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.
A trio of twinkling star-set old mine-cut diamonds glisten atop a rich 18K yellow gold band ring from Chester, England - circa 1902. Hallmarks abound inside the size 5 1/2 ring shank.
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)
A collectible antique English Masonic ball fob, that opens to reveal a delightful surprise. Expertly hand-fabricated in 9 carat rose gold, the ball in its closed position resembles a "ballot ball" in use during Masonic voting. With a clever arrangement of hinges, it opens out into the form of a cros...(more)
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)
This resplendent, original Victorian-era ultra-sparkler will light up any room. A blazing and beautiful circular cluster of closely set, bright-white, old mine-cut diamonds - totaling 1.35 carats - is held aloft by a scalloped frame bordered with black enamel tracery. The original diamond-set loop a...(more)