A truly superb, high-quality, original diamond ring dating from the early 20th century displaying design elements from both the Art Deco and the slightly earlier Edwardian period. The bright white and sparkling 1.01 ct. G-VS2 European-cut diamond - accompanied with a report from GIA - is sitting pre...(more)
A superb and unique pair of asymmetrical clips and brooch combination from the glamorous 1940s. Based on a free flowing ribbon design and magnificently rendered (even the back is beautifully decorated) in baguette and round diamonds, Burmese rubies, rose gold, white gold and platinum, this multi-dim...(more)
Lucky seven bright white single-cut diamonds, sparkling from within classic fishtail settings, make a lovely addition to virtually any vintage engagement ring. Or, let it flash across your finger solo. The top is white gold, the currently size 5 3/4 ring shank is in contrasting yellow.
Just shy of a half-carat, a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond sparkles mightily between stylized buckle shape shoulders in this endearing solitaire engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold, circa 1920s-30s. The enduring buckle motif is said to originate from t...(more)
Artfully and creatively sculpted by the noted jewelry designer Tony Cavelti of Vancouver, Canada, a pair of lustrous 9 millimeter cultured pearls are comfortably nested and waiting to hatch from within their 18K yellow gold nurseries. Eminently wearable works of jewelry art, circa 1970s. 5/8 inch.
The Belais Brothers from NYC are renowned as being amongst the first jewelers in the U.S. to craft jewelry in 18 karat white gold. Their pieces were in high demand, and many people at the time referred to 18 karat white gold as "belais gold". This beautiful example from the 1920s features a blazing,...(more)
This impressive, all original and quite exotic platinum and diamond dinner ring, dating from the zenith of the Art Deco period - circa 1925 - showcases a bright white and beautiful antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing 1.85 carats. The scintillating stone sparkles from atop a pierced dome glitteri...(more)
Here is an original Art Deco showstopper from the 1920s - 1930s. This sizzling and sizable bombe domed ring centers on a bright and lively round cabochon ruby weighing 4.05 carats. Bright-red flames of calibre-cut rubies sweep up the sides against a wav...(more)
Die-struck and meticulously hand detailed in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, this stately and sophisticated Art Deco sparkler shines loud and proud with a European-cut diamond, weighing .63 carat, nestled within an octagonal setting. The elaborately ornamented mounting is suffused with classical acanthus...(more)
Sparkling from the heart of this glittering cross, crafted in darkened silver over rose gold in classic Victorian style, is a .60 carat antique cushion-cut diamond set within a circle of 14 European-cut diamonds. Ten more vibrant European-cut diamonds complete this divine diamond pendant. 5.60 carat...(more)
24 inches long, this fabulous, oversize anchor link necklace was created during the 1950s in homage to enduring and endearing 19th century Victorian style. Crafted in rosy-yellow 14K gold, each and every main link is embossed with a floral design, with each slave link bearing a star pattern. The nec...(more)
Glimmering boldly from from its diamond-set scroll motif gallery, this vivacious and voluptuous marquise-cut diamond, weighing 6.12 carats, is surmounted by a complimentary 1.25 carat pear-shaped diamond, all of which swing and sparkle from a platinum chain set with four marquise-cut diamonds. 8.7...(more)