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We don't come across very many vintage solitaire style engagement rings in two-tone gold, and this one featuring a bright white and shining .45 carat emerald-cut diamond is a beauty. The sparkling stone is presented in classic style between a pair of straight baguette diamonds with a small old mine-...(more)
An opulent and exemplary original Art Deco bracelet from the 1930s. Each of the nine graduated platinum links radiates with a cluster of four extra-bright and richly saturated natural unheated Burmese rubies - totaling 20.00 carats. The rubies glisten and glow from within blazing cornucopias of bagu...(more)
Although this Art Deco, platinum ring was originally intended to be worn for special evening events in the Jazz Age, it will make a perfect engagement ring for the contemporary woman with a present day appreciation for fine Art Deco jewels. The ring features a bright-white and sparkling European-cut...(more)
This golden-coated Irish Setter is Best of Breed! He measures 1 1/2 inches by 1 inch.
Add an extra dash of sparkle to your vintage engagement ring with this very rare, original and highly coveted fitted Art Deco wedding band, crafted in platinum and glittering with tiny single-cut diamonds. An embossed herringbone pattern adorns the top half of the size 5 1/2 ring shank. Circa 1920-3...(more)
Win, place and show with this sparkling trifecta of old mine-cut diamonds, each of which is set in a platinum bezel, vertically arrayed atop a die-struck platinum mounting crisply detailed with classic Art Deco geometric filigree work. A dazzling and highly distinctive Jazz Age jewel - circa 1920s. ...(more)
A time-honored favorite, this classic platinum engagement ring, dating from the mid-twentieth century, features a bright and sparkling round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat. The beautiful stone is secured by four finely fashioned trefoil prongs and is accompanied east and west by pairs of ...(more)
A darling, delicate and demure Depression-era drop centering on a radiant carved quartz crystal, dotted with a small diamond and framed in gleaming white gold filigree. The pendant measures 1 1/8 inches long (with matching loop) by 1/2 inch; the original chain measures 15 inches.
A unique and captivating creation, circa late-1800s, centering on a 1 and 1/4 inch wide flower blossom composed of five distinct rows of petals, each hand carved from bright orangy-salmon colored coral and supported in the back by a golden concave disc. The enchanting centerpiece centers a triple sw...(more)
A perfect, understated, vintage wedding band, crafted in platinum and featuring a half-dozen sparkling, single-cut, bead-set diamonds. The ring is hand fabricated and engraved with a series of stylized "suns" all around the band. (Sunshine on your finger!) Original period wedding bands are some of o...(more)
The queen of the jungle, expertly sculpted and hand detailed in three dimensions, with glowing ruby eyes and bared fangs, tops this fiercely dramatic stickpin dating back to the turn-of-the-twentieth century. She measure 1/2 inch wide, the pin is just under 3 inches.
This ring is an unusual, yet exquisite example of Art Deco artistry.
The ring itself is rendered as a stylized bouquet of spring flowers, including tulips and orange blossoms (a traditional symbol of love) leading to a milgrained lattice, crowned with a double-hexagonal frame encasing a scintillatin...(more)