The Praying Virgin is depicted in shimmering mother-of-pearl (and signed by the artist) in this truly enchanting Edwardian lavaliere necklace, intricately handcrafted in platinum and diamonds - circa 1900. The gorgeous bell-shape pendant is imbued throughout with delicate decorative openwork glisten...(more)
A sparkling diamond cross crafted in platinum during the early 1900s. Twenty-one bright-white old European-cut diamonds radiate from finely milgrained half bezels. A tapered diamond bail leads to a newer white gold cable chain. 1 3/8 inches (sans bail) by just short of 1 inch across.
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 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)
This bright and cheerful sparkler, circa 1950s, flashes across your finger with three bright rows of diamonds. The raised center row is comprised of seven bright-white full-cut diamonds set shoulder-to-shoulder. The outer rows are fancifully fashioned with diagonally-set marquise diamonds punctuated...(more)
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)