Hand fabricated in silver over 18 karat rose gold, dating from the end of the nineteenth century, classic cluster ear drops arrayed with twenty-two glittering rose-cut diamonds, weighing over 2 carats. Just shy of 3/4 inch long. Timeless, eminently wearable antique treasures.
Gently graduated repousse links of 14 karat yellow gold, plated in rich high-karat gold, culminate in a fanciful love knot centered with a sparkling old mine-cut diamond in this pristine and precious Victorian bracelet dating from the latter 19th/early 20th century. 6 7/8 inches.
Cheer down your garment with this matte black enamel and natural pearl flower brooch, realistically designed and rendered by A. J. Hedges & Co, Newark, NJ - circa 1900. 14 karat yellow gold. Just shy of 1 inch across.
Round golden conical shields embossed with a Romanesque decorative pattern, dating from the mid-to-latter 1800s and measuring just over 1/2 inch diameter and dangling 1 inch, including the ear wire. 9 karat gold, hence of British origin.
This 'dear diary' latches from the bottom to reveal double locket compartments. An original English Victorian keepsake, handcrafted in in 15 karat yellow gold and fully, intricately and artfully hand-engraved on both sides. This captivating volume measures 1 by 3/4 inch.
Royal, radiant and ravishing, this tantalizing trinket was hand-fabricated in France, circa 1880. The resplendent necklace is composed of darkened silver over 18 karat rose gold and sparkles night and day with over 13 carats of bright-white old mine-cut diamonds, the largest of which, in the center,...(more)
Reminiscent of a Faberge egg, this ultra-lovely pendant dates back to the latter-nineteenth century and is beautifully ornamented with a turquoise studded criss-cross design centered with 9 lustrous button pearls with a twisted rope border. A fleur-de-lys bale adds a certain of je ne sais ...(more)
A lovely Victorian (circa 1885) bangle, sturdily rendered in gleaming two-tone (yellow and rose) 9K gold and masterfully hand engraved, featuring the time-honored buckle motif which originates from the British Order of the Garter.
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Small-scale lockets don't come any more charming than this French-made, 19th-century jewel. Superbly hand-fabricated in matte textured and repousse 18 karat yellow gold, this lovely keepsake is centered with a pearl and rose-cut diamond rosette and is crowned with a classic bow. Pristine and preciou...(more)
Adorn your kilt to the hilt with this 4 1/4-inch long and lovely, 19th-century sword-motif pin by way of the bonnie Scottish Highlands. Handcrafted and hand-engraved in silver, deep teal-green jasper contrasts with sienna-hued jasper for a striking effect.
If you've been searching for a heart of gold, we can 'heartily' recommend this charming example of the hand-engraved puffed variety, crafted in 9 karat gold, circa 1900, in Great Britain and containing a locket compartment to display and protect a portrait of your loved one. 7/8 inch high without th...(more)
A pair of bright lime-green peridots glisten and glow from within and below this lovely Victorian pendant necklace, crafted in 12 karat rosy-yellow gold and further enlivened by five tiny diamond twinklers. The multidimensional design is reminiscent of a ruffled Elizabethan collar. Circa 1885. 2 1/2...(more)