A beautiful, well-made rhodium plate 7-3/8" long and 3/8" wide bracelet in the Industrial Art Deco design c1920s-30. This unsigned beauty is made of rhodium plated metal (possibly over brass) and the pinioned links have channel-set rhinestones and designs on the sides. This item is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than the graying of some of the stones...
These jade earrings are 1 1/4" long. The widest part of the jade is 7/16" wide x 13/16" long.
These clip earrings from the 1970's are marked Christian Dior with an unreadable patent number. They are silver and hematite. 7/8" by 7/8".
A handsome pair of Art Deco 18K yellow gold cufflinks, the faces with oval cabochon blue moonstones in slightly cupped settings. The gems have striking color and fine adularescence. The simple oval settings allow the stones to take center stage. The backs are marked "750" for 18K gold and have the maker's mark "S".
Origin: Continental Europe, ca. 1930. Condition: excellent, all original. Size: 3/4" x 9/16". Weight: 9.0 grams. Approximate Total Gemstone Weight: 5.32 carats.
An Edwardian sterling round rhinestone pin 1910-20. This 1-1/4" x 1-1/8" round pin has antique cut white rhinestones and a safety catch; it is marked STERLING with a G maker's mark, and it is in excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are secondhand and may have slight signs of gentle use. Tracked packet air shipping to the U.S...
Two graceful pieces by Matl (Matilde Poulat. Both have her early hallmark; circa 1950.
Pendant with black onyx measures 1 5/16" long and 1 1/8" wide. Unusual to find a genuine pendant done by Matl. $295
Cross brooch with turquoise measures 1 1/4"square. Lovely color to the stones. $395
Fridl modernist sterling silver necklace.
Measures approx. 14" when outstretched.
Condition - excellent.
This Beautiful belt buckle is made entirely of Mid-Victorian Hand-Carved Whitby Jet.
The Brooch is deeply carved with leaves and flower blooms – in great detail.
Today it is illegal to mine jet in Whitby because the only jet left is in seams in the walls of the cliffs over the town. To remove it from the cliffs would cause them to tumble down and destroy the town. The two remaining jet
cutters today have to rely on pieces that wash up on the beaches of this seacoast town...
Astrological events sometimes inspired new forms of design such as "comet jewelry" This Victorian pin / brooch was made to commemorate Haley's comet.
It is 1 1/8" long and 5/17" wide at the widest point.
This pin tests 14K gold but it is not marked.
This exquisite Triplet Victorian double cameo shows high quality and Neo-Classical subject matter. Double cameos are rare to begin with. The soldier appears to be onyx. The white figure is part of the under layer of the soldier and both of these layers are on top of a carnelian. The mount is sterling. The size is 8 ¾.
This exquisite Victorian brooch, circa 1890, is finely crafted in 14K yellow gold (tested & not marked). This versatile estate brooch measures 1 1/8" square with a pendant bail that folds back behind the brooch / pin.
This is a stunning, hand-crafted sterling silver inlaid malachite ring. This ring is especially thick and heavy, and is solid all around. The malachite stones are meticulously cut by hand. This ring is top quality.
This pin is 3/4" long x 3/8" wide.
This 14K bar pin has 24 seed pearls and a pink stone which I believe is topaz. It is 1 1/4" long and 1'/2" wide . It is very pretty.
A beautiful and rare Retro 14K yellow and white gold floral brooch featuring carved jadeite leaves and a carved rock crystal blossom. The rock crystal has an opalescent quality that appears much like moonstone. Both the front and back surfaces are finely engraved to suggest floral textures. The jade is brightly colored and contrasts nicely with the golden stems and leaves. The back is marked “14K”. Carved gemstone floral pins are quite uncommon.
Origin: America, ca. 1940...
An elegant 14K rose and yellow gold bow brooch featuring a “knot” invisibly-set calibre-cut green tourmalines. The brooch is also accented with a pair of pearls set in white gold. The tourmalines have very fine bright coloring. The golden bow is worked in both a polished surface and a micro-beaded finish. The latter is a technically difficult texture to achieve and shows the hand of a master jeweler. The back of the pin is marked “RMU” and “585” for 14K gold...
This dome-shapesd Weiss butterfly is gorgeous. And enormous. It is very old Weiss, 1940's. Various shapes and sizes of rhinestones with a huge center cabachon, all prong set. Weiss oval plaque and copyright symbol on the back. Brooch is 4" wide, 4 1/2" high and 1" front to back.
An Edwardian 10K 1-1/8 x 3/4" watch chatelaine pin circa 1900 1910 in yellow gold. This Edwardian accessory was meant to hang a watch from the hook on the back; it has a safety catch and it is marked 10K. It weighs 1.6 grams and it is in excellent original condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses or damage. It has a barely noticeable repaired split...