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From late-19th century Bohemia (Czechoslovakia) a bold and beautiful pearl of garnet earrings showcasing round cabochon centers encircled by small faceted stones, all displayed in sturdy, low (7-8) karat rose gold. 7/8 inch diameter.
Recently crafted in London, England in faithful emulation of perennial Edwardian style, this alluring sapphire and diamond jewel works perfectly well as a 'right hand' of unconventional engagement ring. Expertly crafted in platinum over 18K yellow gold, the ring highlights a rich royal blue faceted ...(more)
A sleek and sophisticated pair of diamond drop earrings of 1 and 1/2 inch long drop earrings hand crafted in platinum faithful emulation of ever enduring 1920s Art Deco style. In fact, the jeweler has utilized eight original old mine-cut diamonds from the period, totaling 2.70 carats. The graduated...(more)
A classic, original, full Art Deco dress set to spiff up your tux, manufactured, circa 1920, by the long standing American jeweler - Krementz, and retailed by the venerable Philadelphia based jeweler - J.E. Caldwell. Slightly concave black onyx discs are pierced in the center with a small shimmering...(more)
A classic solitaire featuring a gorgeous emerald-cut sapphire weighing 1.13 carats. The enchanting gemstone radiates with a richly saturated color, reminiscent of blue velvet. A perfect engagement ring for an unconventional woman with a sophisticated appreciation for understated elegance. The ring i...(more)
Rare, radiant and ravishing. A classically fashioned, vintage emerald-cut diamond (a.k.a. Asscher-cut), weighing 3.47 carats (accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: J color - VS1 clarity) is elegantly presented in timeless Art Deco style in this extraordinary platinum and diamond drop ...(more)
This rich Georgian brooch set with sumptuous garnets into rich 18 karat yellow gold is in pristine condition. This type of intricately detailed, hand-fabricated, coiled wire work is referred to as cannetille, named after the gold embroideries of the Napoleonic years. We date this pin to the late-Geo...(more)
An exotically attractive Nubian princess, masterfully hand carved from ebony, dons a cornrow coif and golden hoop earrings, and crowns a very striking and unusual stickpin. She measures 1 and 1/8 by just under 3/4 inch; the pin measures a full 3 and 5/8 inches.
1 and 7/8 inch long drop earrings, by way of nineteenth century Great Britain, sleekly hand fabricated in rich 15K yellow gold and exhibiting a well earned, velvety, century-plus old patina. The fluted drops (which match the tops) dingle-dangle with your every move. The backs are newer.
Opposing calibre sapphire chevrons dramatically frame a beautiful, bright and lively European-cut diamond, weighing 1.23 carats, in this stunning and exemplary original Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1920s. The bombe shaped ring glitters from all s...(more)
This enchanting and dainty 1930s Depression-era brooch features a central elongated cushion plaque of carved quartz, with a glowing matte finish. The center of the quartz carving is pierced with a riveted diamond-shaped mounting showcasing a bright and sparkling brilliant-cut diamond. The brooch is ...(more)
This very striking Art Deco dress-set was designed and manufactured, circa 1920, in 14k rose gold, topped with white gold, by one of the largest producers of fine jewelry in the world at the time, Carter, Gough and Co. Very stylish, this original Art Deco tuxedo ensemble would have added the final p...(more)