This rare and wonderful Georgian-era ring (circa late-18th ~ early-19th century) is crafted in silver over 14K yellow gold and displays a scintillating array of rose-cut diamonds embellished with black enamel. The crown of the ring measures 5/8 inch in length and a rounded 5/8 inch in width where it...(more)
A petite, precious and pristine collectable - circa late-1700s ~ early 1800s - featuring a glowing trio of oval cabochon garnets. Hand crafted in 18K yellow gold, the white enamel inscription reads: "MARY LEARY OB 19 AUG 1781 AEI Y 10 M".
The AEI stands for Affinity, Eternity, Infinity or Amity, Et...(more)
barely begins to describe this exemplary early-Victorian snake bracelet - circa 1840 - magnificently handcrafted in silver over rich 18K yellow gold and packed to the hilt with over 12 carats of bright-white old mine-cut diamond sparklers, including a .70 carat old-mine cushion-cut o...(more)
Over 2.50 carats of bright white and sparkling old mine-cut diamonds are arrayed throughout this exceptionally lovely 1 inch wide pendant, crafted in darkly oxidized silver and dating all the way back the middle of the nineteenth century. Ultimate Victorian.
10 rose-cut diamonds glisten in the sun or by candlelight from within each of these foliate style ear drops dating back to the early-to-mid nineteenth century. The pear shape, or tear drop, bottoms swing and sway below glittering diamond-set leaves. Rare, wonderful and as sweet as can be. About 1.10...(more)
Enchanting and romantic early-to-mid-19th century ear drops, designed as flowers crowned by leaves, composed of twenty glistening, foil-backed garnets, glow in the sun or, preferably, by candlelight. Crafted in 8-9ct gold, they measure 1 1/2 by 3/4 inch. Beautiful.
A dark and dramatic pair of antique diamond earrings hailing from the early-to-mid-nineteenth century. These possibly Georgian, but at the very least early-Victorian, diamond drops glisten with two pairs of diamond-centered halos of rose-cut diamonds set in deeply patinated silver over 9K gold. Enc...(more)
This rich Georgian brooch set with sumptuous garnets into rich 18 karat yellow gold is in pristine condition. This type of intricately detailed, hand-fabricated, coiled wire work is referred to as cannetille, named after the gold embroideries of the Napoleonic years. We date this pin to the late-Geo...(more)
From the late-1700s/early-1800s. A glistening diamond hand, sculpted in darkly oxidized silver, disembodied from both its arm and its original jewelry context (probably a necklace clasp), has been repurposed into a dramatic, whimsical and weird stickpin. Thoroughly studded with about one-and-a-half ...(more)
A sparkling 1.20 carat old mine-cut diamond centers this exceptional and exceptionally beautiful antique Georgian silver and diamond flower brooch glistening with over 10 carats of bright-white old mine-cut diamonds. The six petals are overlaid with round flower-like diamond clusters which add extra...(more)
A ravishing and remarkable late-18th~early-19th century Georgian 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 tr...(more)
A rare and wonderful, one inch long, diamond dinner ring, dating back to eighteenth century Georgian, England, glitters on top with a navette shape cluster of rose-cut diamonds set atop a dramatic cobalt blue enamel background. This resplendent survivor is in remarkable condition and is inscribed on...(more)
Ravishing rarities, in pristine condition. Early-to-mid-nineteenth century earrings masterfully handcrafted in 14k yellow gold, with a graceful and opulent baroque design accented with colorful rosettes of vibrant burgundy garnets. With newly made earwires, these Georgian enchanting earrings measure...(more)
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 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 Late Georgian or Early Victorian necklace - circa early-to-mid-nineteenth century. (The center rose-...(more)
This rare and ravishing early-nineteenth Georgian 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 r...(more)
Iconic Georgian genius 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 Georgian 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).
This ultra-rare, original early-to-mid-19th century Georgian diamond ring glitters across your finger with five gorgeous old mine-cut diamonds - together weighing 2.00 carats. The bright-white quintet sparkles from within silver-topped, closed back 18 karat gold settings. This special ring is a fing...(more)
A regal eagle has alighted on a sprouting pedestal in this unique, unusual and relatively petite late-Georgian~early-Victorian intaglio ring, hand-carved in a shield shape banded agate. Hand-engraving adorns the gracefully fashioned shoulders and sides of the 18 karat yellow gold mounting; ring size...(more)
An early-eighteenth century, possibly Georgian, pendant and brooch featuring a glistening pair of lime-green peridots. The central emerald/scissor-cut stone is embellished all around with a shimmering array of rose-cut diamonds set in a graceful foliate design, rendered in darkly oxidized silver ove...(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.
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 Georgian 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...(more)
This rare and wonderful two-section antique Late Georgian/Early Victorian 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 distinct...(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)
Here is the most beautiful and amazing woven hair bracelet we’ve ever seen. The center plaque and clasp combination highlights a uniquely-cut, elongated octagonal amethyst with a faceted back and a cabochon (or buff-cut) top. The 18 karat yellow gold cartouche plaque is elaborately decorated with ...(more)
A regal and romantic pair of versatile Georgian silver-over-gold earrings, which can be worn with the long pendeloque drops or without. Antique rose and table cut diamonds glitter amidst the dark patina of these poetic late-eighteenth/early-nineteenth century rarities. Measure 2 1/8 inches long by 3...(more)
A sizable buff-cut cabochon garnet shimmers and glows from a regal setting, hand crafted in silver over gold, and outlined with one carat of sparkling, deep-cut, antique cushion-cut diamonds. A graceful foliate ring shank completes this early-Victorian, possibly Georgian, beauty. 3/4 of an inch by 1...(more)
An interesting antique brooch crafted in silver with teeny-tiny rose cut diamonds, and a pair of shimmering white pearls. A central cobalt blue enamel plaque is wrapped in a double row of laurel leaves. An added bail allows this to double as a pendant. 1 7/8 inches wide by 1 1/2 inches high.
These rare and romantic Georgian earrings are exquisitely hand-crafted in 14 karat gold and feature lovely Baroque-style scroll and leaf motif repousse work embellished with rich burgundy-colored rose-cut garnets. The pendant drops are detachable from the earring tops, giving them wonderful day or n...(more)
A superbly preserved brooch from the early 19th Century. This memento is composed of six perfectly curled locks of hair arranged in to a fleur-dy-lis design and decorated with gold wire and framed with a natural pearl border. Initials are engraved on the reverse. Excellent condition.
Actual butterfly wings, encased under beveled glass and enveloped by natural pearls in a bow and buckle design, shimmer in beautiful hues of iridescent lavender and ocher. A one-of-a-kind collectible dated "Oct. 15th 1857". Fabulous!
A rare and collectible keepsake from the late 18th to early 19th century. An expertly rendered and heart rending shell cameo depicting a grieving woman at the grave site of her beloved. The cameo is lovingly framed under a thick beveled crystal and woven hair of the dear departed.
This small pin dates back to the Georgian period. It is a 14K yellow gold memorial mourning pin with plaited hair and black enamel for rememberance of a loved one. The words In Memory Of are curved around the hair in gold and C Robt Sept 14 1834 is engraved on the reverse. This dainty pin measures a...(more)
Outstanding example of Georgian artistry. Every component of this seal is exquisitely tooled. The hand carved bloodstone intaglio seal depicts a lion in a crest, so finely rendered, that his mane appears to be blowing with the breeze. The repousse foliate motif of the gold is 3-dimensional and exq...(more)
Utterly charming early-nineteenth century earrings with a swirling ribbon frame that surrounds juicy, grape-colored cabochon garnets, accented with delicate grape leaves and tiny grapevine tendrils. Finely hand-crafted in 9 karat gold with a rich, time-worn patina. Measure 1 1/4 inches long by 5/8 i...(more)
Antique Georgian 18K yellow gold bow motif pin highlighting a central 1.00 carat rose cut diamond in a closed back buttercup setting fully set with 5.00 carats of rose cut diamonds throughout the bow and the dangling tassels. Total diamond weight equals 6.00 carats. This pin measures 2 1/3 long by 1...(more)
Georgian 14K Rose gold pin featuring a large oval citrine (50.00 carats) surrounded by 14 round cut citrines (14 carats total weight) all set in closed back settings. This pin measures 1 1/2 X 1 3/4.
Silver over 14K rose gold Georgian bar pin with 18 rose cut diamonds (1.50 carats total weight) highlighting a central cultured pearl (7.75 mm). This pin is 3 long.
An Antique Georgian silver topped 18K rose gold circular swirl pin highlighting 13 foil backed rose cut diamonds (3.00 carats total weight) accented by 84 small rose cut diamonds (1.00 carat total weight) in a swirling pattern. This pin measures 1 1/4.
A gorgeous Georgian repousse pin, in 14K yellow gold, set with foil backed pink topaz and yellowish green chyrsoberyl embellished with removable dangling drops and further set with foil backed pink topaz and chyrsoberyl circa 1840. The central motif has a locket back and the pin measures 3 1/2 long ...(more)
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)