A gorgeous, delectable pair of deeply saturated, rich green gumdrops (aka cabochon emeralds), with a total weight of 8.00 carats, are traditionally presented in glittering rose-cut diamond halos, expertly hand fabricated in silver over gold - circa 1890. 11/16 by 1/2 inch and stunning.
Utterly delightful and eminently wearable, diamond ear drops dating from the first decade of twentieth century. A matched pair of old mine-cut pear shape diamonds sparkle from within finely milgrained platinum bezel settings and swing back & forth inside delicate frames glittering with tiny rose-cut...(more)
Nine bright and shining old mine-cut diamonds, the center alone weighing .45 carat, join forces to create a brilliant blast of sparkle in this early-Edwardian/late-Victorian diamond cluster ring, hand crafted in platinum and 14K yellow gold. This classically beautiful, no-nonsense jewel will brighte...(more)
Delightful, late-nineteenth century Etruscan Revival drop earrings, crafted in bloomed gold and whimsically designed with mirror image centers. The circular earrings each contain a bezel-set seed pearl orbited by a series of milgrained circles and framed with a hand-fabricated, three-dimensional spi...(more)
Original Victorian diamond earrings don't come by very often, and these late-nineteenth century sparklers are a real find. A matched pair of bright-white old oine-cut diamonds, weighing 1.05 carats, are presented with characteristic Victorian charm in these darling dangles, hand fabricated in 14K ro...(more)
This darling Victorian circle or wreath pin glistens all around with small, lustrous seed pearls, a trio twinkling mine-cut diamonds and bright lime green demantoid garnets. Delicately crafted in 14K rosy-yellow gold and equipped with loop to accommodate a watch or pendant. Circa 1890-1900. Just ove...(more)
This classic English Victorian necklace, circa 1890, culminates in a removable snowflake pendant/brooch, sparkling in the center with a cluster of 9 bright-white Old Mine-cut diamonds, totaling 1.30 carats. The pearl necklace, which looks just as lovely, if considerably less flashy alone, is designe...(more)
A scintillating septet of bright and beautiful Old Mine-cut diamond sparklers, totaling .85 carat, are arrayed vertically and horizontally in this very lovely, 5/8 inch long Victorian dinner ring - circa 1890. Hand engraved inside ring shank C.B.O. to F.M.W. Currently ring size 6+.
Twinkle twinkle little stars. A bright-white and sparkling trio of old mine-cut diamonds are 'star-set' atop a gleaming 18K yellow gold band. Circa 1880 (Victorian), most likely English, currently ring size 8.
A bright white and shining pair of Old Mine cushion-cut diamonds, weighing 1.10 carats, dance and dazzle below classic Victorian surmounts, hand crafted in ravishing rosy-yellow gold, accented with a dash of black enamel. Circa 1890-1900. 7/8 inch.
We're not quite certain when this sinuous golden serpent was hatched - late-nineteenth or mid-twentieth century when Victorian style enjoyed a popular revival. Nonetheless, this radiant reptile boasts textured scalar hand engraving and a colorful enameled crown. The green stone is chrysoprase and a ...(more)
This delicate and charming antique drop centers a .20 carat old mine-cut diamond sparkler set atop a vertical beaded openwork design held close within a circular border and suspended from an elongated oval beaded link. Sweet. The pendant rests upon a fine 17 inch chain of 14 karat gold. 1 5/16 by 1...(more)