Very unusual beautiful bracelet in sterling with small prong set openback stones in pink and green. Circa 1920 or earlier, and marked STERLING. The green stones look like genuine stones, with inclusions, and are probably some kind of chalcedony. The pink stones are probably glass or synthetic rubies. The stone settings are engraved to create a star effect...
Stunning cocktail sized antique silver ring with an Austro Hungarian or early Art Deco look, with a very big oval genuine citrine stone. Late 19th or early 20th century. Unmarked but tests positive for sterling silver. Ring size 5 1/2 and will fit up to a size 6 finger. The top is 1 1/8 inches long and 3/4 inch wide. The citrine is 18 mm by 15 mm. Excellent condition. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Lovely antique garnet and silver gilt screwback drop earrings in the style known as Transitional, which bridged the Edwardian and Art Deco styles in the early 20th century. Circa 1900 or 1910. 1 7/8 inches long and 3/4 inch wide. Very good condition. There is an old repair on the back of one earring (pictured). This does not show when the earrings are worn. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Fabulous chandelier drop earrings in sterling with brilliant rock crystal stones in openback deep settings with tiny prongs. Circa 1910 or 1920. The backs of the screw posts are marked STERLING. The stone settings have tiny millegrain decoration. Nice size -- 2 1/4 inches long and just over 3/4 inch wide. Excellent condition. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Lovely sterling bracelet with very large apple jade stones. Circa 1900. Marked S, for sterling silver. With a light gold wash. Decorated with finely detailed repousse designs depicting stylized flower forms. With a slide clasp and safety catch. An excellent piece to wear alone or to layer with other jade bracelets.
7 inches wearable length by 1/2 inch wide by 3/8 inch deep. Excellent condition. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Stunning antique Austro Hungarian silver Renaissance revival necklace with six very large genuine turquoise stones, three in robin's egg blue, and three in dark green. Circa 1900. Marked 830 on the main clasp and 925 on the clasp of the extender (more on the extender below). 830 silver was made in Austria-Hungary. Both pieces also have the same maker's mark, which looks like a conjoined HOH.
With a light gold wash. With fabulous heavy ornate lacy openwork designs...