A twinkling rose-cut diamond flower set atop a turquoise enamel cartouche which, in turn, overlays a curvaceous golden baroque centerpiece, is the central focus of this precious and pristine, early-Victorian bracelet, elegantly and artfully crafted in 15K yellow gold - hence of British origin. The u...(more)
This early and intriguing antique ring, most likely from Georgian England and bearing a French import mark, glows front and center with a bright-blue foil-backed sapphire flanked left and right with a sparkling antique cushion-cut diamond, the pair weighing .80 carats. Due to its traditional and tim...(more)
This charming diamond pendant, crafted in silver over gold, was produced in the Georgian style sometime during the mid-twentieth century. A central pear-shaped rose-cut diamond glistens within a scalloped openwork frame further accented by fourteen collet-set rose-cut diamonds and surmounted by a di...(more)
A splendidly feminine antique bracelet dating back to the early-to-mid 1800s. Five pale pastel blue foil-backed aquamarines are embraced all around with delicate cannetille gold work to create the centerpiece and clasp of this precious Georgian jewel. The classic double chain brings the total length...(more)
This ornate antique cross features deep burgundy colored garnets set in closed back settings with lacy scrolled metalwork and natural pearls set atop round domed elements. The cross dates from the early to mid 19th century and is from Spain or Portugal. You might expect to see this piece in a museu...(more)
A shimmering rose-cut diamond is set in silver atop an 18 karat rose gold frame and is surmounted by a latticework and rose-cut diamond pendant in this charming, distinctive and quite elderly antique necklace - circa early-to-mid-nineteenth century. (The center rose-cut diamond has the outline of ab...(more)
This rare and ravishing early-nineteenth century pendant necklace, crafted in darkly patinated silver over gold, glistens night and day with a beautiful array of rose-cut diamonds. The top and bottom sections each feature a larger pear-shape diamond, the latter of which is framed by small round rose...(more)
A glittering array of rose-cut diamonds, arranged in concentric circles, create a glistening glow in this very lovely just-for-fun ring, dating from the late 1800s. 1/2 inch diameter.
Consummate Georgiana is embodied in this classic early-nineteenth century necklace composed of thirty-one foil-backed garnets of a deep burgundy wine color and displaying an entrancing candle-lit glow. Romantic, ravishing and rare. 16 inches.
An amazingly perfect and pristine original Georgian diamond ring dating from the early-nineteenth century. In fact, it's inscribed on the back - "W.P.J. Master died 21 Dec 1818 Aged 86". This ravishing rarity features a .35 carat antique cushion-cut diamond radiating from within a silver collet sett...(more)
An intriguing array of rose-cut and table-cut diamonds, totaling 1.50 carats, glisten from the blossoms of this sinuous and sparkling lily-of-the-valley brooch, masterfully handcrafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold - circa early-1800s. A ravishing rarity. 1 7/8 inches by 1 1/4 inches.
A glistening golden citrine is collet set in gleaming 18 karat yellow gold and presented in a beautiful baroque frame leading to a gently tapered double bracelet in this exquisite and exemplary Georgian jewel - circa early-1800s. A petite 6 3/8 inches (they were tiny back then).