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Colombian emeralds have long been regarded as the best in the world and here is a magnificent Colombian emerald and diamond cluster ring dating from the romantic Art Deco period of the 1920's. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the setting of the ring is so elegant and looks spectacular on the finger. In the centre surrounded by the diamonds is a truly magnificent natural Colombian emerald that measures 1.60 carats in weight. The fine green colour and great transparency just show why Colombian emeralds are so highly regarded the world over. With a perfect green colour, this is only accentuated even further by the 16 diamonds that surround the emerald. These diamonds total 0.48 carats and really do enhance this ring without taking away from the beauty of the emerald. Measuring 28.3mm from left to right by 28.5mm, the size is perfect to wear all the time with pride. Art Deco rings are always so sought after and popular, and combine this with a natural Colombian emerald then you really do have a winning combination that will always look so good. Stock# ES6211 Circa: 1920 (Art Deco) $16,500 .
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For centuries people have been heat treating sapphires and rubies to improve the colour and clarity and this is accepted as a completely normal and standard practice and is not meaning that a treated sapphire is synthetic. However to find an untreated sapphire is wonderful, and to find one of this colour and size just makes it even more special. The ring itself dates from the 1930's and was made to show off the spectacular colour of this natural untreated sapphire. Hand made in 18ct white gold, the white gold really matches so well with the royal blue of the sapphire and the two diamonds set on each side. This ring is all about the sapphire which is a Ceylonese sapphire that has not undergone any treatment other than being facetted. Measuring an impressive 6 carats in weight, this colour of sapphire is absolutely stunning and looks incredible in the natural sunlight. To find an untreated sapphire is rare, to find one that is 6 carats in weight and of this colour is rarer still making this ring truly spectacular. On each side are the two diamonds, with the four diamonds having a total weight of 0.12 carats and across from one side to the other, this distance measures 14mm across by 13.4mm in length for the sapphire. This is one of the finest Art Deco sapphire and diamond rings around, and with an untreated sapphire, this just makes it all the more special and unique. Stock# R182 Circa: 1930 $22,600 .
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These antique drop earrings from the mid-Victorian era are nothing short of spectacular! Dating from the 1850's, the earrings were made in 15ct gold and have achieved the most wonderful patina over the years. The intricate design on each earring is just incredible and are destined to be admired from near and afar every single time that they are worn. Wearing these earrings will take you back to a time of romance and elegance and make you feel and walk like royalty. With lovely long shepherd hooks, each earring measures an incredible 7.3cm from the top of the hook to the bottom by 1.6cm wide at its widest section. There is something magical about these earrings, from the design, the colour of the gold to the fabulous length, these antique earrings are just spectacular and will have any woman walking tall with these on. Stock# ES6162 Circa: 1855 $6,750 .
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Details coming soon........... Stock# W526cc Maker: Zenith Model: Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special 03.2430.3000 Circa: 2014 $7,100 .
Cartier have always continued to create innovative designs in not only jewellery but their watches and here is a ladies 18ct gold Cartier Chinoise reference 2305 watch that is one of the most elegant and rare Cartier watches around. First designed by Cartier in 1922, the Cartier Chinoise watch was inspired by Chinese temples and was designed with a top and bottom horizontal bar extending over the length of the watch case. As can also be seen in this Cartier Chinoise watch, the dial itself is very unique with the particular font used for the numbers having a very Eastern look to them. In this particular version, the case itself is also enamelled in red and black again giving the watch an Eastern appeal to it. This version of Chinoise watch is very hard to find with the enamel and really does add so much more appeal to it. The case itself measures 30.7mm in length by 19.8mm plus the diamond crown. Instead of the more common blue sapphire or blue spinel crown seen in many Cartier watches, a facetted diamond is used. Inside is a Cartier quartz calibre 057 movement that of course keeps perfect time and comes with our twelve month warranty. Fitted on a black Cartier band, it also has the 18ct gold Cartier deployant buckle which is very easy to adjust to any size. This Cartier Chinoise watch is one of the most elegant and hard to find models around and will always look spectacular no matter where or when it is being worn. Stock# W448cc Maker: Cartier Model: Cartier Tank Chinoise reference 2305 Circa: 1990 $8,850
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This is such an elegant and stylish example of a genuine Art Deco brooch that dates from the 1930's. In a design that allows it to be worn horizontal or at an angle, it was expertly hand made in 14ct gold and platinum. In the centre is a magnificent Ceylonese sapphire that is the most perfect blue colour and measures 0.80 carats. The colour of this sapphire is magnificent and is made all the more attractive by being set alongside diamonds to add that extra sparkle. Surrounding the sapphire are four diamonds and then on each side are five more diamonds that bring the total diamond weight to 1.40 carats. From left to right the brooch measures 6.7cm across and at the centre, the cluster measures 1.1cm wide. On the back of the brooch and showing just how well made this brooch was crafted, there is a small extension on the back to prevent the brooch from turning over. This is such an elegant example of an Art Deco brooch that is set with a stunning natural Ceylonese sapphire and highlighted with diamonds. Stock# R196 Circa: 1930 $3,650 .
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Here is an absolutely fabulous onyx and diamond ring from the ever popular and oh so stylish Art Deco era of the 1930's. Set with a lozenge shaped piece of black onyx which accentuates the finger so well, it is set in the centre with a 0.10 carat diamond to add the right amount of sparkle to it. Made in 14ct white gold, the intricate design on the side of the ring is just one of the reasons why a genuine Art Deco ring is sought after. The top of the ring measures 15.8mm wide by an impressive 28.6mm in length and yet is still so incredibly comfortable to wear all the time. The combination of white gold and black onyx is often seen in Art Deco jewellery, and here in this 1930's ring it just works so well and is destined to always be admired every single time that it is worn. Stock# ES6157 Circa: 1930 (Art Deco) $2,800 .
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Patek Philippe are without a doubt one of the most highly regarded watch companies in the world and rightly so when you look at the superb movements that they produce. And here we have a very elegant and sophisticated 18ct white gold vintage Patek Philippe watch from the early 1970's that is in impeccable condition. This is the Patek Philippe reference 3430 fitted with the superb 18 jewelled manual wind Patek Philippe calibre 23-300 which needless to say keeps perfect time and comes complete with our twelve month warranty. Both the case and the integrated band are in 18ct white gold and the watch case measures 26mm across plus the Patek Philippe crown and from end to end measures 20.5cm which is great to find as opposed to one that has been cut down in size. The dial and band both have a wonderful textured look to it that really looks so elegant on the wrist, and with the style of the band feels like velvet across the wrist. There is nothing quite like a Patek Philippe watch on your wrist, and this is just one example of why they are regarded so highly as the best of the best watchmakers. Stock# W499cc Maker: Patek Philippe Reference: 3430 Circa: 1970 $11,800
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Made in France in the 1930's comes this very attractive engagement ring from the Art Deco period. Hand made in 18ct white gold, the setting for the diamond is so attractive and unique and just one of the appeals of a genuine vintage diamond engagement ring. Sitting proudly in the centre is a vibrant antique cut diamond that measures 0.60 carats and is H in colour and Si in clarity and has a magnificent sparkle to it. The setting for the diamond has a wonderful scalloped look to it which measures 8.3mm in diameter and sits so well on the finger. With French hallmarks, a wonderful diamond from a wonderful era, this Art Deco engagement ring is just so unique and lovely. Stock# ES6136 Circa: 1930 (Art Deco) $4,450 .
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Here area pair of antique earrings that sit so well on the ear and really are so perfect and comfortable to be worn day or night. Made in the 1880's Victorian era, these earrings were made in 15ct gold in such an attractive design. The central polished ball is surrounded by the most delightful work which is only highlighted even more with the fine detail and elegant scroll work at the top. Leading to wonderful long and secure shepherd hooks, the earrings measures 20mm wide by 38.8mm from the bottom to the top of the shepherd hook. Antique earrings have a charm and character to them, and these antique earrings in 15ct gold are in superb condition and look so elegant on the ear. Stock# ES3439 Circa: 1880 $1,850 .
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This antique fob/Albert chain is by far the rarest one that we have ever had, and is certainly of museum quality. These Albert chains were originally used for gentleman to connect a pocket watch and wear through the waistcoat, when men started wearing wrist watches leaving these behind, women started to wear these around the neck. This particular one is so rare and special for so many reasons. Firstly, it is an early Australian one that was made by Wheeler and Bennett around 1890. This company was established in 1886 until 1907 and early Australian jewellery in recent years has increased in both price and desirability and is now heavily sought after. Secondly, this was made in 15ct gold which was used up until the United Kingdom changed their standard in 1932 making this alone quite special. Furthermore, each link is stamped "15ct" and this Albert chain has been kept all original with no alterations or additions. It is quite common to find these in only half the length whereas this one measures a full 41cm. Then there is the design of the chain itself which is just spectacular. The links are just fantastic and have an incredible feel to them as you hold it on your hand. These links lead down to that fabulous tee bar at the end which is quite simply the best that you will ever see. The detail in this alone is just incredible and never to be seen again. From the early Australian history of this piece, the 15ct gold, the design of the links and the tee bar, this is without a doubt a true collectors piece and once gone, will never be seen again. Stock# ES3928 Maker: Wheeler and Bennett Circa: 1890 $12,250 .
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All original Rolex Explorer I reference 1016. Complete with original untouched dial, original Rolex Box, Rolex Chronometer report, Rolex receipt. This watch was specifically sought after by a client wanting a completely original Rolex Explorer I that had never had a replacement dial or parts. Contact us if you are after that something "special". If time is on your side, and you are after a vintage Rolex watch that is all original, contact us and see what we can obtain for you. Stock# W496cc Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Explorer I reference 1016 Circa: 1966 $Sold.