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A contemporary (late-20th century) ring, crafted in rich 18K yellow gold, highlighting a vibrant yellow, cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 1.50 carats. The sunshiny gemstone is flanked by three round-cut diamonds on each side and is bordered by two glistening rows of baguette-cut diamonds, bringing th...(more)
A bright white, high-quality, transitional-cut diamond, weighing one-third carat, shines mightily from this sleekly tailored 1930s-1940s vintage engagement ring. Crafted in platinum with restraint and elegance foremost in mind, the mounting is minimally embellished on each shoulder with a small .05...(more)
A crisp-blue 4.50 carat aquamarine rests in an exquisitely made die-struck mounting. Crafted in 18 karat white gold, this ring is an Art Deco delight with the delicacy of hand-pierced flowers held by the framework of the mounting. Lovely. In a ring size 5 1/2.
An outstanding high-Art Deco dress watch, circa 1925, in superb condition, by the highly regarded Swiss watchmaker of yesteryear, M & W Ullmann. Six bright-white square-cut diamonds, weighing 1.50 carats, sparkle between graceful platinum and diamond-set pierced work in a delightful geometric de...(more)
Dating from the first decade of the last century, bright blue sapphires, white sparkling European-cut diamonds and shimmering natural seed pearls harmonize in a row of delicate flowers. Beautifully crafted by hand in platinum over 18 karat gold, this hinged bangle adds a touch of springtime to any d...(more)
A delicate cluster of glimmering single-cut diamonds, fashioned in the shape of a six-petaled flower, serves as the sparkling central focus of the petite, platinum topped, 18 karat yellow gold, English made ring. This early 20th century jewel has a very low profile for ease of wear and works equally...(more)
An utterly charming jewel from the turn-of-the-last century (circa 1900), this exquisite antique bracelet is masterfully hand-crafted of tiny rose-cut diamonds, glowing calibre emeralds and shimmering natural pearls set in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold. A delicate, refined Edwardian-era treasur...(more)
This original Art Deco line bracelet, finely crafted in platinum circa 1920s, sparkles day and night with thirty-six high-quality European-cut diamonds - weighing a total of 6.00 carats. Both the platinum box settings and gallery are accentuated with expertly applied milgraining and the hinges are c...(more)
This hand fabricated classic diamond solitaire from the mid-20th century highlights a bright white and sparkling European-cut diamond center stone, weighing .55 carat, with a clarity grade of VS1 and color I. The beautiful stone is set in four carved pointed prongs with the effect that it is floatin...(more)
A truly sensational antique ring from the mid-19th century. A light, almost moonstone blue sapphire has been carved into a classic female profile. The frame is a delightful combination of emeralds and red, white and green enamel. The cameo and frame more than likely once served as a pin or pendant a...(more)
An early European-cut diamond (circa 1910 to early-1920s), weighing a double lucky .77 carat, is snuggled in the center of a die-struck, diamond studded platinum ring designed and rendered in a striking yet feminine tulip style. The fully hand engraved prongs seamlessly emerge from the ring at cardi...(more)
Rendered in rich 18 karat yellow gold, this lovely blue and green enameled dimensional tulip flower is a nice addition to any bouquet. Three stamens emerge from the top of the flower tipped with glistening green emeralds. The brooch measures 1 /1/4 by 5/8 inches. Made in Italy, circa 1950-60s.