A mirror-image pair of sinuous serpents support, protect and seamlessly transition into the double ring shank of this dramatic and exemplary Victorian-era jewel. A radiant, royal blue, faceted oval sapphire, weighing 1.25 carats, glistens and glows from within a glittering halo composed of twelve br...(more)
A stlylshly sophisticated Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1930, featuring a bright white European-cut diamond, weighing just under .23 carat, held up by four nicely fashioned double prongs. Each of the geometrically designed shoulders glitter with a trio sma...(more)
Circa 1900, a fabulous swag necklace displaying a variegated collection of golden citrines, ranging in hue from deep Madeira to honey to sunny yellow. The lovely gemstones are interspersed with eleven freshwater pearls (from the Mississippi river) arrayed over four layers of draping garlands. 15 1/2...(more)
This Jazz Age beauty, circa 1920s-30s, sparkles times three with a high-voltage trio of European-cut diamonds, together weighing 2.30 carats. The center stone weighs .85 and the two sides total 1.45.
The three diamonds sizzle from within finely milgrained octagonal settings supported by open navette...(more)
A strikingly stylish kilt pin originating from the Scottish Highlands - circa 1900. Hand crafted and thoroughly hand engraved in silver, the brooch glistens with four golden honey citrines accented with three colors of agate or chalcedony (two colors of jasper and bloodstone). 2 1/4 by 1 11/16 inche...(more)
The antique carved jades in these very interesting and unusual mid-twentieth century ear clips were most likely reincarnated from their past lives as fancy coat buttons. The pale donuts are crowned with mushroom cap shapes colored with a splash of bright apple green. Natural. No indications of polym...(more)
Inspired by nature, these impressive ultra-sparklers, studded with almost 15 carats of tightly paved, bright white, old mine-cut diamonds, depict a pair of highly stylized, multidimensional snow covered leaves (or 6-petal flowers). One of these masterfully handcrafted jewels is ever so slightly lar...(more)
A very interesting, unusual and thoroughly splendid 1920s diamond ring that works equally well as a right hand or individualistic engagement ring. The filigree dome is crowned with a beautiful, high-crowned, half-carat old mine-cut diamond embellished on four sides with glittering trios of old mine-...(more)
By one this country's most time honored (and still thriving) manufacturer's of fine jewelry to the trade comes this resplendent example of Art Nouveau artistry, circa 1900-1910. A stylized orchid, colored in iridescent pink and violet enamel, overlays a sinuous yellow gold backdrop and sprouts a pai...(more)
A stately and sophisticated Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in bright 18K white gold, circa 1930, featuring a bright white European-cut diamond, weighing just under (and presenting all of) a quarter-carat. Each of the dimensional geometric shoulders glitter with 7 smal...(more)
A sweet & lovely Art Deco diamond ring, circa 1930s, twinkling with a trio of round diamonds, a transitional European-cut in the center flanked by a pair of tiny single-cuts. The filigree mounting is die-struck in bright 18K white gold. Pristine and precious, currently ring size 5 1/2-.
You can't miss with these timeless 'bull's-eye' earrings, recently crafted in platinum in emulation of the classic Art Deco style. These feature a pair of bright white and sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling .40 carat, surrounded by electric blue calibre sapphires. 3/8 inch.