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During WWII our armed forces required platinum for strategic purposes and substituted palladium (a more peaceful precious metal) for jewelry production. Thus, we can confidently date this classic late-Art Deco engagement ring to the early-1940s. A bright and lively three-quarter carat old mine-cut d...(more)
Mediterranean coral does not come any redder than this amazing thirty-six inch long necklace composed of no less than 102 tonneau-shape beads. This fabulous and festive necklace, probably from Sardinia ('the Coral Riviera') may be worn full length or doubled. The beads graduate in size from a...(more)
A lavish, deeply saturated royal-blue oval sapphire, weighing 4.05 carats, is horizontally seated in a stunning, modernly made platinum mounting sprinkled with tiny sparkling full-cut diamonds and adorned with classic Art Deco design motifs, including a scrolled wirework gallery. Note the decorative...(more)
This splendid and whimsical vintage bracelet, featuring five reverse quartz crystal hand-painted intaglios, tells a cheerful tale of a sporting life. Portraits of a bridled horse, a hound, a terrier, a salmon and a bass, alternate respectively with a stirrup, horseshoe, crossed dog bones, a fish net...(more)
A sublime, high-caliber, square emerald-cut - or Asscher-cut - diamond, bearing a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: H color VVS1 clarity, shines solo from an authentic platinum Art Deco solitaire mounting - circa 1920s-30s - adorned on each shoulder with classic hand-engraved wheat motif. Understa...(more)
A rare, wonderful and eminently wearable, original Art Deco diamond necklace, handcrafted in platinum - circa 1920s - and beaming with 12.75 carats of bright-white and beautiful old mine and European-cut diamonds. The five main center stones, each set in finely milgrained collets with gracefu...(more)
Sublime and scintillatingly sexy, this original Art Deco negligee necklace, circa 1930s, beams with a matched pair of GIA-certified European-cut diamonds: 3.18 carat - I color VVS1 clarity, and 3.38 carat J color VS2 clarity. The sizzling diamonds suspend asymmetrically from long slender baguettes ...(more)
This fabulous early-Art Deco style engagement ring, beaming with a glorious (1920s vintage) 2.42 carat antique cushion-cut diamond, was handcrafted in platinum by one of our finest jewelers to replace the original (worn beyond salvation) mounting. The gracefully fashioned ring makes artful use of cl...(more)
This thoroughly darling original Art Deco engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1930s - displays consummate and sophisticated Art Deco geometry which flourished during the much-heralded, bygone design period. A high-quality .20 carat European-cut diamond glistens front an...(more)
A colorful, striking and highly distinctive pair of early French Art Deco double-sided cufflinks - circa 1920 - superbly crafted in 18 karat gold and platinum. These rare and refined cufflinks feature plaques of deep vermillion Mediterranean coral accented on two sides by slivers of twinkling rose-c...(more)
An original Art Deco engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, and accented with mirror-image flares of calibre sapphires, sparkles front and center with a much newer, modern round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .68 carats, for maximum sparkle.
Unfortunately, due t...(more)
A scintillating sextette single-cut diamonds to glitter across your finger and snuggle up close to your vintage engagement ring. Crafted in platinum - circa 1940s-50s.