As Featured in Philadelphia Magazine:
Retro Yellow Gold Ruby, Pearl and Diamond Flower Design Pin/Enhancer: $2,200
This retro pin/pendant is from the 1940’s. Crafted from 14k rose gold, it has 28 hand cut Burmese rubies and 18 cultured seed pearls that measure 3 millimeters. 6 single cut diamonds, each weighing .03 carats, adorn the center of the flower. The back of the piece has two clips to attach to an omega necklace, a thin chain or a strand of pearls. There is also a pin on the back. 13.1 dwt.
Matching earrings available (available to view on home page).
1940's 18kt Yellow Gold Turquoise Bracelet: $3,200
This bracelet is made beautifully and is very flexible on the arm. It features perfectly matched robin egg blue turquoise stones, individually set. It has a hidden clasp and double figure 8’s for security. 7 ¼ inches long and weighs 52.53 dwt.
Edwardian Diamond Platinum Snowflake Pendant: $6,800
This gorgeous one of a kind pin/pendant is from the Edwardian period. The craftsmanship in this piece is of the very finest. It is platinum on the top and backed in yellow gold, which is typical of this period. There are approximately 2.50 carats of diamonds that makeup the snowflake pattern. It is hung on a 20 inch 14kt white gold chain with six bezel set diamonds totaling .60 carets. The piece weighs 7.39 dwt on the chain.
Estate Enamel 18kt Yellow Gold Bracelet: $2,800
This striking blue enamel bracelet was probably made in Italy. The condition is pristine with no visible wear marks or blemishes in the enamel. This very well made and heavy bracelet weighs 38.35 dwt. (59.7g). The clasp will be “invisible” when worn and it also has a figure 8 safety clasp. The bracelet measures 7 ¼ inches in length.
Victorian 15kt Cabochon Garnet Hanging Earrings: $850.00 -- SOLD!
These earrings are original Victorian fine jewelry in perfect condition. The style captivates the period, as well as the way they were handmade over 100 years ago. If these earring were cast as one solid piece, they would be too heavy to wear. The unusual 15 karat was typical of fine jewelry at the time and they were most likely made in England. The earrings measure 2 inches in length and 7/8 of an inch across. The earrings weigh 3.95 dwt. (6.2g) each. Matching pin available.
Platinum Citrine and Diamond Ring: $2,300
Probably made in the 1950’s this ring has 40 round cut diamonds bead set in a tear drop shaped box. Each of the diamonds weigh approximately .03 carats (1.20 ctw.) There is a yellow oval citrine in the center that weighs approximately 6 carats and that stone has 10 small prongs holding it. The piece weighs 6.1 dwt and 9.5 grams.
Art Deco 2.07 ct. Diamond Platinum Bow Ring: $16,000
An original Art Deco ring from the 1920’s with a large 2.07 carat old European cut diamond as the center stone. Diamonds of this size are considered rare today but at that time period 2 carat diamonds were extremely rare and owned only by very wealthy, high society people. There are 18 diamonds in the mounting that are bead set and 8 channel set French custom cut sapphires. Pristine condition with hand engraving all the way around the shank and on the prongs. Weight: 3.25 dwt.
Art Deco Platinum Sapphire and Diamond Ring: $5,500
The mounting in this ring is completely handmade in the early 1920’s. The Ceylon sapphire is 1.18 carats exactly and there are 1.0 carats total weight in diamonds that are bead set throughout the piece. The two larger diamonds next to the center sapphire are .18 carats each and are old European cut stones. The ring weighs 2.45 dwt. and is in pristine condition.
Red Coral and Pearl Yellow 14k Gold Bug Pin: $1,200 -- SOLD!
Probably made in the 1970-80’s, this unusual pin has hand cut red coral for the body. The wings are finely detailed and there are two cultured 4 millimeter pearls for the eyes. The underside is marked, “Kevin”. The pin measures 1¾ inches long and an 1 1/2 inches at its widest point across. The gold is solid and the pin weighs 13.35 dwt.
Incredible Art Deco Original "Right Hand" Platinum Ring: $5,200
This ring’s extraordinary design and craftsmanship is apparent at first glance. The piercing work was all hand done in the 1920’s. The center diamond is the original old European cut diamond. The other 14 round, single cut diamonds have an approximate total weight of .50 ctw. (approx. 1.0 ctw. total in diamonds for the ring). The shoulders of the ring are also beautifully pierced. The ring weighs 3.75 dwt. and is a one of a kind piece of art on your finger.
Art Deco Diamond and Platinum Pin/Pendant: $6,800
Original 1920’s platinum pin/pendant with approximately 5.0 carats total weight. The diamonds are Old European cuts and single cuts which is typical of the period. The back of the piece is completely finished which is rarely done by today’s finest manufactures. The round stones are all bead set in square boxes. The piece is in very fine condition and weighs 7.5 dwt. The back has both a pin and two loops to allow a chain to pass.
Art Deco Geometric Diamond White Gold Cocktail Ring: $2,000
This ring was made in the 1920-30’s and made in 19 karat white gold. There are 11 diamonds totaling approximately 1.0 ctw. with the center diamond about .60 ct. All the stones are bead set.
Art Deco Platinum Band With Diamonds: $3,100
This is an Art Deco platinum band from the 1920’s in excellent condition that contains exactly 69 round single cut diamonds. This is all original and captivates the style of the 20’s with its dimensional geometric design. The diamonds each measure 2.0 millimeters and weigh approximately .03 carats (approximately 2+ carats) The diamonds are bead set in square boxes with milgraine edges. The size is a six and this would be difficult to resize. The piece weighs 4.4 grams (2.8 dwt).