Something new and something old. A gorgeous faceted square emerald-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat, very similar, if not exactly like Tiffany's signature Lucida-cut, sparkles spectacularly from within a 1930s vintage platinum and diamond mounting enlivened with a twinkling trio of single-cut diamond...(more)
An artful assemblage of Art Deco elements combine in this lovely 14 karat yellow gold pendant. A diamond set flower is accented with a green gold leaf flourish and framed in a geometric cartouche with filigree and beaded wire embellishments. A delicate tribute to the 1920's. The pendant measures 1 ...(more)
A bright and beautiful round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.08 carats, serves as the sparkling bull's-eye for this classic 'target' ring, finely and faithfully newly crafted in emulation of 1920s-30s Art Deco style. The scintillating centerstone radiates from within a finely milgrained bezel-fram...(more)
Countless forest green dendrites coalesce to form an organic work of abstract art in this unique large-scale gent's ring, rendered in 9K rose gold (thus more than likely of British origin) in this very wearable and striking, Victorian-era conversation piece. Circa latter-19th century. The agate meas...(more)
To protect a cherished photo of a loved one, a 14 karat yellow gold round locket depicting a fierce three dimensional lion's head. The lion is very realistically rendered with white gold teeth and fangs bared to reveal an old European-cut diamond and diamond-set eyes. Early 20th century. Dramatic.
The Art Deco Retrospective design of this ring blends a square angular center sparkling with a .18 carat brilliant cut diamond with stylized diamond shapes on each side all in white gold atop a 14 karat yellow gold gallery and shank. A great looking wearable ring in a size 6 1/2.
A big (size 11 1/2), bold, gold, man size ring designed and produced respectively by Jean Schlumberger and Tiffany & Co. in richly textured 18K yellow gold. The radiating swirl design culminates in a deep cobalt blue lapis lazuli cabochon, (almost) microscopically flecked with golden pyrite. An ...(more)
By America's premier purveyor of pretty things in small packages, we are pleased to present this rare and ravishing engagement ring featuring a bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamond weighing .40 carats. The bright and beautiful stone presents a little bit larger due to the double-tiered, f...(more)
By one of America's most-celebrated 20th century jewelers, an entrancing blue star sapphire, with a faint violet cast, measuring just under five carats (and presenting larger due to its flat bottom cut) and displaying a vivid six-legged star (a/k/a/ asterism) is elegantly presented in platinum. The ...(more)
A bezel-set European-cut diamond, weighing 1.10 carats, sparkles solo in this neo-classical early-twentieth century Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand-finished in two-tone 14K gold - circa 1920. The side gallery is adorned with geometric openwork and the shoulders are overlaid with a styl...(more)
A ravishing and remarkable late-18th~early-19th century flower brooch masterfully crafted 'en tremblant': "En tremblant" is a French term - meaning "to tremble". It was first used to describe 18th and 19th century jewelry where parts of the diamond set pieces were attached to a trembler to...(more)
Easily one of the finest and most beautiful pendant watches of its kind that we have had the pleasure to procure and purvey. This nineteenth century treasure from the land of chocolates and cuckoo clocks (as well as the world's finest timepieces), by A. Golay - Leresche & Fils of Geneve and Pari...(more)