An 18K gold and platinum band with hearts circa 1960 size 7 1/4 priced at $765,.
Condition: excellent Height: 7.25 inches
An 18K gold and platinum band circa 1960 size 6 3/4 priced at $765,.
Condition: excellent. Size 6 3/4
Mesmerizing 18K substantial ring with large fire opal cut en cabochon and mined in Mexico. The fire opal is securely embedded in its solid gold enclosure, an important factor as opals require a setting that is substantial to protect the stone. A matrix opal is one which is cut with the host rock included and is cut in such a way that the patterns of the fire opal within the rock are seen. It is difficult to remove the opal from the rhyolite host rock without damage. Cabochon opals with this styl...
15K lucky seven harem ring, with seven complete bands of emeralds, rubies, and sapphires, and 7 gems on each band. Tradition has it that harem rings originated in Turkey, the rings to be given to brides. The greater the number of bands, the more important was the wife who received it. The ring makes a significant presence on the hand and we think will make any lucky owner feel important! The ring looks fab alone - no other stacking rings needed for this finger. The ring is a US size 6 and cannot...
REED & BARTON, FRANCIS I, BABY FORK, CIRCA 1940,
A fabulous Victorian buckle ring with a distinctly modern vibe. Made from white gold, with an unusual soft, silver sheen. Buckle section is set with 38 point diamonds. US size 6.25-6.5.
Cute pair of open backed peridot and pearl earrings, with 6 pearls (incluidng one at the center) and 5 peridots in a radial design, creating the look of a forget me not. We love the unusual green of the peridot and the way the white pearls create an accent color. Perfect pair of earrings for daytime wear, for work or play. A bit more than ½ inch in diameter in size.
Whimsicle sewing items cheered the routine daily task of mending. This adorable baske is circa 1930
Whimsicle sewing items cheered the routine daily task of mending. This adorable crocheted pin cushion probably an original crafted item of a clever homemaker , circa 1930, Condition: EXCELLENT
We have a selection of Kenart enamel pins of dogs and a goat from the 30's. The enamel is on sterling. Priced each. 12 available
This adorable brass ring box has a ring on the top. circa 1930.
Condition: excellent Height: 1.24 inches Width: 1.75 inches
This lovely Arts and Crafts ring is believed to be a Sibyl Dunlop design, but the absence of a signature means it can not be definitely identified as such. Sibyl Dunlop was a 20th century jewelry designer in the Arts and Crafts tradition. Nature themes and trailing leaves featuring strongly in her designs. Semi-precious stones were widely used in the jewelry, featured boldly, often cut en cabochon or in oval shapes. All these attributes are featured in this fascinating ring. The rose quartz ston...
Exquisite 2 color 18K 1940's gold and platinum ring with a singular iridescent pearl at the center and tiny diamonds set quietly in the platinum. Decorative gold and platinum leaf and flower forms envelope the entire band of the ring. The ring is as beautiful when seen in person as in the photos. Possibly Austrian or French. Size 4 1/2.
Bold midcentury 14K moonstone ring with an unadorned chunky gold band and a mesmerizing iridescent opal stone. This ring has a very solid feel. No embellishment, just a pure unadorned gold band with a large single moonstone. There are marks but it is unclear who the maker is.
For the person who is enchanted by moonstone in its wonderful simplicity without the distraction of other stones, this is the ring for you. Suitable for both men and women. Size 7 ½.
This link bracelet is very special because the silver gilt forms the shape of pansies. C. 1920 THEODORE FAHRNER, 7 1/2"L x 1/2"H, $ 790. Condition: excellent
Wonderful tea caddy spoon in the form of a jockey cap hallmarked 1927.
We have many of these eternity bands in diamond,emerald, ruby and sapphire. Most are set in platinum, some in white gold, some in yellow gold, all circa 1920. Prices vary between and
This sterling rattle depicting Little Boy Blue is hallmarked Birmingham, 1924.