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Adorn your kilt to the hilt with this 4 1/4-inch long and lovely, 19th-century sword-motif pin by way of the bonnie Scottish Highlands. Handcrafted and hand-engraved in silver, deep teal-green jasper contrasts with sienna-hued jasper for a striking effect.
This unique and unusual, sizable (almost 2 by 1 1/2 inches) and distinctively beautiful locket was made using a long-lost process called Niello, which lends a darkened, gun metal type finish to silver jewelry and objet d'art. The oval is centered with an inlaid flower basket rendered in brightly con...(more)
A sweet and lovely quasi-Victorian/Art Deco style dinner ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in two-tone (yellow and white) 14K gold, and glinting in the center at at the tips with tiny single-cut diamonds. Circa 1930s-40s, 3/4 inch, currently ring size 6.
Something very special for aquamarine lovers. 24 large-scale, cool, pastel-blue, fully faceted aquamarine beads, or briolettes (totaling about 350 carats!) gently graduate in size to create this stunning and highly unusual necklace. The seven largest beads are punctuated with diamond-set roundels an...(more)
A lovely Victorian (circa 1885) bangle, sturdily rendered in gleaming two-tone (yellow and rose) 9K gold and masterfully hand engraved, featuring the time-honored buckle motif which originates from the British Order of the Garter.
This comes courtesy of Antique Jewelry University (AJU):
1 and 1/2 inch long and lovely, this striking and distinctive 1930s-40s vintage dinner ring showcases a moss green jade handcarved in the form of a bird with fanciful flowing feathers. Simply presented in 14 karat yellow gold with a scrolled undergallery. Currently ring size 6.
The jade is accompani...(more)
Small-scale lockets don't come any more charming than this French-made, 19th-century jewel. Superbly hand-fabricated in matte textured and repousse 18 karat yellow gold, this lovely keepsake is centered with a pearl and rose-cut diamond rosette and is crowned with a classic bow. Pristine and preciou...(more)
From the first or second decade of the last century comes this classic Edwardian treasure, expertly handcrafted in platinum, featuring a rich royal-blue, faceted oval sapphire, weighing 3.80 carats, bearing a certificate from the Swiss Gemological Institute stating: No indications of heating. Origin...(more)
Artistically designed and crafted in glorious black & white by the highly distinctive and desirable jeweler - Marsh and Co., of early-to-mid-century San Francisco, a pair of lovely, foliate-inspired, earclips crafted in Marsh's signature blackened gun metal and 14 karat white gold. A pair of lu...(more)
Circa 1890, this delightful foliate inspired design, sturdily yet lovingly rendered in 14 karat yellow gold, gleams with numerous natural seed pearls arrayed over a gently curved brooch measuring 1 7/8 inches. Consummate Victoriana.
A pair of bright lime-green peridots glisten and glow from within and below this lovely Victorian pendant necklace, crafted in 12 karat rosy-yellow gold and further enlivened by five tiny diamond twinklers. The multidimensional design is reminiscent of a ruffled Elizabethan collar. Circa 1885. 2 1/2...(more)
Designed and rendered in the classical manner, a graduated line of 108 bright-white and scintillating, round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling 11 carats, form a continuous flash of high-intensity sparkle around your neckline. A basic and very versatile adornment crafted in gleaming 18 karat white gol...(more)