This 10Kt yellow gold bar pin from the 1910-s is centered by a hexagonal faceted 6 millimeter pink tourmaline. The delicately designed open work bar pin has a safety catch; it is 2” long and 7/16” wide.
This early 20th century ring is from the arts and crafts period. The approximately 0.20Ct old-mine diamond is bezel set in white gold and sits on top of a masterfully carved 14Kt yellow gold shank. The size of the ring is 5 ½ but it can easily be sized.
Very simple yet elegant is this beveled oval lapis broach set in 14Kt yellow gold. The lapis is 1 ¼” or 31 millimeter long and ¾” or 19 millimeter wide. The overall measurements of the broach are 1 3/8” or 35 millimeters by 15/16” or 23 millimeters.
This sunburst pin dates back to the very early 1900’s. The 1 3/8” diameter pin is made of 14kt yellow gold and is centered by a 5.5 mm cabochon opal. The use of the fold down swivel makes it possible to wear this great pin as a pendant if one so desires. Very versatile, you get two pieces of jewelry for the price of one.
A wonderful example of the cc. 1910 era jewelry of this stick pin, set with a lively fiery 3 X 5 millimeter oval cabochon opal. The edge of the stick pin is decorated by circle like designs. Any lapel accentuated by this pin would look great. The pin is marked with the maker’s mark S – M and 14K.
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An exceptional 34 X 27 millimeter oval hard stone cameo broach circa 1910 with remarkably carved details, set in a very elegantly tailored 1 9/16” X 1 1/4" 14Kt yellow gold frame.