Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, now presenting in the center ring - the colorful Jojo the Clown and his golden unicycle! Amusingly rendered 14K yellow gold and multi-color enamel, 2 and 1/16 inch high. Circa 1960. Yes, the wheel goes round.
Got cheese? This cool and slightly daft cartoon creature seems to be begging for a morsel of Gruyere, or smoked Gouda perhaps? He's realistically rendered (if you're hallucinating) in 18K gold and shaded golden, brown and white enamel and stands 1 and 3/4 inch tall.
I am Siamese if you pleeze ... with marquise ruby eyes, a twinkling diamond nose and sleekly fluted 14K yellow gold fur. I’m 1 5/8 inch tall by 1 1/8 inch wide (svelte) .
This fun and fascinating, fabulous fifties ring is a work of modern jewelry art. The bombe shaped bauble is meticulously (and substantially) hand crafted in platinum with randomly layered miniature pick-up sticks, dotted with single-cut diamonds and crowned with a rich vibrant green, high-crowned em...(more)
This lovable, if lethargic, creature, rendered in gleaming 18K yellow gold, is dressed up in her finest carapace of diamonds and bright lime-green enamel. Hurry, turtles are fast movers! 1 1/2 inches by 1 inch.
This wild, whimsical and arty brooch - circa 1940s-50s - looks great in any position (standing, sitting, lying down ...). But seriously folks - this very hip, multi-dimensional, asymmetrical jewel - composed of the highly unusual combination of green and rose gold, (sizable) garnets and a single moo...(more)
This chic, high-style 1940s-50s cocktail ring also works perfectly well as an individualistic engagement ring. Either way, however, this stunning platinum jewel, composed of a sparkling array of bright-white transitional round brilliant-cut, single-cut and baguette diamonds, makes a fabulous and fa...(more)
Nothing is merrier than a terrier, as this splendid pin makes clear. Substantial and superbly handcrafted, the wiry coat of this little charmer is in fact 18k gold wire, accented with onyx eyes and nose. As cute as can be at 7/8 inch.
Put on a happy face! All sitting members of the Seven Japanese Gods of Fortune, a/k/a the Seven Lucky Gods, are duly accounted for in this extra-charming, joyful and colorful bracelet depicting from left to right: Hotei - God of Happiness; Jurojin - God of Long Life; Daikoku - G...(more)
This sleekly styled bracelet from the 1950s, possibly early-60s, shines front and center with a glistening glacier blue aquamarine measuring 27 carats. The bright and lively, almost square, pastel color gemstone nestles between twinkling diamond-set arrow motifs overlaid atop a gleaming golden brace...(more)
This superb and stunning, high-quality jewel, dating back to the 1950s, centers on a vibrant royal blue sapphire weighing approximately .85 carats. The beautiful gemstone is accompanied left and right by a pair of bright-white transitional round brilliant-cut diamonds totaling half-a-carat, all of ...(more)
A gleaming 1 and 3/8 inch wide jingly-jangly bracelet, crafted during the 1940s-50s in characteristic 18K rosy-yellow gold. The distinctive links suggest highly stylized bow motifs or possibly Victorian doorknockers. A fun and fashionable Retro adornment. 7 1/2 inches.