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A highly unusual and striking depression-era (circa 1930s) jewel composed in three layers, from top down: a sparkling round diamond, a green chrysoprase disc and an octagonal quartz crystal with a distinctive Art Deco carving. All of these are comfortably nestled atop a fancy filigree mounting artfu...(more)
A glistening, bright-white, step-cut square diamond, weighing 1.05 carats, dating back to the 1920s-30s and lightly sprinkled with tiny carbon freckles, is comfortably nestled between a pair of glittering diamond-set bows in this uniquely beautiful engagement ring, artfully styled in platinum with b...(more)
A glorious, ultra-high-quality platinum and diamond necklace dating from the early twentieth century - (circa 1915). The five central bright-white European-cut diamonds range from 1.85 carats in the center down to 1.00 carat, for a grand total of 5.25 carats; the remaining diamonds, of equal caliber...(more)
This unusual and very charming vintage pendant necklace, by way of early-20th century England, is crafted in 15K yellow gold and glistens with a colorful quartet of round faceted aquamarines set in collets, centered and orbited by lustrous natural pearls. 3/4 inch across, new 16 inch chain.
A coruscating quintet of bright-white round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling three-quarter carat, flash across your finger in this exceptional mid-twentieth century vintage wedding band, crisply and substantially crafted in two-tone 14K gold. Beautiful all alone or as an accompaniment to your diamon...(more)
A chic and festive ruby bracelet composed of five twisting strands of rich burgundy red ruby beads which are segmented and cinched into seven even bunches by six sparkling diamond rondelles. The beautiful bracelet fastens with a platinum and diamond Art Deco clasp, signed Vieyra.
A stunning and exquisitely detailed beauty - circa 1930 - featuring a bright sparkling white transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .80 carat. The gorgeous stone resides in a four-cornered setting atop an intricately filigreed platinum mounting enlivened on each shoulder with a pair of small r...(more)
An olivine green and burgundy red Alexandrite, weighing 1.02 carats, is presented in timeless Art Deco fashion, between geometric honeycomb-esque style shoulders in this recently made platinum and diamond mounting which also makes for an adventurous and exotic engagement ring. The enchanting gemston...(more)
A sparkling quartet of old mine-cut diamonds harmonize vertically atop a lacy and glittering background of platinum and white diamonds in this early-twentieth century Edwardian jewel. The thoroughly feminine and highly disticntive, if not unique, dinner, or right hand, ring curves snug across the fi...(more)
A bright and sunshiny 1.85 carat transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, virtually flawless and with just a faint tinge of color, sparkles solo from within an artfully fashioned platinum solitaire engagement ring adorned with an elegant French style gallery and decoratively embossed shoulders. Siz...(more)
A sun bright European-cut diamond, weighing 1.27 carats, beams brilliantly, night and day, between a matching pair of marquise diamonds in this subtle variation on a traditional engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum. An EGL diamond grading report states the color of the stone as J/K, whereas ...(more)
The crowning glory of this pristine Art Deco sparkler, dating from the 1920s-30s, is a bright sparkling white European-cut diamond, weighing .68 carat accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: G color - SI2; however, the overly harsh clarity grading is based on a colorless imperfection po...(more)