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Here is very unusual and distinctive Art Deco solitaire engagement ring in terms of both the mounting and the center stone. A bright and lively old mine-cut diamond, weighing 1.01 carats and imbued with a faint champagne colored tinge, shines solo from atop a fanciful, neoclassical mounting, crisply...(more)
From the glamorous 1940s, a classic Retro 'tank tread' bracelet composed of a center row of bright rose gold links bordered on each side by matching yellow gold links, creating a shimmering, gleaming, blended effect. Excellent condition, 3/4 inch wide by 7 1/4 inch long.
This distinctive early-Art Deco dazzler, die-struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1925, shines front and center, day and night, with a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing 1.10 carats. The exquisitely detailed mounting twinkles with a tiny single-cut diamond on each corner plus...(more)
Quintessential Art Deco splendor is consummately captured in this sleek and sophisticated bar pin dating from the zenith of the design period - circa 1925. Three colorful sections: the center featuring a natural oriental pearl, and the outer sections centering on a pair of collet-set European-cut di...(more)
A central trio of antique cushion-cut diamonds, totaling 1.75 carats, sparkle across a striking louvered design set inside a blazing double frame of icy-white, high-quality, transitional European-cut diamonds (bringing the total diamond weight to 5.00 carats) in this stunning Art Deco masterpiece, e...(more)
A darling and delicate, traditional style, early-twentieth century emerald ring, crafted in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold. The ring centers on a bright, light-medium green emerald framed by a double row of twinkling Swiss-cut diamonds outlined with a scalloped border. A darling but somewhat del...(more)
A very unusual two-tone niello silver chain measuring 32 1/2" in length and approximately 1/8" in width. This technique has been used since antiquity, incorporated into jewels made by the ancient Egyptians and Romans and was most recently employed in jewels and decorative items in late-nineteenth/e...(more)
Just shy of 1 and 1/4 inch long and lovely, this sleek and slender dinner ring glistens front and center with an elongated navette shape, lime green peridot enveloped in a glittering halo of small old mine-cut diamonds. Hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1920s, this is a truly singular and sensation...(more)
A radiant and resplendent European-cut diamond, weighing one-and-two-thirds carat (1.66) sparkles mightily, with minimal obstruction, in this elegantly refined, recently crafted, platinum and diamond solitaire mounting. The ring glitters around, below, and on the sides of the center stone with tiny ...(more)
Just shy of 2 and 1/2 inches (not counting the ear-wires) long and extra-lovely, late-nineteenth century drop earrings composed of rich salmon color corals and small glittering rose-cut diamonds, connected by 18K gold and enamel caps and decorative elements. A precious gift from the blue Mediterrane...(more)
A consummate and quintessential Art Deco engagement ring, designed and rendered in platinum with a distinctive multidimensional design, showcases a brilliant European-cut diamond, weighing .80 carat. The scintillating stone sparkles between curved rows of small glittering diamonds with a striking ge...(more)
A classic, elegantly understated platinum engagement ring featuring a gorgeous .65 carat emerald-cut diamond. The scintillating stone is further enlivened with a pair of square step-cut diamonds shimmering on each side of the hand fabricated mounting. Timeless, currently ring size 7.