A gorgeous 5.15 carat light yellowish green beryl (the same material as emerald, but a lighter hue) is framed by an openwork scroll motif set with glittering old mine-cut diamonds in silver. This lovely early nineteenth century Georgian jewel, most likely from Great Britain, hangs on a 9 karat 20 in...(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. Ring size 10 1/2.
Circa 1800. A gorgeous and glistening, darkly romantic necklace aglow with 33 foil-backed, deep raspberry-hued garnets set in 9K rosy-yellow gold collets, hence very likely of British origin. A classic. 15 1/4 inches long and lovely.
You have to hand it to those wild and whimsical Victorians for creating this marvelous pair of bejeweled, braceleted and cuffed hands, each of which is daintily presenting a fanciful foliate token. The hands, which most likely, originally served as necklace clasps, are aglitter with closely-set rose...(more)
Created to glisten by candlelight during the early-nineteenth century, one inch long, incandescent, antique ear drops crafted in darkened silver over 9K rose gold and set with a glittering array of primitively cut rose-cut diamonds. Rare and romantic.
From mid-nineteenth century England comes this rare and ravishing necklace, hand crafted and fully backed in warmly patinated 9ct. gold. The enchanting antique adornment is composed of alternating garnet-set flowers and single faceted round garnets, all set in collets accentuated with small, prong-l...(more)
This exquisite and very early (circa 1830) bow motif pin with a suspended drop is rendered in intricately textured and engraved 9 karat yellow gold (hence most likely of British origin) and is arrayed with opals, rubies and emeralds. This rare and delicate jewel possesses its original, soft, aged pa...(more)
The curvilinear design of this antique lovers' knot also resembles a coiled double serpent - take your pick. This probably British-made jewel is rendered in highly textured 9 karat yellow gold with a deep, time-worn patina and brightened with five round garnets. Circa early 1800s.