Recent additions to the Antique Cufflink Gallery include winged lions, striking platinum and blue enamel Art Moderne cufflinks and an elegant dress set of carved onyx with pearls.
Winged Lions and Sapphires Victorian gentlemen delighted in jewels decorated with exotic and fantastic creatures. Here a winged lion-serpent fiercely guards a bright blue sapphire. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1900. Cost: $1,275
Platinum and Blue The elegant contrast between frosty platinum pinstripes and regal blue enamel in the Art Moderne taste of the 1930s. Created by Carrington & Co. in platinum and 14kt gold, circa 1935. Cost: $1,085
Engraved Onyx Elegant dress set with beautifully engraved black onyx tops accented with small pearls and white gold borders. The elegance of Jazz Age black tie attire. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1925. Cost: $1,825
Recent additions to the Antique Stickpin Gallery feature a striking Brassler lapis lazuli stickpin and a Victorian golden scarb.
Lapis Lazuli Brilliant blue lapis lazuli with small, golden accents is set beneath flowing Art Nouveau curves and Classical laurel wreath borders. A wonderful example of the imaginative jewels created by Hans Brassler. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910. Cost: $685
Golden Scarab Victorian stickpin with a shimmering golden scarab set in a small shadow box. The frame is decorated with fine wire scrollwork and small golden orbs. A tour de force of Victorian jewelry making. Created in 14kt gold, circa 1875. Cost: $675
Recent additions to the Antique Brooch Gallery include a wonderful sapphire and pearl brooch created by United Jewelers.
Sapphire and Pearls A golden brooch with a richly engraved frame of floral and geometric motifs and small, luminous pearls accenting the corners. A light blue sapphire rests in the center. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1920. Cost: $625
These and other fine jewels from the past can be found in
the Antique and Estate Jewelry Galleries