14kt yellow gold, purple jade and diamond pendant. The purple jade has a Buddha carved on the front and on the back there are Asian markings. There are three small diamonds on this pendant. It is 2" long(including bail) and is slightly over 3/4" wide. (Chain in pictures not included.)
A nice 32 degree Mason ring with a 1ct diamond in the center. Clearly hallmarked Finger Fashion 14kt. Currently approx.size 9. The ring could use a good polishing and needs to be sized as it the rear of the shank was cut to slip on and off over a knuckle. Overall a nice bit of gold and a decent sized diamond for the price.
An extremely rare Egyptian Revival Stickpin of a Pharaoh. Fine detail and realistic depiction of the head carved from hardstone. The head dress and pin carved from 14kt gold. Marked 14kt on the pin. A rarity that is a must have for any stickpin collector or lover of Egyptian Revival jewelry.
A terrific 14kt gold stickpin of a winged dragon or serpent with diamonds. Fine detail, total carat weight of diamonds is approx. .10cts, marked with hard to read hallmarks on reverse. A must have for any serious stickpin collector!!!
A fantastic 18kt yellow gold pin depicting a flying eagle with spread wings, holding a pearl in its beak. Fine detail and excellent craftsmanship. Hallmarked with the French Eagle head assay mark and at least one other hard to read mark. May also be worn as a necklace if a chain is attached to the two loops on the reverse or used as a watch pin. Measures 2 1/4 inches long by 1 inch high.
This ring is a fantastic example of American Arts & Crafts jewelry, circa 1910. Made of 14kt yellow gold it depicts a leaf and vine motif with scrollwork. The detailed goldwork surrounds three carnelian cabochons. Currently size 10 the ring may be sized to fit. Similar to work produced in New York, Newark, Boston & Chicago by jewelers of the period.