A light bluish-gray, high-domed cabochon sapphire, weighing 8 carats, with sharp and distinct asterism (the star phenomenon), is elegantly presented in sophisticated Art Deco fashion in this wonderfully wearable gemstone ring dating from the roaring 20s-30s. The shoulders of the hand fabricated plat...(more)
A translucent, marbleized, apple green Burmese jade oval cabochon is crowned with stylized golden leaves in this delightful mid-century pendant. A colorful yet sophisticated low-key look. Accompanied by a Stone Group Lab gemological report indicating the jade to be natural, untreated and of Burmese ...(more)
From mid-nineteenth century Scotland, eight wave like plaques of artfully striated gray & white agate (a.k.a. Montrose agate) are assembled and set in silver to form a scalloped circle brooch. Fitted with a necklace loop on the reverse. 1 and 7/8 inches.
A pudgy, pink, winged cherub (remarkably reminiscent of yours truly as an angelic toddler) is bringing in the harvest in this wonderful and whimsical, intricately hand painted Victorian pin, beautifully framed in 14K yellow gold. A petite 3/4 by 5/8 inch.
There's a lot going on in this dazzling and ultra-distinctive, high-profile diamond ring from the 1920s. The ring is crowned with a shining .65 carat European-cut diamond and is masterfully sculpted in platinum with maximum attention paid to every nook and cranny. The ring is built up in highly deta...(more)
For your next black tie affair, a walk down the red carpet, or just vacuuming around the house - a gorgeous and glittering bow tie suffused with 5.00 carats of bright-white European-cut diamonds closely pave-set over realistically folded, silky platinum and accented with slender channels of bright g...(more)
Classic Art Deco geometric symmetry is embodied in this streamlined diamond engagement ring starring a bright and brilliant transitional European-cut diamond. The scintillating stone weighs one-fifth-of-a-carat and is accompanied left and right by a pair of small sparklers. The architecturally inspi...(more)
This traditional Art Deco engagement ring, dating from the 1920s-30s, features a gorgeous European-cut diamond, weighing 1.01 carats, securely held in place by four squared-off trefoil prongs. The beautiful stone sparkles between a pair of slender marquise diamonds which illuminate the top of the sl...(more)
A liquid pastel blue emerald-cut aquamarine, weighing 11.00 carats, and boasting sharply cut corners, is artfully presented in this bold Retro mounting artfully composed of intertwined, two-tone gold wire dotted with ten glittering round diamonds. A unique and exceptional bauble, circa 1940s-50s. Th...(more)
A rare, wonderful and quite handsome gent's ring from Czarist Russia hand fabricated in 14K rose gold and silver and intricately ornamented all around with a floral and foliate design. The virgin shield shape cartouche awaits your initials or crest. Ring size 11+. Hallmarks on the upper ring shank ...(more)
This original Art Deco jewel - circa 1925 - shines front and center with an ultra-sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of one carat. The mounting is artfully sculpted with architecturally inspired geometric lines filled in with neoclassically derived filigree work, and accen...(more)
A remarkably brilliant, old European-cut diamond is featured in this quintessential example of Art Deco Design. The platinum mounting is adorned with a decorative pierced gallery and hand tooled engraving on the ring's shank in a stylized wheat motif. The central diamond is further accented on eith...(more)