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A ten point old mine-cut diamond sparkles from within a two-tier hexagonal frame, in this very refined, neoclassical/early-Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-stuck in two-tone gold - white on top and faint yellow on the elegantly ornamented gallery, shoulders and ring shank. Circa 1920s, currentl...(more)
A very cool, dramatic and exotic Art Deco necklace and bracelet suite - circa 1930s. Eight carved natural jadeite plaques alternate with green enameled dragons framed in black. Accompanied by a gemological report from Stone Group Labs stating: Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes. It is the o...(more)
An elegantly fashioned and ultra-sparkling diamond-set lily brooch from the 1950s, expertly hand crafted in platinum. This resplendent flower features 119 pave-set round brilliant-cut diamonds on the petals and leaf as well as four larger round brilliant-cut diamonds in the center. 10 baguette-cut d...(more)
This blindingly brilliant eternity band glitters all around your finger with 16 dazzlingly dynamic, high-color round diamonds - totaling 3.75 carats. The band is fashioned out of bright 18k white gold, forming subtle, yet secure prongs around the diamonds making them almost appear to float in space....(more)
Once worn to mourn the loss of a loved one, a century-and-a-half later these dramatic nineteenth century earrings, rendered in subdued black & white, now make for a chic and dramatic style statement. The stylized bell shape drops are carved in jet black onyx and are overlaid with shimmering seed...(more)
This adorable, oval antique locket is embellished with translucent powder blue enamel over a machine engraved background (aka guilloche enamel), giving the pendant a holographic shimmer. The locket is bordered with white enamel and centered with a diminutive seed pearl framed in gold. Designe...(more)
From the turn-of-the-last century, most likely Great Britain, comes this thoroughly delightful Edwardian diamond bracelet, delicately hand fabricated in velvety 18ct yellow gold topped with platinum. Three central oval sections glitter with an array of old mine and rose-cut diamonds transitioning in...(more)
This sweeping abstract foliate design, measuring 2 3/8 by 1 7/8 inches, is blooming with 14 bright translucent green natural jades: 1 large oval, 1 small oval, 4 navettes and 8 pear shapes. The sinuous stems sparkle with small bright-white round diamonds set in 18K white gold and the jades are backe...(more)
By Scandinavia's preeminent silversmith and jeweler, a striking pair of
double-sided nautilus motif cufflinks rendered in sterling silver and overlaid with contrasting rose gold. Georg Jensen style #53.
No less than 23 of the most charming charms make up this fun and fabulous jingle-jangle charm bracelet, circa 1940s-50s. Without naming them all, some highlights include: a camera, a revolving carousel, a working jack-in-the-box, an abacus, an emergency dollar bill, a spinning 'I Love You', a jockey...(more)
A lovely, light, lacy and feminine depression era bracelet, rendered in 14k white gold. This dainty treasure features a cushion shaped reverse-carved rock quartz crystal with a soft frosted finish and dotted with a twinkling diamond. Two adjoining links are accented with kite shaped, vintage blue gl...(more)
Quintessential Victoriana is embodied in these 1 and 5/8 inch long, double-sided, repousse ear drops, lightly and lovingly rendered in 9ct. yellow gold from nineteenth century Great Britain.