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Five golden nymphs with long flowing tresses support as many shimmering baroque freshwater pearls, along with three pearl separators and a tiny hair ornament in the center, in this lovely Art Nouveau necklace - circa 1910. 14 1/2 inch choker length.
A shiny spinach green jadeite cabochon (for some reason not quite as nice as it looks in our photo with the directed lighting), is closely guarded left and right by a pair of fierce Chinese dragons, each bearing a tiny twinkling diamond in its jaws. The artful repousse style details continue all aro...(more)
Circa 1800. A gorgeous and glistening, darkly romantic necklace aglow with 33 foil-backed, deep raspberry-hued garnets set in 9K rosy-yellow gold collets, hence very likely of British origin. A classic. 15 1/4 inches long and lovely.
From the rip-roaring 1920s comes this stunning architecturally inspired jewel, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold and featuring a bright and brilliant European-cut diamond, weighing .80 carat. The stepped shoulders each twinkle with a trio of small single-cut diamonds tapering d...(more)
Crisp architectural lines distinguishes this original Art Deco dazzler featuring a sparkling half-carat European-cut diamond. The diamond is secured by four corner prongs and shines loud and proud between a pair of shield-set diamonds that lead to graduated open circles for a distinctive and sophist...(more)
Sophisticated simplicity marks this placid pastel-blue aquamarine ring of just over twenty carats. The entrancing gemstone is presented in an architecturally inspired Retro mounting, artfully designed and executed in 14 gleaming karat yellow gold with cascading, sectional tubing adorning the should...(more)
A sleekly streamlined, traditional platinum and diamond engagement ring - circa 1930 - featuring a gorgeous European-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of one-and-a-half-carats. The scintillating stone sizzles between a pair of slender straight baguette diamonds leading to a softly knife-ed...(more)
A beautiful, bright-white and brilliant, bezel-set European-cut diamond, weighing just over half-a-carat, is the crowning glory of this gorgeous Art Deco dome ring dating from the 1920s. Four tiny round diamonds glitter amidst decorative geometric and scroll piercing embellished with artful hand eng...(more)
This sleekly tailored platinum engagement ring shines front and center with a bright and dazzling European-cut diamond weighing one-and-a-third carats and securely held by four trefoil prongs. The radiant rock is classically presented between angled diamond-set shoulders leading to a crisp knife-edg...(more)
A light, lacy and ultra-lovely early-Art Deco engagement ring, finely hand crafted in platinum - circa 1920s - beams with a bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 1.02 carats, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating I color - VS1 clarity. The center stone sizzles from within a bezel...(more)
A substantial and regal 1 inch wide bracelet comprised of twelve decoratively pierced and engraved plaques, crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold centered with bright deep apple green cabochons that are not jade, but are dead ringers for the real thing (we were fooled (at first!)). With French hallm...(more)
Once upon a time, during the 1920s, this splendid Art Deco pendant necklace contained a timepiece which, unfortunately, disappeared sometime during the past 90 or so years. However, the glorious jewel remains perfectly intact and in pristine condition, with the crown (winder) magically (invisibly) r...(more)