This striking jewel tests as at least 14k. It is set with what we believe is an iolite, and 4 pear-shaped purple garnets, all foiled, all set within an Etruscan Revival motif of coiling decorated gold ropes and leaves. It is graced with two gold dangling chains. The brooch measures 1-1/2 x 1-1/2 x 3/4" deep and weighs 8.7g. With the chains, the whole piece measure 2-1/2” long. The pin stem assembly appears to be all original...
Rare Georgian Ring!
We are pleased of having this ring in our actual collection
A rare Georgian dating back to 1790 ca!
Unusual mounting all made of solid 18 KT rose gold – unmarked
Ring comes to us all intact and excellent condition
Exquisitely decorate d mounting as for the taste of the period : some delightful flower pattern adorning the sides – a large target base at the centre point with raised prong work holding the magnificent massive rough Diamond set as solitaire!
We are pleased to be offering this rare and marvelous example of genuine Georgian Diamond solitaire ring - a completely original NOT a copy
Ring steps back to 1780 ca it boasts the magnificent Georgian workmanship superbly hand crafted of solid 16 kt gold topped by silver
I trust this one to be an extremely exquisite example for construction and highest quality of the centre Rose cut Diamond which is OUTSTANDING in presence, trust one of the best ever seen!
The ring face...
These are Fantastic!
Genuine pair of Georgian drop earrings
European origin bearing hallmarks from the Georgian period plus French import marks of later period
These step back into history!
Early jewellery is highly desirable and collectable
Here we have a darling pair boasting the glorious Georgian workmanship of 18 KT solid rose gold & silver as used during the time
They are topped by a large Diamond which is one single Rose cut Diamond close back looking dark in the photos d...
This wonderful Georgian ring could have been worn by one of Jane Austen’s more well-to-do characters! It features a rose-cut diamond (pointed top instead of flat), set in 14K gold with decorations in black enamel on the shank, which are still in excellent condition. Diamond is the birthstone for April. The ring is approximately a size 5. It isn’t possible to estimate the weight of set rose cut diamonds; it is in the I range for clarity – normal for its era...
9ct Rose Gold Edwardian Necklace set with 6 oval facetted Garnets and 8 small round Garnet separators. Figaro link chain measures 37cm long. This item is unique and once sold cannot be replaced. Excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Georgian jewelry is very scarce in trade and high in demand
This special pair in particular are very wearable and enjoyable for life
They step back into history, exciting to wear real privilege to have in own jewelry collection
Hallmarked at the back of the main drop as visible through photos
They are from 1790/1800
Most of the Georgian is silver or silver with very little gold these stunning pair of earrings have been crafted of solid 15 KT rose gold
This is beautiful!
Here is a rarity of a ring all original antique from the Georgian period Austrian origin Diamond trilogy ring bearing hallmarks
Glorious workmanship - distinctive Trilogy design all hand crafted during 1790 ca of solid 16 KT solid gold and silver portions for Diamond housing
This type of ring is very scarce and highly sought after usually highly expensive we are offering it at a deal price so don't miss if you are for this type of jewelry
The lovely done mounting h...
Elegant Edwardian white gold bar brooch with old mine cut diamond.
Period: ca. 1920
Condition: excellent condition
Material: 14K white gold
Technique: Diamonds: One old brilliant cut diamond with an estimated weight of approx. 0.15 crt...
STOP PRESS: FRESH IN FROM OUR BUYING TRIP~! Gorgeous 9ct Gold Moonstone Brooch set with 2 round Turquoise and 4 gold tulips in a pleasing Art Nouveau design. Murrle, Bennett & Co (1886-1914) were an Anglo-German design company based in Pforzheim, Germany. They produced pieces for Liberty of London. This brooch is unique and once sold cannot be replaced. Excellent condition. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
A lovely large-size enameled 14K gold Art Nouveau flower pin/pendant. The petals are finely decorated with shaded enamels in tones of periwinkle, violet, cream and dark rose. The sculptural petals surround a round brilliant-cut diamond, graded as I/J, VVS2. The back of the pin retains the original clasp, pinstem and folding bail so it can be worn as a pendant. The back is marked “14K” and also has an unidentified maker’s mark.
Origin: America, ca...
I could search for twenty years and not find the beauty of the paste stones found in these earrings. They are French, circa 1820 and are set in foil back, hand crimped cushion cut earrings. The stones are set in silver, and the backs are 18 karat gold. New 14 karat gold shepherd hook ear wires were added to convert the elements to earrings. These were found in Paris and were made from an amazing partial reviere. Five pairs were created from the necklace. Two have already been sold ...
This beautiful 14k (tested) rose gold brooch has a floral and crescent moon motif (the crescent moon is the symbol for intuition and new beginnings), accented by 10 rose cut diamonds in closed-back settings. The diamonds sparkle nicely. It has 2 makers marks: an oak leaf in an oval, and the letters “JR”, and possibly another that is illegible; no hallmarks. It measures 1-1/2 x ¾”. The shaft connecting the flower to the backing has been repaired...
This lovely (unmarked but tested) 10kt gold jewel is from the early 1800s (around Jane Austen's time), when cannetille work was the vogue: very fine gold wires twisted into thin ropes and then formed into rosettes and whatnot. The amethyst is a lovely delicate shade, and weighs approximately 2.5 carats – it’s very deep. Amethysts are said to bring calm, help banish headaches, and protect against drunkenness. The bale is decorated very prettily...
This wonderful French gold pocket watch key, is circa 1830. It is refined and beautifully finished, as expected of French craftsmanship. Original designed to wind a watch, it can now be enjoyed as a charm worn alone on a neck chain, or joined with other hearts and charms.
It measures 1 inch long X 3/8ths across the top. It has French guarantee stamps on the ring and weighs 1.1 grams.
It has a rich gold patina and is in excellent, original condition.
France, circa 1840
These are remarkable, Georgian 18 karat gold and glass pearl earrings, circa 1820...
This fine French enamel necklace is rare and truly a work of art. It is designed as double sided enamel pendant and is circa 1820. Inscribed "Gage D'Amitie" or a pledge of friendship, loyalty and love, it is a form of folk art, The pendant would have been a special commission made by an aristocrat who could afford the finest jewelers and artisans. It must have been become the finest sentimental gift presented to a loved one.
The design epitomizes the symbolism of loyalty, a dog idy...
These beautiful earrings are Georgian, set with mellow colored faceted topaz. Topaz, a precious stone, was very rare and reserved for the finest of jewels. This oval, faceted topaz is set in 15 karat gold foil back, hand crimped bezels. The use of foil during this period of time was commonly used, as stones were closed back and the foil was a clever way to add brilliance and a distinctive hue.
These earrings were once part of a reviere, and now with the addition of 14 karat gold wires a...