This vintage Tiffany bracelet in 18K yellow gold is 7" long and 3/8" wide. It weighs 44.3 g. or 28.5 dwt., or 1.4 troy ounces. This bracelet is flexible and has 18 light rubies in the center of the links which have a lot of granulation on the sides. It is marked on the back of the tongue of the clasp. I guarantee that this is a Tiffany bracelet, since my client personally purchased it in a Tiffany store. It dates to about the 1950's, and the condition is excellent.
This pair of 18K yellow gold earrings are in the classic form of knots with three small round turquoise stones in each center. They are about 7/8" in diameter and weigh 11.2 g. or 7.2 dwt. and are marked on the back 18K Italy with a style number. The backs are omega clips, no posts. Posts can easily be added for those who prefer them. The earrings date to about the 1960's, and the condition is excellent.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Italian : Porcelain : Pre 1940 item #1230055 (stock #3540)
Anita S. Taub
This authentic, large vintage Lenci from Torino, Italy is 11-1/2" high, 3.25" x 5.25" at the base. It depicts a beautiful woman wearing a shawl and headdress decorated with birds and deer. Her hands are folded modestly at the bottom. The piece is in excellent condition and dates to about the 1930's, the height of the Art Deco period. These authentic Lenci items are rare.
This band in an antique style is 18K yellow gold with five oval amethysts set in bezels all the way around. It is a little over 1/8" wide and is a size 6-3/4 and cannot be sized. It weighs a substantial 7 g or 4.5 dwt. It dates to about the 1970's, and the condition is excellent.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1224710 (stock #3394)
Anita S. Taub
This elegant porcelain figurine is 11" high. The blue underglaze mark identifies it as Oldest Volkstedt Porcelain Factory. The piece dates to the first half of the 20th century. It depicts a classically dressed female figure in colorful clothing with her arms raised above her head and a turquoise blue scarf lifted aloft to show joy. There are tiny flowers on the base. The figurine is in excellent condition.
This Breitling Professional Chronograph model A78363 has a steel case 44mm wide, 53mm high, 17mm thick. The band is steel with a deployment buckle. The display is analog/LCD digital on black dial with a bidirectional rotating bezel, sapphire glass, SuperQuartz, multi-function time, day/date/ timer, dual time zone, chronograph, alarm, chronometer. It is water resistant to 100 meters. This watch was purchased new in 2012 by the original owner and gently worn. It works great, looks smart and does a lot of tricks. There are slight scratches on the band, otherwise excellent condition. Original retail price was $4325.
This is a model BR01-92-S Airborne II Limited Edition men's watch by Bell & Ross, Switzerland. The movement is mechanical, automatic. It is water resistant to 100 meters. The case is made of coated stainless steel and measures 46 x 46 mm. The dial is in the shape of a skull with sword or dagger hands with a raised bezel outlining the skull and crossbones, which are screwed down with black screws that enhance the design. The crystal is scratch resistant sapphire. The band is black leather with a tang clasp. The watch is numbered 586 of a limited edition of 999. The original retail was $6100-7500, and the watch is so highly sought after that it can sell above retail. This watch was purchased in 2012 and gently worn by the original purchaser. It is in full working order. The original strap has a slight bend where the buckle closed on the strap, otherwise the watch is in excellent condition.
This is a Franck Muller (Geneva, Switzerland) Curvex Crazy Hours Color Dreams wrist watch, model 8880 CHNR in coated stainless steel case which is 55mm high, including lugs, 40mm wide with original black alligator strap. The dial is black guilloche with stylized Arabic numerals in multicolor in jumbled order. The movement is mechanical automatic, self-winding. When the hour changes, the hands jump to the applicable number. There is a scratch resistant sapphire crystal, water resistant to 30 meters. The watch was purchased new in 2012 from a store in New York City and gently worn by the original owner. The watch is in excellent condition. The band has a slight bend where the buckle closes, but this is not serious. I believe that the original retail price on this watch was $26,300. I am offering this watch at a substantial discount.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Time Pieces : Wristwatches : Pre 1980 item #1223462 (stock #3201)
This is a vintage ladies' Rolex Oyster Perpetual in 14K yellow gold and stainless steel. The watch dates to about 1978, when the original owner bought it in Switzerland, where it was manufactured. It has an automatic self-winding mechanical movement and keeps great time. The gold colored dial is attractive, and the 14K gold bezel sets it off nicely. The dial is about 3/4" in diameter. The band has a deployment buckle. The band is somewhat small, for a wrist that is about 5", but additional links are easily available and can be added. The condition is excellent, with a few scratches on the buckle, consistent with age.
This pair of huggie earrings is 18K white gold. They are 9/16" in diameter, a little over 1/2", 1/4" wide. One side is pave diamonds, the other side plain white gold, and either side can be worn toward the front. They weigh a total of 9.4 g or 6 dwt. They are marked Italy 18K on the inside. These are easy to wear everyday or on special occasions. They date to about the 1970's, and the condition is excellent.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1222459 (stock #3394)
Anita S. Taub
This charming porcelain figurine is 10-1/2" tall, including the base. The mark on the bottom is N with a crown and a green line under the N. This is not Capodimonte, it is German. The figure is a dancing woman in flowing robes. She is leaning back and holds her arms above her head with a tambourine in her left hand. She is completely hand painted and dates to approximately the late 19th century. The condition is excellent, although there is a hardly noticeable chip on one of the petals on the yellow rose on the base, to be expected in a piece of this age.
This pair of cuff links is 3/4" in diameter in front with a toggle fitting on the back. The front consists of a disk of 14K yellow gold with engine turning texture in a contrasting frame of onyx. There is another plain gold disk on the back. Both the disk on the back and the toggle are marked 14K. There is also a mark of an X underlined with a bar in a circle, but I have not identified the mark. This design is elegant and simple and could easily be worn by a man or a woman. They date to about the 1970's, and the condition is excellent.