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This 1950s vintage sparkler, crafted in platinum, features a raised row of three European-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.00 carat. The talented trio shines from within individual geometric settings set atop a dozen old-cut diamonds arrayed in a gently curved navette shape mounting - bringing the ...(more)
This pretty diamond pendant necklace is a contemporary design but has great vintage style. A lustrous 18 karat rose gold open filigree disc sparkles mightily with a half carat of bright high quality diamonds, accented with delicate millegrain throughout. Feminine and easy-to-wear, on a 16 1/4 inches...(more)
Although virtually de rigueur during the 1920s-1930s days of Art Deco you don't see many double clip brooches from the 1940s Retro period, and this beauty exhibits a perfect blending of the two styles. Undulating, multi-dimensional bows, tied up with sparkling diamond ribbons join forces in t...(more)
A glorious Ladies Rolex 1940's Retro bracelet watch with tres chic Old Hollywood styling. A 7" honeycomb bracelet bursts into an exuberant winged sculpture that lifts to reveal the Rolex watch face. In rich, gleaming 18 karat, with calibre rubies and a sparkling array of bright white diamond accents...(more)
This endearing and enduring traditional diamond engagement ring, crafted in platinum, circa 1930s, sparkles front and center with a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond weighing .44 carat. The diamond is secured by four trefoil prongs and is further enlivened on each side by a slender row of tw...(more)
This is an adorable easy-to-wear necklace, perfect for everyday wear. Just over 1/2 carat of diamonds twinkle in this classic cluster design. The pendant is platinum and the chain and bale (loop) are 14 karat white gold. The pendant measures 7/16 inch across.
An Art Nouveau beauty with a flowing headdress peers out from this early-nineteenth century stick pin, that according to the maker's mark was produced by Thistle, Leys, Christie & Company, NY, New York.
A refreshing swimming pool-blue faceted cushion-cut aquamarine glistens horizontally between diamond-topped ribbons in this ornately detailed cocktail (just-for-fun) ring rendered in gleaming 18 karat rose gold. A uniquely beautiful Retro bauble - circa 1940s.
A wonderful and remarkable original Victorian necklace outfitted with a fanciful pearl and enamel-topped double slide and tassel. The 30-inch necklace comes equipped with a 5-inch extension terminating in a 2-inch long tassel that perfectly matches the smaller version on the slide. A very fun, colle...(more)
Consummate 1940s Retro artistry is beautifully captured by one of twentieth-century America’s premier jewelers - Raymond Yard - in this splendid suite of jewels designed to feature five luminous blue-flash moonstones. The shimmering gemstones are embellished with flowing golden ribbons accented w...(more)
A charming Art Deco sparkler, circa 1930s, featuring a bright-white and beautiful transitional European-cut diamond weighing just over one-third of a carat. Open-star rays, dotted with tiny single-cut diamonds in between, radiate outward in all directions. Geometric engraving at the top of the ring ...(more)
From the renowned Thomas Kirkpatrick & Co. of New York comes this utterly charming ladies' pendant watch, circa 1888. Exquisite details include a substantial 18 karat gold case adorned with cheerful raised blue enamel forget-me-not flowers, the classic Victorian symbol of faithfulness and enduri...(more)