Delicately swirled engraving is on the front of this sterling silver Victorian memo pad. The initials “R.M.A.” are engraved in the center of the front. It has a plain back and measures 2 1/4" tall, 1 5/8” wide and 3/8” deep. Circa: 1870.
Formerly a ring, this lovely 14K yellow gold, ruby and pearl piece has been converted into a lovely pendant. With a three dimensional wave/ribbon pattern realized in gold, the rubies literally ride the wave while the 7.5mm pearl sits calmly in the center. The vintage pendant measures 1” tall and 3/4" wide. Circa: 1945.
This sparkling designer estate ring has a .23 carat diamond in the center and twenty other diamonds surrounding it. All together, there are approximately .75 carats total weight of diamonds in the ring. The diamonds appear to be mine cut. Circa: 1940. Size: 3 1/2. We can resize.
This white gold filled antique art deco finger vanity has wonderful engine turning and a delicate design. It was meant to be worn on a chatelaine. There are small blue and yellow flowers on the front. It has original powder and rouge. It measures 2” in diameter and 1/2" deep. There is a 2 1/2" chain attached. Circa: 1920.
A flowing free form retro-modern design is the highlight of this diamond and ruby 14K red gold estate ring. A single diamond is counterbalanced by five rubies. Circa: 1950. Size: 4 1/2. We can resize.
This antique style 14K white gold wedding band has a four leaf clover design. There are .29 carats total weight of diamonds set in the ring. Size: 7. We can slightly resize.
This beautiful antique style wedding band has a delicate fleur-de-lis pattern set with diamonds. There are approximately .20 carats total weight of diamonds in the 14K white gold ring. Size: 7. We can slightly re-size.
An ornately engraved “M” is surrounded by appliqué tri-colored leaf work on the top of this graceful gold filled antique Victorian powder finger chatelaine. There is a mirror inside. Circa: 1880.
This antique art nouveau chatelaine has lovely matched pieces. An angel crowns the chatelaine along with flowing scrollwork. The powder and scent bottle are crafted out of sterling silver with black emaux peints French enamel. There is a hook for a purse as well. Circa: 1910
Meant to be worn on a chain or chatelaine, this antique sterling silver emery has an entwined scroll design. Since needles were precious, ladies would use an emery to sharpen their needles in order to give them longer life. Sewing was a big part of their lives. It measures 3 3/8” tall, 3/4" wide and 1/8” deep and is hallmarked. Circa: 1880.
An ivory tableau, intricately carved in relief, is surrounded by solid brass worked in a fan shaped pattern. The brass is pierced open work. The one-of-a-kind piece measures 2 1/2" wide, 3/8” deep and 3 1/4" tall including the bail. Design by Marlene Harris.
This 14K yellow gold estate ring has an interesting design. Not centered over the band, the sapphires and diamonds are offset from center projecting over one side of the band. There is a .94 carat sapphire as the focus of the ring, but fourteen round and 16 baguette diamonds add elegance to the gentle curves of the mounting. There are approximately 1.02 carats total weight of diamonds. Circa: 1980. Size: 6 1/2. We can resize.