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.
A bright-white and beautiful old mine-cut diamond, weighing .65 carats and accompanied by a GIA Diamond Certificate stating : I color - SI1 clarity, is elegantly presented in platinum in this original early-Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1920s. The diamond is embellished on each side by a row of t...(more)
An antique cushion-cut, or old mine-cut, diamond, weighing just ten points shy of one carat, sparkles loudly from this sleek and streamlined platinum mounting dating from the 1930s. The steeply sloped shoulders shimmer with a slender straight baguette diamond followed by a twinkling single-cut diamo...(more)
A delightful and very wearable gold link bracelet of unexpected origin. This early and very rare modrne bauble alternates with striking geometric yellow and rose gold links fashioned in the distinctive Retro style. The bracelet is hallmarked with Czechoslovakian(!) marks which date this piece to bet...(more)
This stunning and splendid 'cigar band' style ring dates back to the first or second decade of the last century. Thus, if it isn't exactly a bone fide antique yet, it will be soon. The superbly ornamented Edwardian/early Art Deco ring is finely crafted in platinum with tiny single-cut diamonds and i...(more)
A singular, striking and utterly sensational dinner ring, finely and substantially crafted in platinum, centering on a streamlined, and quite unusual, elongated marquise-shape moonstone. This entrancing gemstone is gloriously presented in a frame of royal-blue calibre-cut sapphires and is embraced b...(more)
Thirty-five inches of aquamarine after aquamarine after aquamarine after aquamarine, etc,. perfectly describes this fun and festive necklace. Each of the forty-four faceted oval aquamarines are fully bezel set in bright 18 karat yellow gold and the total weight is an ample 75.00 carats. Glisten!
A glowing royal blue cabochon sapphire take center stage in this classic gypsy style three-stone ring dating back to the early twentieth century. The entrancing center stone is aided and abetted by a sparkling pair of old mine cut diamonds, together weighing .75 carat. The three gemstones are flush ...(more)
Whimsical gold metalwork dances around rich reddish-orange Mediterranean coral buttons in these festive and colorful mid-century earclips. Comfortable and easy to wear for pierced or non-pierced ears alike, they measure 7/8 inch across.