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.
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".
This wonderful 14Kt pink gold antique men's signet ring from the early 20th century set with a 16 X 14 millimeter oval lively blood-stone. The ring is a size 7 3/4 and can be sized.
A great example of the 1920's craftsmanship and style is found in this wonderful equestrian bar pin. The 14Kt yellow gold pin is 2" long and 5/8" wide in the center. The 14K mark is on the safety clasp.
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 finely crafted lace like 14Kt pink gold openwork Victorian three-tiered broach decorated by nine half seed pearls. The diameter of the broach is 1 1/4". The marking on the back "585MM" indicates a European maker.
This sleek deco style pendant is from the 1960's and made of 14Kt yellow gold. It is centered by a bezel set 10 X 12 millimeter caboshon oval lapis. The pendant measures 1 3/8" in height and 1 1/8" in width. The weight is 8.5 grams which makes this wonderfully cast pendant relatively heavy for its size. It would look exquisite on any chain as well as on a collar or an Omega necklace.
This unique pair of Retro earrings made of 14Kt pink gold with a white gold accent and the flowers are further decorated by six natural rubies. The earrings have clip backs and measure 1 1/16” long and ¾" wide. The weight of the earrings is 12.9 grams.
An eye-catching swirl motif encloses this brilliant cut diamond in a sweep of 14 karat textured white gold. Dating from the 1960’s, this unique beauty features a 0.50 carat center stone of I color and VS2 clarity. Wrap this around your love’s finger and she’ll have to say “I Do.”The ring is a size 5 1/4 and it can easily be sized.
Dating from circa 1915, this 14 Kt yellow gold watch fob adds a bit of sophisticated history to your collection. A knotted gold frame suspends a double-sided bezel that is set with dappled bloodstone on one side and engraved carnelian on the other. The piece may be spun so that either stone faces forward...
Get your retro on with this adorable modern bow pin and earring set from the 1960’s. The pin (2 1/8 x 1 ½ inches) and matching earrings in miniature (7/8 x 5/8 inches) are sculpted of a texturized 18 Kt gold with a wave pattern. The trio is set with 9 full cut diamonds; five in the pin and two in each earring bring the total carat weight to 0.35 Ct. The earrings have French backs, meaning that they are not pierced earrings, but they may be changed to posts upon request.
This beautifully executed 18 Kt yellow gold brooch from the 1960’s depicts two darling poodles standing at attention with a mischievous sparkle in their natural ruby and sapphire eyes. Their matching enameled collars add a touch of color to the richness of the textured gold. The brooch measures 1 ¼ inches wide and 1 inch tall. On the reverse side, there is a diamond-shaped hallmark stamped with a B in an oval with 18Kt and 750 marked on either side.
This simple yet stylish engagement ring features an oval center stone of approximately 0.90 carats. With three vertically arranged straight baguettes on each side, graduated in size as they move away from the central diamond, the total carat weight comes to 1.10. The oval stone is J color VS1 clarity and is set in a 14 karat two tone ring: white gold prongs secure the diamond, but the band itself is a rich yellow gold
Attract the best kind of attention with this substantial 18 karat gold bracelet. The 12 links look like gold bird’s nests with 4 natural sapphires and 2 natural rubies in each one. The bracelet is 7 ¼ inches long. The closure is a hidden catch, enhanced with a figure eight safety. Dating from the 1960’s, this mod masterpiece is heavy on gold and long on charm.
Go back in time with this beautiful bracelet. The focal point is an intricately engraved 14 karat Victorian box catch from the end of the 19th century. Two rows of curb chain sandwich a central row of a texturized fancy link chain. These 14 karat chains may be of the same age as the large clasp or may have been added later, in the 1920’s. The catch is engraved with the initials SGR and the whole bracelet measures approximately 7 ½ inches long.
This wonderfully executed 18 Kt white gold filigree and diamond ring dates back to the 1920s. The top of the ring is rectangular, giving the round diamond a rectangular appearance. The stone is a 0.55 carat brilliant cut diamond of I color and SI1 clarity. An antique loving future bride would say YES to a proposal accompanied by this beauty.The ring is a size 6 1/4 and it can easily be sized.
Revisit the roaring 20s with this original 14Kt white gold filigree dinner ring. The top of the ring is set with three old-mine (European) cut diamonds and two triangular sapphires. The three diamonds weigh approximately 0.40 carats total and display H – I color and VS clarity. The ring is a size 8 3/4 and can easily be sized. We just reduced the price from $750 to $550.
This beautiful little 1920’s stickpin is done in 14 karat gold filigree. The circular top is set with 4 square cut sapphires and one single cut diamond. It will make a stunning accent to any outfit.