This is the most spectacular treasure for the discriminating oenophile we've ever come across! And yes, those ripe, red, luscious Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are indeed genuine rubies! Two glorious diamond studded grape leaves are magnificently rendered in shaded plique a jour (translucent) enamel fo...(more)
Instead of a diamondback rattler, here we have its rare diamond headed cousin, coiled around your finger and ready to strike. Rendered in weighty 15K slightly greenish yellow gold, hence more than likely of British origin, hand fabricated and engraved throughout. The bright-white European-cut diamon...(more)
These extraordinary, three-inch long, lithe and lovely cameo earrings are composed of two matching pairs of hand carved shell cameos: the bottom pair depicting a beautiful maiden in a flowing gown (both of which are signed by the artist) and twin double-winged angels on top. Four bezel-set r...(more)
An exquisite Victorian-era brooch centered with a hard stone sardonyx, or banded agate, cameo expertly carved in three color layers. The ethereal figure is that of Athena bearing her characteristic shield and spear in a flowing and gauzy gown. Twinkling rose-cut diamonds frame this very special nine...(more)
This classic original Victorian diamond necklace composed in silver over 14 karat rose gold sparkles with every turn. Graduated diamond set darts alternate with three-diamond drops and tapers to a straight rose-cut diamond set neckchain in back. 9.00 carts total diamond weight. A superb, stunning an...(more)
A sparkling and streamlined, early twentieth-century vintage marquise diamond, weighing just two points shy of four carats and measuring 7/8 inch long (!) (about the length of a regular cut 7.00 carat marquise) is presented in an elegantly understated platinum and diamond mounting - circa 1920s-1930...(more)
A fabulous and superbly crafted double-hinged bangle bracelet, crowned with a colorful, ruby-eyed, turquoise serpent. A 'striking' mid-century vintage bracelet. Note the decorative openwork inside the bracelet. 18 karat yellow gold.
A turquoise-tongued, slithery serpent, dressed in shimmering blue, green and gold enamel, coils around your finger in this very colorful, whimsical and quite unusual ring, crafted in 14 karat gold - circa 1960s. Very minor enamel wear except, as would be expected, at the very base of the ring shank....(more)
A big, bright and lively square emerald-cut emerald, weighing 5.31 carats, is the star attraction of this sublime and stunning late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco bauble, finely crafted in platinum, circa 1920. The impressive emerald possesses a crystalline brilliance which glistens and glows under all ty...(more)
An elegant platinum and diamond dinner ring from the Edwardian era, circa 1910 . This sizable and exceptional jewel glistens with two large, bright and beautiful European-cut diamonds weighing 1.65 carats each - 3.30 carats total. The dynamic duo sparkles atop a masterfully handcrafted mounting, del...(more)
A diamond-eyed serpent, crafted in 18 karat 'spring' yellow gold with an ingenious 'scale' pattern, coils snug around your wrist. A cool and exotic mid-twentieth century bangle.
This regal and ravishing early-nineteenth century diamond ring presents a bright-white old mine-cut diamond sparkling from within a majestic setting composed of platinum over 18 karat gold and containing three-quarter carats of smaller old mine-cut diamonds. One end is crowned with a shining quatref...(more)