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Even if your name isn't Mary you can still have this little lamb, her fleece as yellow as gold. 14K with black enameled hooves and eyes. 1 1/2 by 1 1/8 inches.
A lustrous trio of natural pearls shimmers almost solo from this exquisite Edwardian-era ring (circa 1900), lovingly crafted in platinum and delicately ornamented with fanciful filigree work and teeny-tiny diamonds glittering on the leaf-motif shoulders and in-between the pearls. A truly rare and ra...(more)
Few come sweeter than this ultra-charming La Belle Époque jewel, delicately handcrafted in platinum over 18K gold - circa 1900. A single bright and lustrous natural button pearl with iridescent highlights glistens from a gracefully designed openwork centerpiece twinkling with tiny old mine-cut dia...(more)
This dynamic and distinctive Art Deco engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1930s - features a bright-white and lively transitional European-cut diamond weighing one carat. The beautiful diamond radiates between U-shape diamond-set epaulets followed by a twinkling strap motif atop the ring sh...(more)
From Jugendstil Helsinki comes this charming and graceful solitaire ring, with a bright and glittering .18 carat mine-cut diamond in a sculpted buttercup setting. Beautifully handcrafted in rosy-yellow 18 karat gold, in a finger size 5 1/2. A wonderful rarity with Helsinki hallmarks and date mark.
This early and intriguing antique ring, most likely from Georgian England and bearing a French import mark, glows front and center with a bright-blue foil-backed sapphire flanked left and right with a sparkling antique cushion-cut diamond, the pair weighing .80 carats. Due to its traditional and tim...(more)
A glittering array of small round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling two carats, snuggle up close together to create this sparkling, lightly puffed heart crafted in two-tone gold. This romantic estate jewel can also be worn as a pendant. 7/8 inch.
Just in case someone you know is expecting to be gifted with a pony, here she is, all dolled up and ready to show, complete with a big old bow tied to her tail (that actually swishes). This golden pony, in a rather whimsical pose, peers over her shoulder with bright ruby-red eyes.
Nothing is merrier than a terrier, as this splendid pin makes clear. Substantial and superbly handcrafted, the wiry coat of this little charmer is in fact 18k gold wire, accented with onyx eyes and nose. As cute as can be at 7/8 inch.
By way of late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century Great Britain comes this classic 'carved' ring, rendered in gleaming 18K yellow gold and featuring a multi-chromatic trio of glowing opals. The colorful gemstones are punctuated by two vertical trios of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds, and graceful s...(more)
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century, circa 1900, comes this breathtakingly feminine lavalier necklace. This precious piece features a 3.25 carat pastel-blue cushion-cut aquamarine sparkling at the center of an elegant arabesque motif, accented with glittering rose-cut diamonds and shimmering pear...(more)
Elegant and artful simplicity is embodied in this bright and beautiful diamond engagement ring dating back to the 1930s. A splendid and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing 1.28 carats, shines solo from within a minimal, yet thoroughly engraved, platinum solitaire setting. Sleekly sculpted trefo...(more)