$7,000.00Reimagined for 2017 is the classic Laykin et Cie 1952 Flame Ring in Platinum with Fire Red Rubies. Hot to the touch, stunning for the for the eyes. This beautiful ring has been flaming the fires of passion since the early 1950's when Laykin et Cie lead designer Zell Cannell created this original perennial favorite. Platinum with full cut Burmese Rubies.Visit product page →
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Evoking the 1930's Art Deco interpretation of ancient Egyptian themes; this strong ring of sultry proportions and modernistic presence establishes it's presenter as a woman of conviction. Nephertiti was designed at the Laykin et Cie attelier on Sunset Blvd in 1935 and originally featured choices of opaque Onyx, Lapis or Malachite.
Our 2017 reinterpretation of this stylistic gem ensconces gorgeous hand cut and polished gems to feature their stunning translucence devoid of the complexities created by facets. These stones forcefully challenge the status quo with a bold statement of purity and resolution. Laykin et Cie is pleased to present Nephertiti in Blue or Brown Topaz, Yellow Citrine, Pink or Green Tourmaline, or Amethyst set in 18KT yellow gold.
$6,500.00Calibre Burmese rubies set off this stunning Laykin et Cie brooch from the 1930's which also features three beautiful emerald cut citrine topaz stones. This brooch is emblematic of the period and illustrates the whimsical and free flowing design spirit of the time. Imagined in the Laykin et Cie design studio atop the flagship salon on Sunset Blvd this rose gold creation was crafted with a variety of stones and colors and can now once again can be ordered as part of the 2017 Laykin collection.Visit product page →
$3,500.00Crafted in 18kt yellow gold and full cut fine diamonds, The Turbine was designed in 1937 and was influenced by the bold designs of the all important aviation industry in Los Angeles. Among the early Laykin clientele were many pioneers of the air from Donald Douglas to Howard Hughes.Visit product page →
$5,000.00Reimagined for 2017 is the classic Laykin et Cie 1952 Flame Ring in Platinum with Fine Diamonds. White Hot, White Ice. This beautiful ring has been flaming the fires of passion since the early 1950's when Laykin et Cie lead designer Zell Cannell created this original perennial favorite. Platinum with full cut fine diamonds.Visit product page →