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.
Circa 1880's this fine representation of nautical inspired jewelry from the Victorian era has gorgeous balance and execution. Hand made in silver and yellow gold, the pin features natural pearls, full cut diamonds and beautiful Burmese rubies.
14 KT yellow gold cufflinks from the 1950's with Citrine Smokey Quartz faceted stones. A stunning bold design which evokes the confidence of America in the 1950s. These buttons are more like the headlights on a Cadillac. You will be noticed!
Vintage Laykin et Cie diamond bangle watch circa 1937. Produced in the Los Angeles Laykin atelier this lovely original was among dozens of creative bangle designs produced by the firm during the 1930's and 1940's. The vision for these bangle watches was "dramatic timing". The result was treasured mechanical timepieces that provided stunning accents to the tailored outfits of the time.