Beautiful, antique, and signed by a famous maker--can it get any better?
This lovely turn-of-the-century pendant is centered with a 12 x 30 mm oval citrine surrounded by a pale blue enameled band studded with marcasites. Enameled bows on each side and a fresh water pearl dropper finish the design.
The metal is 935 silver (higher silver content than sterling) and the pendant is signed with the dragonfly mark for Meyle & Mayer...
This one piece sterling silver buckle would be stunning on a black velvet sash!
It was made by Unger Bros in the early 20th century. The ornamental design is a classic scroll and acanthus. The buckle is 4 1/4" x 2 1/2". Marks are 925 (sterling) and the Unger Bros markIt is in excellent condition.
Very rare Hector Aguilar bracelet that measures 1.25 in. tall and 7 in. long. The pyramids have a measurement of 10 mm. in height giving the bracelet great dimension. 87 grams is the weight and the patina is natural and gorgeous. The condition is without repairs and damage. It seriously appears to have hardly been worn. I do not like to use the word rare as all of these treasure made by the top tier Maestros are rare but this one deserves that title. An excellent example and collector quality.
An unusual Taxco Mexican sterling silver pendant and chain, with a central Pre Columbian carved green frog by the noted female jeweler, Bernice Goodspeed.
The pendant measures 1 1/2" long and 1 1/8" across. The very detailed chain measures about 15 1/2" long. Hook closure. Marked on the back Sterling Taxco around the stylized 'B' for the artisan. Also marked with what looks like Eagle #28.
Very intricate work. Deep green color. Fine quality.
A fantastic, large and heavy, unisex signet, ring composed of solid 18k yellow gold, natural emeralds and diamonds. Top of this size 7.5 ring measures about 7/8" x 7/8", ring consists of approx.3.8ctw of emeralds and 1.7ctw of G color diamonds. The center emerald stone measures 10mm x 10mm. Ring is in excellent pre-owned condition. Weight is substantial 21.71 grams.
This dramatic crossover ring was made by New York jeweler, Patricia Von Musulin who is known for her bold, strong designs. In this ring, two cubes crossover each other with a band that is tapered as it approaches the cubes. The ring is size 7 1/2; it can be modified to smaller or larger. The ring weighs a substantial 41 grams. The cubes are 1 inch from front to back...
A 10k yellow gold black onyx and diamond hexagon ring from the 1930s. This size 7-1/4 ring has a claw-set hexagonal black onyx with a mounted 3 point (by gauge) diamond in a white gold setting. This ring measures 9/16 x 1/2" across the setting and it weighs 2.3 grams. It is stamped 10K. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, damage or repairs other than signs of an earlier resizing...
Wonderful, estate, 14k yellow gold and baguette and round cut rubies ring. Top of this amazing, size 7 ring measures 3/4" x 1/2". Ring consists of approx. 2.3ctw of rubies, it is in excellent pre-owned condition. Gold is marked 14k. Weight is 6.86 grams.
Fabulous, massive, 14k yellow gold and natural un-treated Angel Skin Coral cabochon ring. Top of this amazing, size 7 ring measures 1 1/4" in diameter. Coral is 19mm x 13mm. Ring is in excellent pre-owned condition. Gold is marked 14k. Weight is 21 grams.
This brilliant cocktail ring from the 1960s-70s features a yellow diamond surrounded by a double row of 26 colorless diamonds. The center diamond has an estimate size of 0.5 carat and a clarity of VS1. The small diamonds are ~2.5 points each. Total estimated diamond weight for the ring is 1.15 carats. The ring is a size 7 1/2, and could be resized.
Rare original vintage Georg Jensen Denmark sterling bracelet no.130 B with lapis cabochon clasp designed by Henning Koppel c. 1950. It measures 8" end to end and is 1' wide. Weighing 66 grams, it is in fine original condition with no chips or cracks to the vibrant lapis stone clasp. The clasp is secure and a safety catch intact. Signed as shown. This bracelet with a green agate cabochon clasp is featured on page 105 in Janet Drucker's book GEOR JENSEN A TRADITION OF SPLENDID SILVER...
This necklace is a graceful garland of bezel-set, oval and round moonstone cabochons in silver. Loops of chain surround moonstone drops, giving the fluid drape of the necklace. The chains connecting the stones are low-grade silver. This is a turn-of-the-century piece and is 15" long
Antique, Victorian Era, 14k yellow gold, diamond and enamel, necklace, pendant, brooch. The chain is 18" long, pendant measures 1 1/4" x 1 1/4". Necklace consists of approx. 0.40ctw of H color VS1 clarity diamonds. It is in very good condition. Weight is 8.3 grams.
Beautiful and rare Salvador Teran earrings are the exact match for the previously listed Teran Bracelet on my site. They are built like shadow boxes and have no damage or repairs. Approximatly 1in. by 1in.
Antonio Pineda pearl cuff is half an inch on one end and 1.25in. on the other. A swoosh reveals one simple pearl of 5mm set inside the darkened recess. This cuff is gleaming and reflects everything around it making it very difficult to photograph. There is no damage of any kind. To evaluate the size we show a 1in. gap and 6in. of silver. The diameter is 2.25in. across. This is elegant and perfect for the board room or for the little black dress. The weight is 69 grams and is heavy in your hand.
A vintage sterling silver brooch attributed to the American modernist jeweler, Ronald Hayes Pearson. It is signed Sterling and something else which is impossible to read. It is in the style and has the quality of a Pearson brooch. Heavy sterling silver in the shape of an abstract snake.
Measures about 2 1/2" long and 7/8" at the widest. In very nice condition with minor surface scratches and a little tarnish. There is a little roughness along the edge near the snake's mouth...
This plique a jour pendant is centered with an oval opal and accented with eight colorless brilliants and a fresh water pearl dropper. The translucent enamel is an unusual and lovely blue in color.
Plique a jour, that unusual, difficult, and beautiful technique, dates from the 15th century. It was used by Cellini, then revived in the late 1800s in France.
The metal frame in this lovely piece is 900 silver, suggesting that the piece is most likely German or Austrian in origin. Circa 1900.
This spirited fixe gryphon clutches a protective shield with clawed feet. His tail curls through the fanciful edges of the shield. Altogether a delightful companion to ornament a jacket or other garment.
The trombone catch is a replacement but the old-style tube hinge is original. The 1 1/2" X 1 1/2" pin is marked FIX and is Art Nouveau in age, circa 1900.