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This stunning, though modestly proportioned (1 1/4 by 3/4 inches) Art Deco brooch is aflame with a super gemmy carved emerald, sapphire and a pair of carved rubies which, combined with a sparkling array of round and baguette diamonds, and a single kite shape diamond in the center, create a stunningl...(more)
The most beautiful and unusual Bohemian Garnet locket we've come across.
The sizable (2 3/8 by 1 3/8 inches) diamond-shape (as in playing cards) plaque and matching bail glitters and glows with double-tiered array of
multi-shaped garnets, closely packed for a stunning effect. The reverse houses a di...(more)
This classic Victorian style rose gold diamond solitaire harkens back to the late-1800s and features a beautiful and brilliant European-cut diamond weighing just shy of a half-a-carat. A timeless and traditional treasure, currently ring size 7 1/2.
Diana, goddess of the hunt, is superbly hand carved (much nicer than most) in this mythological (though absolutely real!) cameo brooch and pendant combo, dating from early last century. She's is modestly presented in a simple 14K yellow gold bezel frame. 2 3/8 by 1 3/4 inches.
Iridescent flashes of cobalt blue, orangy-yellow, lavender and green glow from within and without this elongated oval black opal in this singular and sensational dinner ring, crafted in platinum and sparkling single-cut diamonds, circa mid-twentieth century. Entrancing. 13/16 inch long, currently ri...(more)
Evoking the lightness and symmetry of fine antique Damask lace this Edwardian style ring measures 7/8 inch long dinner and showcases a half dozen scintillating mine-cut diamonds, totaling just shy of three-quarter carat. The bright-white stones are bezel-set with millegrain tooling seamlessly integr...(more)
A darling and demure vintage engagement ring, dating from the early 40s, styled and crafted with inspiration of both Art Deco architecture and Victorian sentimentality. Die-struck and hand finished in two-tone 14K gold, the ring is centered with a modestly sized yet sparkling single-cut diamond. Cur...(more)
Artfully and whimsically designed and rendered by the renowned Beverly Hills jeweler to the stars, circa mid-twentieth century - Ruser - come these fabulous, fantastical and indisputably 'heavenly' angel earrings. The freshwater pearl winged twins rest on puffy pearl clouds whilst the little angels ...(more)
A tantalizing trio of Montana sapphires wink from the center of this very sweet and artfully designed pin dating from the first decade of the last century. The 1 13/16 by 9/16 inch adornment combines both Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau design influences and was produced by Hayden W. Wheeler &...(more)
About as sweet as they come, this bright and cheerful charmer, dating from the first decade of the last century, glistens front and center with a bright pastel blue faceted oval aquamarine. The enchanting gemstone is fancifully framed with yellow gold swirls dotted with vibrant lime green demantoid ...(more)
A gorgeous early-20th century European-cut diamond, weighing 3.01 carats, sparkles front and center in this consummate mid-century engagement ring. The scintillating center stone, classically presented in platinum between a pair of straight baguette diamonds, boasts exceptional proportions resulting...(more)
A ultra-elongated (3 1/2 inches long by 5/8 inch wide!) transitional Edwardian/Art Deco bar brooch, exquisitely hand crafted in platinum, circa 1920s, featuring an unusual and enchanting purplish-blue sapphire, weighing 5 carats, glistening front and center. The fabulous platinum setting employs met...(more)