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.
The preferred gemstone of stylish vampires, bloodstone, is cut into a sizable, deep-teal, sienna-flecked, beveled rectangle and is presented atop a fanciful white gold filigree mounting further ornamented with red, yellow and green enamel flourishes. Circa 1930s. The top of the ring measures just sh...(more)
"A gentleman isn't fully dressed without a stick pin." Somebody famous once said that but he forgot to include the ladies. This early-twentieth-century charmer highlights a sweet, honey-colored citrine with an unusual 'buff-cut' (i.e., cabochoned on top, faceted in back) presented in a fanciful 14 k...(more)
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.
Tried and true, traditional and timeless, this sleekly designed engagement ring, crafted in platinum, circa 1940s-50s, features a bright-white and shining transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just shy of a half-carat. Presented in square-cornered prongs, the sparkling center s...(more)
A golden, honey-toned, faceted oval citrine glistens and glows from within a suavely styled contemporary mounting crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold. Sparkling diamond trios set in contrasting white gold add a splash of flash to the sides of the gemstone. The triple-wire shank is currently ring si...(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)
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)
Dating from the late-1940s-1950s, this wonderful and very wearable bracelet is composed of braided, 14K gold, springy (it stretches a bit), flattened 'gaspipe' strands interspersed with sparkling platinum and diamond flames. A chic Retro adornment stretches to 7 inches in length.
This sweet little hummer, crafted in shining 14 karat gold with freshwater pearl wings and a sapphire eye, is ready and waiting to pollinate your dress, blouse or coat. She measures 2 inches tall by 1 inch wide.
1 and 1/2 inch long and lovely, this striking and distinctive 1930s-40s vintage dinner ring showcases a moss green jade handcarved in the form of a bird with fanciful flowing feathers. Simply presented in 14 karat yellow gold with a scrolled undergallery. Currently ring size 6.
The jade is accompani...(more)
A sweet and lovely quasi-Victorian/Art Deco style dinner ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in two-tone (yellow and white) 14K gold, and glinting in the center at at the tips with tiny single-cut diamonds. Circa 1930s-40s, 3/4 inch, currently ring size 6.