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.
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)