$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 →
$4,800.00Simple, seductive curvatures. Emblazoned with brilliant yellow sapphires. The Curvature was designed by Laykin et Cie in 1968. Originally created and still available in pave diamonds, this particular ring is defined by her uniform and unflinching commitment to the explosive color of 5 carats of gorgeous yellow sapphires, each tightly mounted in perfect uniformity. Available in Sizes 6 - 9 in 18kt white or yellow gold.Visit product page →
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Laykin's magnificent powerhouse diamond ring. The Transcendence. Designed in 1939; this bold expression rooted in classic Art Deco overcomes and outclasses in so many ways. Pure and meaningful, everything is understood once this diamond ring makes it's entry. Guided by a confident American style the Transcendence provides a balanced and correct cradle for an important emerald cut, square, cushion and Asscher cut gem.
This ring newly introduced for the 2018 collection features an 18.5 carat emerald cut diamond of near flawless clarity set in pure hand wrought platinum.
An exquisite Victorian blue sapphire and diamond necklace in a fitted box circa 1880 and produced by The Diamond Merchants Jewellers CO. of 138 New Bond Street, London. This perfect condition piece has stood the test of time and is as feminine and lovely today as it was when it was produced at the height of the British Empire while Sir William Gladstone was Prime Minister and Queen Victoria ruled the throne. The lovely old mine cut diamond at the bottom of this necklaces suspension system is nearly 4 carats and the oval sapphire which serves as it's focal point is most likely of Cashmere origin and has a perfectly distributed blue.Visit product page →
$24,500.00This classic brooch featuring a Greek key design in a lovely representation of late Edwardian design was produced by the pre-curser to Laykin et Cie, the Laykin Diamond Company in the 1920's in Los Angeles. Wrought of Platinum and Diamonds it creates a dramatic statement when adorning a lovely structured dress on the shoulder or base of the breast. These Edwardian pins can also fasten scarves, cashmere shawls or even adorn the hair. Total weight 8.5 cts of diamonds.Visit product page →
$3,500.00A beautiful example of a French 1940's yellow gold watch with calibre rubies retailed by Laykin et Cie. Laykin's was an early importer of fine European watches and introduced a variety of luxury brands to the West Coast of the United States. This watch has mechanical Delmar movement and an original curved crystal.Visit product page →