A gorgeous, bright, crystalline-green, high-domed (or sugarloaf) cabochon emerald, weighing about 5.00 carats, glistens and glows atop an elegantly handcrafted platinum and diamond solitaire-style mounting, dating from the heyday of Art Deco splendor - circa 1930. Each shoulder of the ring sparkles ...(more)
An exquisite turn-of-the-century necklace exhibiting consummate Edwardian style with a dash of Art Nouveau artistry. This ultra-charming necklace, lovingly handcrafted in platinum over gold, is comprised of five gently graduated sections designed with delicately stylized whiplash motifs, small spark...(more)
A rare collectable from the San Francisco 49ers - the original gold miners, not the football team. This truly extraordinary keepsake is composed of two thick and substantially proportioned (1 1/2 inches by 1 1/4 inches) gold-in-quartz plaques that serve as book covers for two golden, double-sided, m...(more)
Bright-white diamond polka dots sparkle all around this platinum wedding band by Tiffany & Co. Size 6.
Sometimes we say that our photographs don't do justice, but in this case, under the direct spotlights, the star sapphire appears much bluer than in person - under normal lighting it actually displays more of a gray-lavender-blue hue. Nevertheless, this original Art Deco ring, crafted in platinum cir...(more)
This early-Art Deco dazzler with vestiges of Edwardian design influence showcases a bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing three points shy of three-quarter carat. An openwork diamond-set foliate motif radiates outward from the center of the gracefully domed platinum mounting. The...(more)
Just two tiny points shy of one carat, this bright-white and beautiful transitional European-cut diamond - bearing a GIA certificate stating H color - SI1 clarity - sparkles mightily in this low-profile, traditionally styled engagement ring, crafted in platinum, circa
late 1930s-1940s. A pair of tw...(more)
A faded denim-blue star sapphire, weighing 7.00 carats and displaying distinct asterism (all six rays), is bezel-set above a textured gold mounting further enlivened with a star-set round brilliant-cut diamond on each shoulder. Circa 1950s.
A glistening rose-cut diamond garland dripping with blood-red rubies adorns the front of this exquisite 18 karat gold heart-shape locket from mid-nineteenth century France. 1 1/8 inches.
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 gorgeous and glistening European-cut diamond, weighing 1.51 carats, is held aloft by sleekly styled calibre sapphire and diamond shoulders which seamlessly rise to become the prongs. Two other diamond-set prongs emerge from the diamond-set gallery in this true Art Deco jewel, beautifully imbued wi...(more)
A luscious deep purple amethyst with an uncommon marquise cut is beautifully adorned with yellow, blue and black enamel atop a 14 karat white filigree mounting overlaid with rose gold bows on each shoulder. Die-struck and hand finished - circa 1930s. This colorful and striking vintage bauble measure...(more)