A ravishing and remarkable late-18th~early-19th century flower brooch masterfully crafted 'en tremblant': "En tremblant" is a French term - meaning "to tremble". It was first used to describe 18th and 19th century jewelry where parts of the diamond set pieces were attached to a trembler to...(more)
Beautifully textured 14 karat yellow Georgian gold links clasped with cannetille barrel clasps create this rare and extra-lovely early-19th century bracelet and necklace set. The necklace is 16 1/2 inches in length and the bracelet 7 1/2 inches.
Four deep, rich, raspberry-red, large table-cut rhodolite garnets, collet-set in rose gold, bring a warm glow to these wonderful and wearable dangle earrings. The elements are circa mid-nineteenth century - early Victorian, almost Georgian, and the post backs were added later.
Three deep almandine garnets - emerald cut in the center and modified cushion cuts on each side - all of which are shallow cut and thus reflect their gold backing, glow from within masterfully hand-engraved octagonal frames in this superb antique bracelet from the early-Victorian (almost Georgian) p...(more)
You will feel like royalty when you don this stunning and striking sapphire and diamond ring fashioned as a regally crowned cabochon blue sapphire. Rose-cut diamonds twinkle from silver settings, a beautifully pierced scroll ring shank wraps around the finger, and a surprise locket hides behind the ...(more)
A thoroughly charming early-nineteenth century brooch/pendant featuring a bright lavender-purple amethyst glowing from within a gold-backed setting and orbited by eight shimmering natural pearls. The amethyst and pearls are presented in a regally ornamented 18 karat yellow gold cartouche. A fanciful...(more)
From the early-to-mid 1800s England comes this rare and wonderful Georgian bracelet still in its original fitted box from Watherston & Son Silversmiths and Goldsmiths - 12 Pall Mall, East London. Crowning the fanciful high-relief repousse center section is a glistening foil-backed emerald accent...(more)
This rare and wonderful two-section antique brooch, circa early-to-mid 1800s, is masterfully rendered in a multi-dimensional trefoil design overlaid with richly textured leaves budding with glistening garnet and chrysoberyl fruits. Delicate hand engraving and a distinctive bead motif add the finishi...(more)
This striking and regal, elongated oval antique dinner ring dating back to the early to mid-1800's features a glistening, golden citrine set into a decorative bezel. Tiny rose-cut diamonds glisten from within a leafy design bordered by cobalt blue enamel (evidently re-enameled at a later date). Silv...(more)
From the early to mid-eighteenth century England, a splendid and pristine negligee necklace aglow with a ravishing trio of pink foil-backed topazes, highlighted by four faint yellowish-green foil-backed topazes. This necklace measures 16 1/2 inches by 1 1/8 inch wide.
A splendid, and quite early, Victorian bracelet composed of thick, deeply engraved nautical style links alternating with sections of interlocking round faceted links. The bracelet is secured with a charming, and beautifully hand engraved, turquoise-set heart shape clasp with an open locket compartme...(more)
This intriguing and sizable Georgian-era ring is crafted in silver over gold and centers on a classic diamond-set fleur d'leis framed in a twinkling surround of rose-cut diamonds. Just shy of one-inch in length; a regal jewel, Circa 1810.