl cat's-eye is set in a white gold bezel between a sizable pair of straight baguette diamonds, together weighing half-a-carat and also set in white gold bezels, from atop a gleaming 14 karat gold gypsy-style gent's, or unisex ring - circa 1950s-1960s. Sleek.