Here in this section of sold jewellery you will be able to view some of the wonderful and unique pieces of jewellery that we have sold over the years.
Except for rings – which is under another section – you will be able to find nearly everything else in the world of antique and modern jewellery such as antique pendants, necklaces, brooches, bangles, bracelets and of course earrings.
The jewellery that we have sold and which is on view here will not be over just one era or period but will go as far back as some stunning antique pieces from the Georgian era of the 1700′s to early 1800′s, Victorian era jewellery from 1837 right up to the end of the 19th century, the free flowing design of Art Nouveau era, and the wonderful designs of jewellery from the Art Deco era of the 1920′s as well as rings from the fabulous retro period of the 1950′s right up to modern jewellery, many of which have an antique design or theme to them.
There will be a broad range of jewellery from countries all over the world, and even though the jewellery in this section has been sold, it will give you a great insight of just some of the wonderful and exciting antique and modern pieces of jewellery that we have had the pleasure of dealing in over the past years and what you may find if you keep searching our website or store or to give you an insight into the wonderful world of antique jewellery where designs often come up that you could never have dreamed up but was made well over a century ago.
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Dating from the 1950's, the bracelet itself is made up of the most wonderful and tactile link design that rolls over the wrist so beautifully and measures 18.4cm in length.
Then there are the central links that are set with three pearls and 20 rose cut diamonds.
So beautifully made even the rose cut diamonds graduate in size so elegantly.
The links measure 7mm wide and is the perfect width to wear all the time day or night.
Retro jewellery looks so amazing with the varied styles and designs and this rose gold pearl and diamond bracelet is most certainly no exception.
Circa: 1950 (Retro period)
And here we have a fantastic aquamarine and diamond brooch hand made in the 1950's in 14ct rose gold.
Rose gold was often used in this period and has a wonderful warm colour to it that looks fabulous on any background outfit.
In the centre is an incredible emerald cut aquamarine that measures an impressive 10.3 carats in weight.
The colour of this aquamarine is so fine and is mesmerising to look at.
On each side of the brooch is set a round brilliant cut diamond that both measure 0.10 carats and adds just the right amount of sparkle and elegance to it.
Measuring 65.5mm in length by 14.3mm wide at the centre the straight bar design easily allows this brooch to be worn horizontal, vertical or at an angle and always look so stylish and elegant.
1950's retro era jewellery is becoming so sought after, and this brooch certainly shows why.
Dating from the 1920's, these cufflinks were hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum and each cufflink set with a thirteen sapphires and four blue sapphires.
Each cufflink has twelve lovely rose cut diamonds and then a European cut diamond in the centre and then four sapphires that works so well with the diamonds as well as the platinum and gold.
The diamonds total 0.26 carats and the sapphires 0.40 carats and along the setting of the sapphires and diamonds as well as around the edge of the cufflinks, they have been milgrain finished which is the crimping along the setting which was popular in many Art Deco pieces of jewellery.
Each cufflink measures 15.8mm by 11.4mm and are fitted on torpedo shaped fittings that slide so easily into a French cuff and are also very secure.
These Art Deco sapphire and diamond cufflinks are so elegant and unlike so many other cufflinks around.
Circa: 1920 (Art Deco)
Made in 15ct gold, this bracelet uses a combination of both rose and white gold with yellow gold around the amethysts that go to make this even more special and unique.
Set with seven oval facetted amethysts, each oval section measures 22.5mm long by 8.4mm wide and from end to end the bracelet measures 19cm in length.
The amethysts have been milgrain set which gives the crimping edge around the setting which adds a sleek and stylish look to the piece as a whole.
Fitted with a safety chain will give the wearer that extra piece of mind and security.
With the combination of rose, white and yellow gold with the amethysts all matches so well together and this amethyst bracelet looks so elegant on the wrist day or night.
Made in 15ct gold in the early 1900's, the pendant is set with 1 pearl, 1 peridot and 15 pearls in a very attractive open work design where both the peridot and amethysts is able to swing freely.
From left to right the pendant measures 25.7mm across by 45mm from the bottom to the very top of the bail where the chain slides through.
With such attractive colours and so much historical significance, this antique suffragette pendant always will look so good and has an amazing story attached to it.
Made in 15ct gold, this carat of gold was used up until 1931 and this necklace itself was made in the late Victorian era and has many Art Nouveau influences to it.
The necklace is set with a total of 7 perfectly matched pieces of tourmaline that has a total weight of 6.65 carats.
To highlight the necklace, it is set with 39 seed pearls that adds an elegant and sophisticated look and charm to the necklace.
However like many antique pieces it is also the design of this necklace that is so attractive and makes it sit so well on the neckline.
Laid out from end to end this measured 41cm in length and and from where the chain connects to the pearls across to the other side, this distance measures 8cm and from top to bottom it measures 4.6cm making this stand out so well on the neckline day or night.
Made in a wonderful era with wonderful tourmalines and pearls, this is such an attractive and elegant antique tourmaline and pearl necklace to be worn with love.
Made in Birmingham in 1898, this brooch was made in 15ct gold which was used up until 1931.
Set with seven Ceylonese sapphires which all have a magnificent blue colour to them, they total 0.36 carats and are highlighted with two vibrant red Burmese rubies that total 0.08 carats.
Adding to the sparkle of this brooch, there are 6 old European cut diamonds that total 0.21 carats and sparkle magnificently day or night.
The brooch measures 40.6mm across by 12.9mm and is fitted on the back with a safety chain for extra security.
This is such an attractive antique brooch from the Victorian era that looks so refined and elegant.
Hallmarked: Birmingham 1898
Dating from the late 1800's, this antique bangle was made in sterling silver with exquisite hand engraving on the sides.
Hand engraving is always so far superior to machine engraving in the quality and even the way it feels when you touch it with your fingertips.
This engraving would have taken hours of work and shows the quality of the engraver in the finest detail that can be seen.
And then there is the floral motif in the centre. In the late 19th Century cadmium was used to make green gold which can be seen here in this bangle. The green gold is a very soft hue of green and was used brilliantly in this antique bangle to highlight the leaves and the grasses and then rose gold used for a wonderful contrast.
The use of green and rose gold combined with the intricate engraving all go to make this a wonderful talking point and such a special piece of jewellery that is perfect to wear for any occasion.
The bangle measures 37.5mm wide and being hinged allows it to sit nice and close to the wrist making it even more practical to wear all the time.
This late Victorian antique bangle is simply spectacular and a wonderful example of antique jewellery at its finest.
Dating from the Edwardian era of the early 1900's, this suffragette brooch was made in 9ct rose gold and is set with a peridot and amethyst and then surrounded by seed pearls with a further bow design on the top set with more seed pearls.
In total there are 50 pearls which compliment the amethyst and peridot so well.
From end to end the brooch measures 36.6mm across by 14.1mm wide at the centre
Not only does this antique brooch look so elegant and refined, it is also an example of an antique brooch that has so much historical significance attached to it.
Hand made in 15ct gold and silver in the late 1800's, silver was used to set against the diamonds as white gold was not yet invented and platinum was not used in jewellery until the early 1900's.
The pendant is set with 15 diamonds that totals 0.32 carats, 2 rubies that total 0.72 carats and the pearl in the centre.
Measuring 17.7mm across by 31.8mm from the bottom of the pendant to the very top of the bail where the chain would slide through, this is such an elegant pendant that can be worn day or night and always look so charming.
Antique ruby pendants are always hard to come across, and this one is just a delight with the addition of diamonds and the pearl.