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A gorgeous glowing orange-amber colored Madeira citrine with a rather novel cut: faceted below and cabochoned on top, fills a glittering rose-cut diamond frame in this very lovely early-twentieth century ring, finely crafted in platinum over gold. Th top measures 1/2 by 3/8 inch; ring size 4 1/2+.
Originating from turn-of-the-twentieth century Great Britain, a charming diamond drop necklace designed and rendered in darkened silver over 9ct. rose gold in a highly stylized, open bell shape motif. The pendant glitters with an array of rose-cut and old mine-cut diamonds, totaling .85 carat, and m...(more)
A classic, low-profile, original, early-Art Deco diamond engagement ring from the 1920s. A bright and lively European-cut diamond, weighing 1.01 carats, is embraced by double, mirror-image swirls of french-cut sapphires with sparkling full-cut diamonds (presumable replacements for old mine-cuts) spa...(more)
This classic late-Victorian solitaire engagement ring, circa 1890- 1915, features an icy-white European-cut diamond, weighing .53 carat. The scintillating stone is held aloft by six talon prongs seamlessly arising from the artfully hand engraved mounting. Crafted in sturdy 10K yellow gold. The diamo...(more)
2 and 1/2 inch long and lovely, nineteenth century drop earrings lightly crafted in a stylized variation of the classical, Etruscan amphora motif. The central amphoras swing freely inside a symmetrical wishbone shaped frame, all of which are ornamented with delicate granulation and twisted rope des...(more)
An architecturally inspired, platinum and diamond mounting culminates in a bright-white and shining, half-carat European-cut diamond in this stunning, original Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1925. The beautiful center stone radiates from within a four-cornered setting and is embellished left and r...(more)
Look who washed ashore! An adorable diamond studded, emerald-eyed, golden shelled amphibian friend for your shoulder or lapel. His/her shell is realistically rendered in shimmering 18K yellow gold, his head, legs and tail are in diamond studded platinum, and his head moves side to side. Expertly and...(more)
Lightly and lovingly crafted, circa 1900, this ultra charming Art Nouveau necklace artfully combines velvety golden swirls, bright purple amethysts and a dangling freshwater pearl for a fanciful and feminine effect. The chain measures 18 inches, the pendant extends 1 inch.
A photo of your loved one is protected by an artfully hand engraved buckled sash in this very lovely oval locket, hand crafted in warmly patinated 9ct. gold, by way of the 19th century British Isles. 15/16 by 13/16 inch.
For a short time during the 1950s, nineteenth century Victorian style jewelry enjoyed a strong resurgence, and this classic slide bracelet is a striking example of the favored style. The 14K bracelet is composed of 9 individual, variously shaped, double slides; the gemstones include: diamond, turquo...(more)
The crowning glory of this refined and radiant, original Art Deco solitaire engagement ring - circa 1920s - is a scintillating European-cut diamond, weighing one carat and accompanied with a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: J color - VS2 clarity. The exquisitely designed platinum mounting is die-...(more)
An enchanting array of ten pastel colored, natural sapphires, ranging in color from pale blue and yellow, aqua, light lavender and pink - totaling 17 carats - glisten and glow from within golden bezels arranged in the form of a sizable (2 5/16 by 1 3/4 inches) cross for a stunning and highly ...(more)