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From pre-Soviet and pre-'democratic' Russia comes this extra-long [sixty-nine-and-a-half inch] chain comprised of fancy four-ring links. Wear it doubled, tripled or quadrupled! At full length it works perfectly well as a leash for your pampered pooch. Crafted in 14 karat gold, Imperial Russian hallm...(more)
A lustrous lunar gemstone, orbited by sparkling old mine-cut diamonds (totaling 2.75 carats), gives off a galactic glow in this shining and celestial jewel dating back to the second half of the nineteenth century. The moonstone and the diamonds are set in platinum over 18K yellow gold. The pendant i...(more)
Put on a happy face! All sitting members of the Seven Japanese Gods of Fortune, a/k/a the Seven Lucky Gods, are duly accounted for in this extra-charming, joyful and colorful bracelet depicting from left to right: Hotei - God of Happiness; Jurojin - God of Long Life; Daikoku - G...(more)
A lovely, traditional Victorian heart locket crafted in rosy-yellow gold, engraved with leaves and flowers and an unfurled ribbon. A perfect romantic and wearable keepsake for photos or a lock of hair (one origin of the word 'locket') Measures 3/4" long by 11/16" wide, suspended from a delicate 19" ...(more)
A glittering frame of deep burgundy faceted garnets surrounds a large, glowing oval cabochon garnet in this very sumptuous Bohemian brooch. Hand-crafted in the gilded base metal typical for the time and place, nineteenth century central Europe. Measures 1 5/8 inches by 1 7/16 inches.
We see quite a lot of jewelry here at Lang Antiques, and yet we can't recall coming across anything quite like this striking, fanciful and substantial antique bracelet dating from the latter-1800s. An intriguing amalgam of Victorian decorative styles, this piece combines Neo-Gothic tracery (check ou...(more)
Here we have one of the finest and most tastefully ornamented American hunting case pocket watches extant, by the late great Elgin Watch Co., est. 1864 in Chicago as The National Watch Co. before relocating for the next 100 years to Elgin, Illinois. The substantial square hinged case is outlined wit...(more)
A classical beauty with a noble visage and alabaster skin is masterfully depicted in high-relief in this exemplary Victorian hardstone (agate) cameo brooch - circa 1875. Her striking profile is framed in jet black enamel dotted with natural button pearls (one of which was replaced at a later time) b...(more)
A splendidly feminine antique bracelet dating back to the early-to-mid 1800s. Five pale pastel blue foil-backed aquamarines are embraced all around with delicate cannetille gold work to create the centerpiece and clasp of this precious Georgian jewel. The classic double chain brings the total length...(more)
This sleekly styled bracelet from the 1950s, possibly early-60s, shines front and center with a glistening glacier blue aquamarine measuring 27 carats. The bright and lively, almost square, pastel color gemstone nestles between twinkling diamond-set arrow motifs overlaid atop a gleaming golden brace...(more)
Dress up your tresses with this extra charming Victorian hair comb ornately rendered in 22K yellow gold and dotted with diamonds, rubies and sapphires. This baroque beauty is engraved on the reverse: Rachel Tweatman 1888. 4 1/2 inch by 2 1/2 inch.
To keep you from casting adrift, a ship-shape late-nineteenth century Scottish silver and multi-color agate figural brooch in the always sea-worthy anchor motif. A classic and cool collectible for sailors and landlubbers alike. Anchors Aweigh! Measures 2 1/2 inches long by 1 5/8 inches wide.