A subtly graduated, 18 inch, apple-green jade bead necklace connects to a carved jade plaque centerpiece that does double duty as the clasp. A fun, verdent and informal, and somewhat exotic estate necklace - circa 1940s-1950s. Fifty-nine jade beads range from 4.3 to 6.8 millimeters. Both the necklac...(more)
A bright-white and sparkling round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing one carat, is handsomely presented in a superbly tailored gentleman's mounting crafted in textured 14 karat white gold. The ring, circa 1950s, has a subtle but distinct retro (a la rat pack) look and feel. Very effective on your pin...(more)
A khaki-green colored chrysoberyl cat's-eye glows from atop a smartly tailored mounting, crafted in platinum - circa 1950s - but harking back to classic geometric Art Deco style of the 1930s. The gemstone is highlighted on each side with a shimmering row of three square step-cut diamonds and displa...(more)
Hooray for the red, yellow and blue! A sparkling one carat antique cushion-cut diamond with a distinct yellow glow rubs shoulders with a pair of gorgeous colored gemstones - a radiant pinkish-red .85 carat oval cushion-cut ruby and a bright lively blue .75 carat oval cushion-cut sapphire. The shoul...(more)
A gleaming golden 22 karat gold pet for your purse, pocket, vitrine or desk. This very cheerful and lovable Chinese dragon is 'realistically' rendered in three dimensions and stands up on a flat surface. Of course there is also a tiny loop on the end of his snout so he may be shown off at the end of...(more)
This glorious and gleaming original Edwardian/early Art Deco diamond ring works perfectly well as an individualistic engagement ring or as a just-for-fun right-hand ring. A gorgeous .89 carat European-cut diamond radiates from within a central hexagonal setting adorned top and bottom and right and l...(more)
A bright and sunshiny European-cut diamond, weighing just ten points shy of 2.00 carats, glistens with a faint-yellow glow in this original Art Deco engagement ring, elegantly designed and crafted in platinum - circa 1920s. The diamond gleams from within a four-cornered setting atop an openwork moun...(more)
A tantalizing trio of natural light-yellow, old-mine cushion-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.80 carats, shine shoulder-to-shoulder in this classic Victorian ring, beautifully sculpted in gleaming 18 karat yellow gold. Four center trefoil prongs do double-duty and three prongs on the outside, leadi...(more)
A distinctive and distinguished gentleman's ring in glorious red and white. The geometrically sculpted ring , handcrafted in bright and sturdy 14 karat white gold, presents a central round faceted ruby flanked on each side by a sparkling old mine-cut diamond. This ring was probably made or re-made i...(more)
A 7/8 inch long by 1/2 inch wide oval jadeite, accompanied with a gemological laboratory certificate stating: Natural, no indications of treatment, Burma, is elegantly presented atop a 9 karat gold Art Deco mounting, more than likely from the British Crown colony of Hong Kong, circa second quarter ...(more)
An 18 inch necklace consisting of sixty-seven 6 millimeter deep reddish-orange vintage Mediterranean coral beads. The 18 karat yellow gold clasp is newer.
A glowing golden chrysoberyl cat's-eye is set in a white gold bezel between a sizable pair of straight baguette diamonds, together weighing half-a-carat and also set in white gold bezels, from atop a gleaming 14 karat gold gypsy-style gent's, or unisex ring - circa 1950s-1960s. Sleek.