This unique piece of jewelry dates back to the 1940's or early 1950's. The top is a pink and yellow gold geometric design broach that holds the rectangular watch. The watch has a pink face and marked "BLACK STARR & GORHAM". The movement is a 17 jewel GIRARD PERREGAUX. The watch is in working condition. Total weight of the watch with the movement is 9.4 grams. The safety clasp on the pin and the inside of the watch case are both marked 14Kt.
A great example of the 1920's craftsmanship and style is found in this wonderful equestrian bar pin. The pin is 2" long and 5/8" wide in the center. The weight is 4.1 grams. The 14K mark is on the safety clasp.
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Timepieces : Pocket Watches : Pre 1920 item #551854 (stock #TR512)
This unusual square pocket watch was made between 1915 and 1920. The movement is marked :AWW.Co WALTHAM Mass.15 Jewels 22469524. The case is marked: ELGIN GIANT WATCH CASE COMPANY 14K 171416.
This wonderful 14Kt pink gold men's signet ring from the early 20th century set with a 16 X 14 millimeter oval blood-stone.
With dazzling colors ideal for every season, this wonderful 18 karat gold pin is decorated with blue and green enamel. This delicate finish is in near-perfect condition. This stunning pin dates from the 1960s and is most likely Italian-made. The diameter of the brooch is 1 1/2 inches and the mark on the back is "750".
A very nicely matched high luster strand of 19" long graduated cultured pearl necklace. The strand has 83 pearls graduating from 3 3/4 mm to 9 1/2 mm. The clasp is 14 kt pink gold centered by an approximately 0.05Ct old-mine diamond. The pearls are newly restrung.
This Victorian gold filled slide chain comprises a 48" long rope chain. The oval slide decorated is by 3 seed pearls on one side and unadorned on the other. The slide is slightly loose on the chain and has suffered a small dent. Otherwise, the piece is in good condition.