This Trifari vermeil pin has it all: patriotic symbols, enamel, pave rhinestones and a legible "e pluribus unum" written on the scroll. Heavy for its size. 1" wide 1 1/4" long. From the 1940's.
Exquisite 19th century garnet brooch, set in 18 carat yellow gold. Three sections (one circular flanked by two teardrop) set with faceted garnets surrounded by ornately carved bezel and beading. Very good condition; a few small chips to stones; collapsing safety catch a later addition. Measures 1 ¾”.
Adorable 19th century butterfly bar brooch, in 14 carat gold and silver. The silver butterfly is cunningly made with a diamond for its body; there are four tiny diamonds on its wings. The butterfly is applied to an engraved 14K gold bar. Excellent condition; pin on reverse is a bit tarnished. Measures 2 1/8”.
Beautiful Edwardian diamond and pearl ring, in 18 carat gold. The ring is designed in a semi-crossover style: 3 lovely pearls set in gold are surrounded by crescents and shoulders of diamond chips set in silver on gold.. The effect is elegant and delicate! Ring is in great condition. Size 7.
Silver gilt cufflinks encrusted with 2.2 carats of rose-cut pyrope garnets. The garnets have beautiful color, without being too flashy. The settings and overall workmanship is very nice. The toggle backs have Czech hallmarks for 900 silver.
Origin: Bohemia, Czech Republic, circa 1965. Condition: excellent. Size: 15/16” x 1/2”. Approximate Gemstone Weight: 2.2 carats. Weight: 11.25 grams.
Edwardian enameled 14K gold “bean-back” cufflinks. The faces are decorated with elegant engine-turned engraving and a wide border of opaque white enamel. The shanks are marked for gold content, and also for the maker, Wordley, Allsopp & Bliss Co. (1909-15) of Newark, NJ.
Origin: America, 1909-15...
A charming Edwardian pearl spider ring, set 9K yellow gold. The spider’s body is a beautiful cultured pearl, with nice color and luster, his legs and mount are gold. Stamped 975 inside. Condition is very good. Ring size 5 ½.
This is a 14K Gold Art Nouveau Stick Pin. The Top has the Face of a Nouveau Lady with Eyes Closed. The size overall is 2 1/8"; the Face measures 3/8" X 1/2". Somewhat illegibly marked: 14K; tested and Guaranteed 14K. A Beauty ca. 1900-1920
This is a 14k and silver Edwardian period oval shaped pearl and diamond pendant. The pendant is peg set with six slightly baroque river pearls measuring 5.50mm - 5.70mm in diameter. There are twelve rose cut diamonds prong set in between the pearls. The total diamond weight is .48 carats. The pendant has the original bail and is bead set with three rose cut diamonds. It measures 1.5" by 1". The pendant is in excellent condition and is circa 1901 - 1914...
This is a EUROPEAN SILVER CABLE CAR CHARM. An Austrian Alps
original the size is 9/16" X 3/4" overall; marked on the side 835. Note the Flowers on the other side with the Yellow & White Enamels. Ca. 1950- 1975 in Excellent Condition
This is an ART NOUVEAU PIN with a LADY SEATED on what looks like a Bench in a Park or in a Naturalistic Setting. Size is 1 1/4" square at the longest. Marked on the back: STERLING FRONT; also note the Cutout STAR probably a maker's logo. This Pin has the OLD C CLASP which further helps to date this piece circa 1900 to 1915. Very
Desirable and difficult to find ART NOUVEAU STERLING PIN.
This Platinum and Sapphire Eternity Band size 5, with Five French~Cut Sapphires Alternating with 3 Round Diamonds. This pattern repeats all the way around the Anniversary Band. Other similar Platinum Bands available at our store
This is a Hand Carved JADE SHOU CHARACTER RING from a Virginia Estate
suburb of Washington, DC.
Fabulous bracelet composed completely of violet-colored glass flowers and green leaves strung on an amber glass chain. This is one of the best pieces of early glass jewelry we've encountered. The delicacy and detail of the modeling is outstanding, as are the colors. The bracelet retains its original brass c-clasp.
Origin: probably Czechoslovakia, circa 1920. Condition: all original, all pieces intact, two flowers have minute flakes. Size: 7-1/2" long.
Lovely Victorian 18K yellow gold cufflinks featuring small seed pearls set in a diamond-shaped mounting. The faces are connected to the torpedo backs with beautifully crafted chains. The faces are marked “18CT” and the chains have an additional hallmark that is illegible.
Origin: probably England, circa 1900. Condition: excellent. Size: faces, 3/8” x ½”. Weight: 5.25 grams.
De nicola presents the look of coral in this simple and elegant glass necklace. Shortest strand is 14", Clasp is 1" by 3/4".
Great deep carving. An oldie, its back side being a much lighter color than the front. 2" long, 1" wide, 3/8" deep.
Heavily gold plated, Mazer has designed a very three dimensional piece of considerable elegance. 2 3/8" long, 1 7/8" wide. Very heavy brooch.