The American jewelry firm of J.E. Caldwell is internationally recognized as producing some of the most finely crafted and collectable jewels of early-to-mid-twentieth century.
This 18k yellow gold ring, topped in platinum, was impeccably hand fabricated during the 1910s-20s and features three electr...(more)
A deep golden faceted oval Citrine radiates from within a glistening halo of rose-cut diamonds in this bright and sunshiny cocktail ring, crafted in platinum over 18 karat gold, dating back to the early 1900s. A vintage classic. The top of the ring measures 11/16 inch by a tad over 1/2 inch wide.
This rare and remarkable opal pendant necklace dates back to the first or second decade of the last century and was created by The Brassler Company. The artistically conceived and crafted pendant is anchored by an extraordinary round cabochon boulder opal that boasts an almost psychedelic combinatio...(more)
From the elegant and exciting 1920s (back when people actually dressed up for dinner and bacchanals) comes this extraordinary and extraordinarily beautiful bow pin, artfully and intricately hand fabricated in platinum, and aglitter with a multitude of small round European and Swiss-cut diamonds acce...(more)
Irrespective of the wisdom of giving American women the right to vote in 1920, you cannot dispute the allure of suffragette jewelry; and here is a case in point. The iconic purple green and white colors, rendered in enamel, beautifully coalesce in this gorgeous pendant and pin dating back to the fir...(more)
The bright and vibrant lime green gemstones in this classic channel style bangle bracelet originate from the Tsavo mines in East Kenya. Known as Tsavorites the beautiful square-cut garnets are channel-set in an alternating arrangement with 1.20 carats of fine white square-cut diamonds. A sleekly tai...(more)
A refreshing cool blue emerald-cut Aquamarine glistens between geometric arrays of straight baguette diamonds (plus one small round diamond) in this late-Art Deco bauble, crafted in platinum and dating from the middle of the last century. The aqua measures 7/16 by 5/16 inch with an estimated weight ...(more)
A truly exemplary original Art Deco engagement ring, exquisitely crafted in platinum and featuring a bright and beautiful transitional modern brilliant-cut diamond weighing .60 carat. The sparkling center stone, which was cut at a later date than the 1920s-30s vintage mounting, is exquisitely and in...(more)
is the word to describe this exceptional Belle Époque jewel, exquisitely hand crafted in platinum and containing just under 2 carats of bright-white diamond sparklers. However, the crowning achievement in this case is the exemplary design and delicate craftsmanship which e...(more)
A Notiochelidon Cyanoleuca (a.k.a. Blue and White Swallow) is bringing a scrumptious and sparkling .22 carat old mine-cut diamond home to her hungry chicks. She soars through the air with pearl-studded wings and cobalt blue enameled feathers and measure 1 3/4 inches in both directions. A rare and w...(more)
A dramatic yet simple design in an antique (late-nineteenth century) hinged bangle bracelet featuring 4.00 carats of velvety, rich blue sapphires gleaming alongside a row of deep, high crowned, sparkling old mine-cut diamonds, also totaling 4.00 carats. A truly superb and ultra-lovely Victorian jewe...(more)
A very sweet early-twentieth century treat highlighting a diamond-centered, pearl petaled, flower blossom anchoring a delicate and fanciful golden pendant. 1 1/2 inches, 17 inch chain.