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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)
A rare, yet timeless and sophisticated classic from the mid-century San Francisco jewelry designers and makers - Lorentz and Benoit. This sleek engagement ring features an icy-white, half-carat transitional-cut diamond, accented with dramatic long and narrow baguettes surrounded with single-cut spar...(more)
Glowing cabochon garnet drops swing-and-sway, to-and-fro and back-and-forth from matching ovals in these delightful, late 19th~early 20th century Bohemian (Czechoslovakian) ear drops crafted in 14 karat yellow gold. 1 1/4 inches long.
From the first or second decade of the last century, a ravishing and romantic necklace composed of four gleaming lime green peridots, the center of which is enveloped in an artful, open foliate design, expertly rendered in platinum, sparkling old mine-cut diamonds and small lustrous natural pearls. ...(more)
A lovely floral repousse design borders golden diamond centered ovals in these very lovely and wearable Victorian earrings measuring 11/16 by just shy of 1/2 inch. Circa 1890. They drop down 1 inch including the ear wire.
This breathtaking platinum diamond packed pin from the mid-20th century is a delight to behold. The central round brilliant-cut diamond bursts forth with sparkling diamond petals outlined with diamond baguettes which also serve as the stem. The flower is further adorned with a pair of pear shape dia...(more)
This fine, diamond-eyed, amphibious fellow sports a shiny green enamel and 18K yellow gold skin covered with cabochon ruby warts. A wonderfully whimsical creation by Tiffany & Co., circa mid-to-late twentieth century. Ribiting! He measures 1 1/2 by 1 3/16 inch
Blue-gray agate from the renowned Montrose region are inlaid into this sizable (2 1/8 inch across) open circle brooch hailing from late-19th century Scotland. The four round cabochons, two golden, and two dark plum-purple are actually glass. The central X motif section is raised inside the donut sha...(more)