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  1. Darling original Victorian dangle earrings, lightly crafted in velvety yellow gold and enlivened with bright turquoise and soft pearl half beads. A trio of tassels dance below. Just over 2 inches long and lovely, they drop down a bit further from the ear wires. Circa 1885. ...
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  2. A lovely tribute to Georgian sentimentality. This silver-topped 16K gold (rather unusual) mourning ring features a shallow foil backed rose colored garnet surrounded with rose-cut, mine -cut and European-cut diamonds. Engraved on the outside of the shank "Mary Fordham-OB-7OCT-1768". Typically these rings were given at the funerals to close friends and/or family members as specified in the will of the deceased. The ring measures 1/2 inch across the crown and 1/16 inch at the back of the shank. A piece of this age should be worn with care and respect as jewels which have survived 250 years are delicate flowers. Currently a size 8 1/2. ...
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  3. Beautiful all alone or to add a little extra zip to your entanglement ring, this distinctive estate band alternates with four round faceted rich royal blue sapphires and pairs of sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds, all set in platinum. And bargain priced! 4 sapphires = .73 carat, 6 diamonds round brilliant-cut diamonds = .45 carat. Currently ring size 6 1/4. ...
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  4. Geometric, floral and foliate design elements artfully blend to create a consummate Art Deco jewel infused with feminine flair. Elegantly designed and die-struck in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, this pristine and precious Jazz Age engagement ring stars a bright and shining European-cut diamond, weighing 1.04 carats, bearing a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: J color - VVS2 clarity. The scintillating stone sparkles atop an intricate mounting appointed with flowing diamond-set flowers on the shoulders, finished all around with neoclassical hand-engraving, delicate milgraining and an embossed upper ring shank. A unique and stunning vintage beauty. Currently ring size 6 1/4. ...
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  5. 4.20 carats of absolutely mesmerizing, bright-white, crisp and clean emerald cut diamond shines at the helm of this classically set ring. This gorgeous center diamond bears a GIA diamond grading report stating a considerably rare E color, combined with an equally lusted after VS1 clarity. A dream diamond. A tapered baguette gleams on each side of the center diamond, completing the classic, sophisticated mid-century look. Hand-fabricated in platinum, and currently a size 5 3/4. Simply stunning. ...
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  6. A glorious and glistening European-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of 4 carats, sparkles mightily from within an elegantly restrained platinum and and diamond setting, newly and expertly hand-fabricated in enduring early-twentieth century style to replace the worn-out original. The gorgeous, bright-white diamond is accompanied with a GIA Diamond Grading Report indicating: I color - VS2 clarity. Most European-cut diamonds of this size and quality have been recut into modern round brilliant diamonds; here we have a rare, 'unimproved' original from the 1930s. Seriously sparkling! ...
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  7. Light-up your lobes! Two substantially sized emerald-cut diamonds, weighing 2.77 and 2.76 carats respectively, dazzle in these gorgeous platinum and baguette diamond earrings. The emerald-cut diamonds are framed with over 4.00 carats of precision-cut calibrated baguette diamonds which mirror the cut-corner rectangular outline giving the illusion of one huge emerald-cut diamond. Absolutely showstoppingly fabulous! ...
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  8. Diamond studded steps lead up to a sparkling white European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of one carat (.97 ct.), in this consummate Art Deco dazzler. The sophisticated geometric design, hand-fabricated in platinum, is accentuated with delicately milgrained edges. Sleek, chic, magnifique. Currently ring size 7. ...
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  9. Enliven your lobes with this bright shining pair of classic diamond ear studs, sparkling respectively with a high-quality .51, and a .49 carat (1.00 carat total) 1920s vintage European-cut diamond. The scintillating stones have been reset into new and sturdy 14K rose gold four-prong settings. ...
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  10. A stunning and distinctive original Art Deco dazzler, hand fabricated in platinum during the peak of the Jazz Age - circa 1925 - featuring a bright white and beautiful antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing 1.01 carats, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: J color - VS2 clarity. The scintillating stone radiates from within a low-profile mounting aglitter on each side with sleek, split, diamond-set shoulders leading to a fully engraved ring shank, finished with a graceful scrolled side gallery. A rare and wonderful, highly sought Art Deco original. Currently ring size 5 1/2. ...
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  11. 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 and center between architectural, diamond-studded shoulders. A beauty in finger size 7. ...
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  12. A gorgeous pink natural conch pearl is nestled in this classic Edwardian halo mounting finely handcrafted platinum over 14 karat white gold, and framed by 1.00 carat of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds. The edges of the scalloped border and the center bezel setting are accentuated with fine hand-engraved milgraining. Conch pearls are a very rare natural pearl from the Queen Conch and exhibit a characteristic flame structure on the surface of the gem. This gorgeous specimen is a very pretty bright pretty pink 'angel skin' color. Viennese hallmarks (a rare pedigree). Currently ring size 5. ...
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  13. Splendid multi-dimensional sculpting and exquisite texture and detailing distinguish these rare early-Victorian (circa 1865) drop earrings set with glistening, diamond-like faceted pear-shaped rock crystal quartz (totally original to the earrings and a rarity). Beautifully and multidimesionally sculpted in 14k yellow gold, they measure 1 3/4 inches long by 1/2 inch wide. ...
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  14. Genuine Jazz Age Jewels! Over 2 inches long, lithe, stunning and sexy, these original Art Deco ear drops - circa 1925 - feature a pair of glossy jet black, slender pendaloques, carved from black onyx, which swing and sway from articulated platinum and diamond tops for a chic and sophisticated style and effect. ...
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  15. Over 2 carats of bright white rose-cut diamonds, arrayed over a gently curved barrette, cast a romantic glitter from within darkened silver settings (over rose gold), in this rare and ravishing hair adornment dating back to middle of the nineteenth century. Just shy of 1 1/2 by 3/4 inch. ...
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  16. This sleek and impressive gent's ring features a slightly elongated oval jade with a bright and translucent spring-green color. The jade is flush set in an artfully sculpted, streamlined 18 karat white gold mounting with a shimmering brushed satin finish; both sides of the ring are enlivened with a long and slender straight baguette diamond. The jade is accompanied with a gemological laboratory report stating: Natural Color and No Indications of Enhancement - country of origin Burma. This superb and striking mid-twentieth century estate gent's ring measures 3/4 inch long, in a finger size 7 1/2. ...
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  17. From the heart of the Art Deco period, circa 1925, comes this consummate, neoclassically inspired, solitaire engagement ring, expertly die-struck and hand finished in platinum. The star of the show, however, is a gorgeous, bright-white and lively transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .78 carat, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report, stating: H color - VS1 clarity. If you look closely, four tiny round diamonds enliven the tapered shoulders. Refined and radiant, pristine and precious vintage perfection. Currently ring size 6 3/4. ...
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  18. A fanciful free-form swirl is packed with 2.15 carats of glittering white diamonds in this wonderful, one-of-a-kind cocktail (or right hand) ring, dating back to the middle of the last century. Crafted in bright white gold, currently ring size 5. ...
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  19. An original and highly distinctive Art Deco dazzler, hand-fabricated in platinum, circa 1925. This exceptional and absolutely breathtaking Jazz Age jewel features a central bezel-set European-cut diamond, weighing .60 carat, embellished all around with delicate hand piercing; millegrain and decorative engraving; and 10 small glittering round diamonds. As a finishing flourish, the top of the ring shank is masterfully hand-engraved with a classic acanthus leaf motif. Superlative and stunning! Currently ring size 5 1/4+. ...
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  20. A lovely Victorian (circa 1885) bangle, sturdily rendered in gleaming two-tone (yellow and rose) 9K gold and masterfully hand engraved, featuring the time-honored buckle motif which originates from the British Order of the Garter. This comes courtesy of Antique Jewelry University (AJU):

    A popular motif for bracelets, rings and brooches throughout the Georgian and Victorian era paid homage to the Order of the Garter. Styled after the garters worn by the prestigious recipients of this oldest of British chivalry awards, the motif appeared as the surround for brooches and as central design elements for rings and bracelets. Buckles were prominently featured as a result of their functional as well as decorative role in jewelry design.

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  21. An enchanting, regal royal blue, emerald-cut sapphire, weighing 5.50 carats, unusually fashioned with slightly flared sides, is majestically presented in this sleek and sexy Art Deco inspired platinum and diamond lavaliere necklace. The natural colored, Burmese sapphire (accompanied with an AGL Gemstone Report) presents significantly larger (about 7-8 carats) than its actual weight, and is embraced on four sides, and suspends from a slender row of, French-cut baguette diamonds. The pendant measure 1 and 3/4 inches. ...
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  22. A bright vibrant rich green emerald-cut emerald, weighing just over a one-and-a-half-carats and which looks much greener, brighter and prettier in person than our highly magnified photo suggests. You'll be pleasantly surprised! - The photo on the hand is a more accurate representation of the depth of color. The 1.51 carat gemstone radiates between a matched pair of sparkling white round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling .38 carats, in this traditional classic late-20th century vintage three-stone ring. Crafted in 18K yellow gold. Currently ring size 5 3/4. ...
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  23. Something different, distinctive and bright and beautiful by way of early-20th century Great Britain. Crafted in gleaming 15ct. yellow gold, the stylized nautical links of the jingly-jangly bracelet are adorned with a foliate design colored in vibrant green guilloche enamel, and alternate with small lustrous collet-set pearls. A matching pearl-centered round locket charm dangles near the clasp. A rare delight.

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  24. Sleek Art Deco suavity meets traditional simplicity in this subtle, yet effective, variation on a classic engagement ring. Hand-fabricated in platinum, circa 1930, the central 1.29 carat transitional European-cut diamond sparkles spectacularly between pairs of straight baguette diamonds, set side-by-side in architecturally styled settings. The scintillating stone is accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: I color - SI2 clarity (mainly based on a white inclusion located off to the side of the table). Timeless! Currently ring size 5 1/2. ...
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  25. Dating back to the-turn-of-the-century and rendered in contrasting two-tone rose and yellow gold, anyway you shake it these these tassels will make it! Just over 1 1/2 inches long. ...
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