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An ultra-sparkling pair of gorgeous, high-caliber, high-color, high-clarity diamond stud earrings comprised of of two modern round brilliant-cut diamonds, each weighing 1.56 carat (3.12 carats total weight). The diamonds are set in classic four-prong mountings, hand fabricated in platinum, and each ...(more)
We don't come across many pairs of 1930s vintage aquamarine earrings and these Art Deco dangles are a rare delight. The duo of placid blue emerald-cuts, totaling 7 carats, glisten from within interior Greek-key style borders leading to a scalloped frame of dazzling white diamonds, all of which swing...(more)
This handsome 14 karat Victorian dress watch chain with fancy engraved bar links is functional as both a pocket watch chain and as a necklace for a slender neck. At 14 1/2 inches long, one end is secured by a swivel clasp, and the other by a large spring ring. Dapper as a watch chain, chic as a neck...(more)
A gorgeous, rich, royal blue sapphire, weighing 1.55 carats, glows from the center of a classic solitaire ring, crafted in 18 karat rose gold. Six full-bodied, pointed prongs elegantly present the gemstone. Lovely as an engagement ring, or just because you look good in blue. Currently ring size 4.
A captivating cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 2.41 carats, radiates from the center of this refined, solitaire style Art Deco ring. Sapphires simply do not come any bluer or more beautiful than this breathtaking beauty. Set in sleek platinum, a knife-edge ring shank leads to a pair of bright-white ba...(more)
Crafted in 9 karat yellow gold (hence most likely of British origin), this charming Victorian horseshoe stickpin sparkles with .60 carats of old mine-cut diamonds. There is a tradition of giving newlyweds a symbol of a horseshoe in order to wish them good luck in their marriage. This pin has a bit o...(more)
Overlapping bars of glowing red Burmese rubies and glittering rose-cut diamonds frame a single, shimmering, natural button pearl in this delicate and delightful Edwardian-era jewel - circa 1900-1915. A precious precursor to the coming Art Deco period. 7/16 inch across, currently ring size 5 1/2.
Exquisitely die-struck and hand fabricated in platinum during the 1920s, this striking Jazz Age jewel artfully incorporates timeless design motifs into a perfectly proportioned engagement ring. A brilliant European-cut diamond, weighing .85 carat, blazes front and center in a pristine mounting desig...(more)
This is probably the very first gent's ring we've encountered that features an antique rose-cut diamond - and a bright and impressive one at that. The foil-backed one-carat-plus stone flashes with geodesically arranged facets from atop a smartly sculpted, two-tone (rose and white) gold mounting craf...(more)
A gleaming, golden Excalibur, measuring just over 2 1/2 inches long and sparkling to the hilt with old mine and rose-cut diamonds. Unsheathe your inner King Arthur! Victorian, circa 1880.
From Victorian England, a romantic pair of gleaming, golden sweethearts, crowned with sinuous stems and leaves and each centered with a lustrous natural half-pearl, rub shoulders as they dangle from a decorative seed pearl-set bail. Somewhere in time, one tiny seed pearl was replaced with a glass pe...(more)
A lovely 1930s vintage Art Deco bracelet, sans diamonds, crafted in white gold over yellow gold - testing 15 karat, thus perhaps of British origin. Each ornately engraved section is pierced with an open navette-shape motif. 6 3/4 inches long by 3/16 inch wide.