Antique 18k solid yellow gold natural oxblood red cabochon coral hat or tie stick pin. This stunning antique, Etruscan stick pin measures just over 2 7/8" long, the top with untreated blood red coral measuring 5/8" x 3/8", oxblood coral cabochon is 10.18 mm x 7.46 mm. This antique treasure weighs 3.2 grams. It is in excellent condition.
Stunning, Art Deco, vermeil sterling silver and genuine, undyed dark red coral bracelet. 3/4" wide. Clasp is marked 925 and safety 14k. The tongue is marked 2130 AP Steel Italy. Condition of this beautiful bracelet is excellent. Weight is 18 grams.
Elegant pair of vintage cufflinks, composed of 14k yellow gold and natural untreated dark salmon color coral. They measure 16mm x 16mm. Weight is 12.7 grams. Condition is very good.
14k solid yellow gold natural oxblood red cabochon coral hat or tie stick pin.
This stunning vintage possibly antique stick pin measures just over 2 inches long with the center untreated blood red coral measuring 9.2 mm x 11.6 mm. The actual stick pin is not perfectly straight however works and functions perfectly. This treasure weighs 1.7 grams. Coral is in excellent condition.
Incredible, circa 1950s, 18k yellow gold and dark red coral ring. The 18k yellow gold has a slight rose gold tint, which beautifully complements the natural un-dyed oxblood red coral cabochon. This ring, which features a cage setting, is truly stunning from every angle. It is currently a size 7, top measure 19.62mm x 14.7mm, red coral cabochon is 15.91mm long x 11.42mm wide. Weight of this elegant ring is 6.1 grams. Condition is perfect. Gold is marked 18k.
Lovely, highly collectible 14k yellow gold and genuine Mediterranean red, oxblood coral ring. Top of this size 7 ring measure 7/8" x 5/8". Natural, undyed red coral is 16.84mm long x 9.36mm wide. Gold is marked 14k. Weight is 4.2 grams. Condition is very good.
A fantastic, Machine Age style 14k gold bracelet. It is 6 3/4" long x 1 1/4" wide x almost 1/4" thick. Weight of this fabulous bracelet is 70.6 grams. Condition is very good. Marked Cleo 14k.
Exquisite, very large ring composed of 14k yellow gold, dark salmon color coral and Persian turquoise. Top of this magnificent, size 6.5 ring measure 1 1/8" in diameter. Genuine untreated coral cabochon measure 19.15mm in diameter. Condition of this fabulous ring is excellent. Weight is 17.8 grams.
Beautiful pair of omega style earrings, composed of 14k yellow gold, genuine, untreated oxblood coral and diamonds. These are for pierced ears; 3/4" x 3/4". Earrings consists of approx. 8ctw of red Mediterranean coral and o.20ctw of diamonds. Total weight is 12.4 grams. Condition is excellent.
Wonderful, circa 1960's bangle bracelet, composed of 14k yellow gold and genuine, untreated dark salmon color coral. This modern bracelet measure 2 1/4" x 2" in diameter, front of the bracelet is 3/4" wide. Gold is marked 14k 585. Condition of this elegant coral bracelet is excellent. Weight is 32.5 grams.
This lovely pique pin has been designed with fine inlaid silver and gold forming a pattern on the curved tortoise shell.
it is part of a fine collection and is in excellent condition.
It measures 1 1/4 inches and is pictured with the other two pins offered for sale from this collection.
Fine and uniquely lovely. England or France, circa 1860
This small pique pin is a work of art. The tortoise shell has been carved to form four sides and each has been finely inlaid with birds and flowers, in silver and gold.
It measures 1 inch and is in excellent condition. It is pictured with a grouping of three pique brooch, all offered for sale separately.
France or England, circa 1860
Striking and beautifully detailed is this bold pique pin. It is Victorian, circa 1860 . It is part of a sophisticated collection. I have taken a picture with the three pins now offered for sale, They were worn together and although priced separately, they do make an incredible statement in a grouping.
This particular pin measures 1 1/2 inches. The silver and gold inlay are in excellent condition.
Simply beautiful, and a lost art. England or France, circa 1860
So rare, and from a fine collection, this pique bracelet is extraordinary. Pique is the the term used to define the technique in which silver and gold are inlaid into tortoise shell to form a pattern. The technique was used on objects and spread to jewelry in the 19th century reaching a peak during the 1850's-1880's...
Elegant, estate 14K yellow gold and natural red oxblood coral ring. Top of this size 7 ring measure 20mm x 9mm, Coral cabochon is 17mm long x 7.5mm wide.
weight is 6.4 grams. Condition is excellent.
Gorgeous 14k gold genuine tourmaline carved jade and aquamarine necklace. It is 19" long, 14k gold pendant measure 1 1/4" x 7/8". Carved jade is natural, untreated jade. Faceted tourmaline beads measure 5.25 - 6.25mm in diameter. Condition is excellent. Weight is 30.7 grams.
Fabulous Victorian Pansy Brooch in hand painted enamel on 14K yellow gold. Marked 14K on the safety clasp. No maker's mark, but probably Krementz. Weighs about 0.275 Troy ounces (8.5 gms) total weight. The pearl is about 3mm in diameter. Pansy measures about 1-1/2 inches x 1-1/4 inches. Excellent condition.
Adorable, Art Deco ring, composed of 14k gold genuine undyed oxblood coral cabochon and 4 small sparkly diamonds. Top of this size 6 flower ring measure 17.18mm in diameter, oxblood coral cabochon measure 9.37mm in diameter. Weight is 6.7 grams, this lovely petite ring is hallmarked 18k, however tests as 14k gold. Condition is very good.