This ring is 18K yellow gold and weighs 9.6 dwt or 14.9 g. The abstract design of circles and ovals looks like amoebas, with random insets of diamonds in some of the shapes, for a total of appx. 2 cts. The design goes all the way around the band which is 5/8" wide in front, 3/8" wide in back. The band is 1/8" thick in gauge. It is about a size 7-1/2 to 7-3/4, but due to the width of the band, the wearer should allow an extra 1/4 to 1/2 in size. There is a clever device on the inside, an adjustable spring in white gold, which allows the wearer to tighten the band on cold days when fingers are not swollen. The spring cannot be seen from the outside when the ring is worn. There is a lozenge impressed inside that reads 750, for 18K, and another mark with a style number, but no maker's mark. This is a high quality piece that dates to about the 1990's, and the condition is excellent.
This is an authentic Cartier droopy panther pendant in 18K yellow gold with pave diamonds on one side of the bail and diamond eyes. The body of the panther has faceted planes to reflect the light. The marks are inside the bail: Cartier in script, 750, 169595, the model number. This is the large size pendant, which has been discontinued: 2 in or 5 cm high not including bail, 1.2 in or 3.1 cm wide, total weight 21.2 dwt or 32.9 g. The pendant dates to about the 1990's and is not being made in this large size any longer. The condition is excellent.
This is a yellow gold Liberty Dime dated 1996 on the face, set in a frame which is marked 14K inside the shank. The coin may be a gold replica. The frame around the coin has a bamboo design. The top of the ring is 1.9 cm or 3/4" in diameter, including the frame. The total weight of the ring is 10.7 g or 6.9 dwt. The ring is a size 7-1/2 and could easily be sized up or down. It is suitable for a woman or a man. Both the coin and the setting are in excellent, crisp condition.
Anita S. Taub
These large sterling earrings are about 1-1/2" in diameter and weigh 25.4 dwt or 38.8 g. They are marked on the back John Iversen in script, Sterling, and there is a simple clip. The asymmetrical roundish top has subtle line texturing. Iversen is still alive, and, I believe that he lives in New York. The earrings date to about the 1980's, and the condition is excellent. I will leave the question of polishing to the buyer.
Anita S. Taub
These large Mexican sterling clip earrings are 1-1/4" square with rounded corners. The tops are slightly domed and have a raised pattern somewhat like convex bricks. The earrings are marked on the back TJ-8H or -8H, Mexico 925. They weigh 13 dwt or 20.3 g and date to about the 1980's. The condition is excellent, and I will polish them if the purchaser desires.