This dazzling and dynamic, original Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1930 - features a beautiful, bright and sparkling European-cut diamond weighing 1.13 carats, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Certificate stating: I color - VS1 clarity. The diamond shines atop a high-profile platinum mounting ...(more)
Dazzling diamond spay motifs radiate from the center of blackened steel doughnuts in these dramatically distinctive and artsy diamond earrings by the inimitable mid-century San Francisco jeweler - Marsh and Company. These rare and wonderful earrings measure about 11/16 inch in diameter and contain o...(more)
A rare and ravishing, early-twentieth century necklace comprised of graduated pastel pink (a.k.a. angel skin) coral beads alternating with sparkling faceted rock crystal rondelles. Secured with a superlative Edwardian platinum and diamond clasp, this very fine and eminently feminine necklace is 24 i...(more)
A darling vintage aquamarine and diamond ring recently and elegantly handcrafted in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold, from England. The lovely pastel-blue gemstone shimmers from within a sparkling scalloped frame of diamonds that is punctuated by a single square diamond set on each side. Teeny-tin...(more)
A rare and radiant pair of royal blue emerald-cut sapphires (natural color/no-heat), together weighing 4.50 carats, are enshrined in platinum and diamond settings in these classic Art Deco eardrops, dating back to the 1930s. These truly beautiful earrings measure 1 3/16 inches long.
A bright and lustrous pair of refreshing, pastel-blue, square emerald-cut aquamarines speak for themselves in minimalistic platinum ear stud settings. The pair of aquas weigh 22 carats and measure 9/16 of an inch in both directions. Circa mid-twentieth century.
This lithe and luxurious, one-inch wide-plus bracelet radiates with an eclectic and electric river of oval and marquise-cut sapphires ranging in color from pale to deep lemon-yellow, and from pastel lavender and pink to purplish red and deep purple. The seventy-two sapphires total 80 caratsmore)
An entrancing and usually cut navette (or marquise)-shaped aquamarine, with a pellucid pastel-blue hue, shines solo from a platinum mounting adorned with a decorative diamond shape motif side gallery. The mid-century vintage jewel measures 3/4 inch long by just shy of 3/8 inch wide.
A magnificent and majestic nineteenth-century diamond and pearl necklace, rendered in radiant 18 karat yellow gold, more than likely of French origin. Four main collar sections are designed with a kinetic wave motif composed of glittering rose-cut diamonds and crowned in the center with a sparkling ...(more)
This fabulous sapphire and diamond ring, dating back to the early-20th century, displays both Edwardian and Art Deco design characteristics - geometric symmetry combined with feminine laciness. The star of the show, however, is a sumptuous rich blue Ceylon sapphire weighing 3.80 carats. The gorgeous...(more)
A sweetheart of a ring, dating from the early 1900s, handcrafted in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold. A bright, one carat, cornflower-blue, oval cushion-cut sapphire is embellished all around in a scalloped plaque of sparkling white European-cut diamonds. Engraved shoulders and a zig-zag gallery d...(more)
A gorgeous turn-of-the century bracelet in 18 karat gold and platinum with a charming French twist. Four bright-red rubies alternate with four sparkling old mine-cut diamonds in platinum-topped settings in this delightful antique jewel. 7 1/2 inches by 1/4 inch. French hallmark and assay mark.