Make a sparkling statement with this 1 inch long, unique and impressive platinum, diamond and sapphire cocktail ring, starring a 3.00 carat marquise-cut diamond. The shining stone is enveloped in undulating swirls and ribbons of diamonds and is further sparked by a pair of tapered baguette diamond, ...(more)
A rare and wonderful, late-nineteenth century, double-strand opal bead necklace culminating in a decorative opal and diamond clasp designed to be worn in front. The subtly graduating beads display a shimmering color profile of pastel green and blue with flashes of yellow and orange, and each bead is...(more)
From nineteenth-century France, repoussé wreaths adorn both sides of this ultra-charming hexagonal locket, superbly crafted in rich 18K yellow gold. French hallmark and assay mark. Just shy of 1 1/8 inches across, 1 3/8 inches with loop.
Thirty-two electric-purple, faceted oval amethysts, adding up to about 75 carats, glisten and glow from within a classic rivière-style necklace by way of Victorian England. The enchantingly beautiful necklace is crafted in gilded metal, making it a much more affordable version than its 9 karat and ...(more)
This sleek and shining platinum and diamond band ring, circa 1950s, glistens across your finger with a center row of baguette diamonds bordered on each side with small single-cut diamonds for a bright and flashy effect. The triangular diamond-set shoulders transition to a knife-edge ring shank. 1/4 ...(more)
Few, if any, original Art Deco sapphire and diamond straight line bracelets come as fine and fabulous as this gorgeous example from the 1930s. Five bright-white sparklers alternate with six royal-blue, French-cut sapphires, all which are set in a sleek and substantial bracelet, masterfully handcraft...(more)
A bright-white and brilliant, original 1920s-30s vintage European-cut diamond, weighing 1.05 carats, has found a new home in this exceptionally lovely vintage-style mounting, recently recreated in platinum in faithful emulation of the enduring Art Deco style. The gorgeous diamond, which is accompani...(more)
A pair of silver butterflys are flitting among the silver tulips in this iconic 2 inch-plus wide brooch from Denmark's most celebrated jeweler and silversmith. Moonlight Blossoms #283.
A classic, low-profile, original, early-Art Deco diamond engagement ring from the 1920s. A bright and lively European-cut diamond, weighing 1.01 carats, is embraced by double, mirror-image swirls of french-cut sapphires with sparkling full-cut diamonds (presumable replacements for old mine-cuts) spa...(more)
A gem! This darling and relatively diminutive ring from the first decade of the twentieth century highlights a fine, bright and vivid red Burmese ruby flanked left and right with a sparkling European-cut diamond. The shoulders are finished with a pair of tiny rose-cut diamonds in this sweet and love...(more)
A gorgeous glowing orange-amber colored Madeira citrine with a rather novel cut: faceted below and cabochoned on top, fills a glittering rose-cut diamond frame in this very lovely early-twentieth century ring, finely crafted in platinum over gold. Th top measures 1/2 by 3/8 inch; ring size 4 1/2+.
A beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .20 carat, is featured in this lovely Art Deco engagement ring. The stone sparkles within an engraved, floating box setting, die-struck in 14 karat white gold. The tapered shoulders are adorned with pierced scrolls and the sides display a striking trellis g...(more)