What better way to protect yourself than with a pair of Roman centurions dangling from each ear? These handsome helmeted guardians are handcarved in glorious black & white banded agates and are framed with lustrous natural pearls and crowned with stylized fleur-de-leis. The inverted V-shape exte...(more)
Thoroughly charming drop earrings, by way of nineteenth-century France, crafted in 18 karat gold and composed of double puffed circles centered with tiny natural pearls encircled in black enamel and an engraved foliate design. The free-swinging bottom section is removable. Sweet & lovely. French...(more)
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).
A precious little pest is captured in mosaic and presented in an 18 karat gold frame adorned with delicate twisted wire and granulated details in this charming and whimsical Victorian jewel - circa 1860. Just shy of 7/8 inch (not including the 1/4 inch loop) by 3/4 inch wide. The 14K chain measures ...(more)
Rare, all-original, late-nineteenth century diamond earrings crafted in sliver over 18 karat gold and sparkling madly with 2.50 carats of old mine-cut diamonds arranged in a classic cluster, or flower, design. 1/2 inch diameter, 3/4 inch long.
A foil-backed colorless cabochon quartz, surrounded by natural seed pearls, reflects what remains of the original red coloration resulting in an intriguing and shimmering glow in this rare and wonderful mid-nineteenth century bauble. 11/16 inch high by just under 9/16 inch wide. Please note that thi...(more)
This ultra-rare, original early-to-mid-19th century 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. A consummate, wearable collectable.
Fun and kind of whimsical, these early-20th century asymmetrically designed earrings are composed of beads and drops of various shapes, sizes and shades of coral, predominately in a lovely salmon pink. Cheerful and charming. 2 inches long by about 5/8 inch wide.
An adorable trophy for the winner of an archery tournament for fine ladies or perhaps it is cupid's arrow! This petite antique pin was made in France in the late 19th century. Tiny rose-cut diamonds twinkle in silver-topped gold with a lustrous natural pearl centered atop the knife edge.
A colorful quintet of round opals - predominantly blue and green with flashes of orange - the center of which serves as the focal point of a sparkling diamond-petaled flower, adorn the top of this light and lovely Victorian hinged bangle bracelet crafted in 14K rose gold.
Rare and wonderful early-Victorian, possibly even Georgian, drop earrings glistening with 2.25 carats of old mine table-cut diamonds. A trio of diamonds swing freely inside a pear-shape frame and are surmounted by another trio of diamonds which may be worn alone (the bottoms are removable). Crafted ...(more)
A regal treasure dating back to the mid-19th century. A sparkling diamond snowflake crafted in dark oxidized silver over rose gold with a dangling, soft-white natural pearl looks splendid either as a brooch or necklace pendant. A superb and stunning antique adornment. Over 3.50 carats total diamond ...(more)