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Dating from the 1880's, this antique pearl and diamond bangle has such a romantic and elegant to look to it that will make it constantly be admired as it sits gracefully on the wrist. Made in 15ct rose gold, even the colour of the rose gold is so soft and feminine and suits the overall design of this antique bangle so well. Designed with a floral motif, in the centre is a gorgeous cluster of pearls surrounding a diamond, with more of the floral theme on each side with more pearls. The way there are three rows of gold supporting it all works so well to allow the skin tone to come through and highlight the piece even more. From one pearl at one end across to the other, this distance measures 4.4cm and the bangle is fitted with a safety chain for added peace of mind. No matter where this bangle is worn, it is destined to always be admired. Stock# ES7280 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Dating from the fabulous 1920's comes this 18ct gold and platinum Art Deco diamond engagement ring that is as beautiful and elegant today as when it was made nearly a century ago and is sure to always be loved and treasured. So beautifully hand made, this ring is set with three vibrant antique European cut diamonds that sit so well together. (What is a European cut diamond? Find out by reading this brief article: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds ) The centre diamond measures 0.26 carats and the two side diamonds total 0.22 carats and are G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity which means that they are in the white range of diamonds without any eye visible inclusions, and being genuine antique hand cut diamonds makes them all that more special and unique. Made in such an elegant design, this is a perfect example of an Art Deco engagement ring in a style that has never gone out of fashion or style. If you are after an elegant diamond engagement ring, then this might just be the one. Stock# ES7224 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
The Albertina was originally designed not as a bracelet but to hold a ladies pocket watch at one end and secure the tee bar onto an outfit and here is a very beautiful antique sterling silver Albertina dating from the 1880's with three rows of chain and will look so beautiful worn on the wrist, or attached to a chain to wear around the neck. Attached with a tassel that has the fox tail links that move and sway so beautifully as well as having its tee bar, this is such a stylish piece of Victorian jewellery that is so versatile in how it can be worn. Laid out from end to end it measures 26cm in length and as a bracelet will reduce to a comfortable 19cm when the swivel clip is attached to the link just before the tee bar. With two belcher link chains on the outside and a twisted rope link in the middle, it also has its lovely slide which adds that extra charm and character that is really shows why these original antique Albertina bracelets are so much more unique and special than the modern charm bracelets that are being mass produced today. This Albertina has so much charm and character and will always be loved and admired no matter how or where it is worn. Stock# ES7211 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Here is a very elegant and attractive antique opal and diamond ring made in 1893 that looks as beautiful today as when it was made well over 120 years ago, and sits perfectly on the finger. Made in 18ct yellow gold, this ring is set with a solid white opal in the centre which has such a gorgeous play of colour that throws all the spectral colours to you and really stands out in this ring. Set on each side is a lovely antique European cut diamond that really highlights the opal and the ring as a whole, and these diamonds total 0.20 carats and really add the perfect amount of sparkle to an already very attractive ring. Measuring 10.4mm across by 5.5mm wide, the band itself is also in wonderful condition with lovely crisp hallmarks showing how well this ring has been looked after. This antique opal and diamond ring is so elegant and typical of the late Victorian era when this was made. Stock# ES7199 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1893 $Sold.
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The suffragette movement of the late 1800's and early 1900's was pivotal in giving among other aspects, the right for women to vote and was represented by the colours green, white and violet as can be seen here in this spectacular antique suffragette necklace. In an incredible fringe design, this suffragette necklace is just breathtaking and sits perfectly on the neckline. Set with peridot for the green colour, garnets for the violet and pearls for the white, this colour combination works so well together and the design as well makes it so attractive and is destined to always be admired every time that it is worn. Laid out from end to end the necklace measures 45cm and from one pearl across to the other end, this distance measures 10cm and the longest drop in the centre measures 4.5cm and will certainly stand out so well regardless of when or where it is worn. The suffragette movement was a period of time in history that was so important for the rights of women and this antique suffragette necklace not only embodies that, but also looks just spectacular. Stock# T337 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
Queen Victoria loved all things Scottish and loved Scottish agate jewellery that is also known as pebble jewellery, and here is a very beautiful antique Scottish agate brooch dating from the 1890â€™s. Made in sterling silver, this brooch measures 45.2mm across by 49.7mm and is set with a wonderful section of agate that displays a very attractive natural blue body colour highlighted with bands of white and browns and is still in excellent condition all these years later. This is the type of brooch that thanks to its simple yet stylish design and natural earthy tones will always be so easy to wear day or night, and always look so elegant and refined. A wonderful example of an antique Scottish agate brooch to be loved and admired. Stock# T48 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is a very attractive and stylish vintage Omega pocket watch from 1939 that has the charm and character of the late Art Deco period and the pedigree and history of Omega. Made in a stainless steel case that measures 45mm across by 53.5mm to the top of the bow, this pocket watch feels so good to hold in the palm of your hand and has a great looking dial with the combination of Roman numerals and the sub-seconds at the bottom. The dial is all completely original and has not been repainted at all and matches so well the with original silver hands. Even the bow has that great Art Deco style to it making it even more unique and special and the inside is the fantastic manual wind Omega calibre 37.5ST that has been completely serviced, runs perfect and comes with our twelve month warranty. Vintage Omega's are always so popular, and it doesn't get any better than a vintage Omega pocket watch to hold and admire in your hand. Stock# T505 Maker: Omega Circa: 1939 $Sold
Here is such an attractive and sweet 1920's Art Deco diamond cluster ring that would suit any finger and occasion including making a wonderful example of an Art Deco engagement ring to love all the time. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold, it is set with a lovely cluster of one diamond surrounded by six more. This cluster design has always been so popular through the ages, and to highlight this ring even more, there are an additional two diamonds set on each side. The centre diamond measures 0.08 carats and the other ten diamonds total 0.16 carats and the cluster itself measures 8.6mm in diameter making it the perfect proportions to sit on any finger. With such fine detail in the setting of the diamonds themselves and of course the sparkle from them, this is such a pretty Art Deco diamond cluster ring that would make any woman happy to wear it. Stock# ES7177 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a very stylish and elegant Art Deco rose gold signet ring dating from the 1920's that has all the characteristic angular designs that made the Art Deco period so wonderful and fabulous. Made in 9ct rose gold, the colour of the gold has that beautiful warm colour that has become increasingly sought after today and looks so stylish on the finger. With the stepped design on the sides and the lovely flat top will allow it to be easily worn as it is or be engraved with a family crest or monogram giving it that extra special personal touch to be passed down through the generations. Measuring 16.2mm by 20.8mm from one side across to the other, this signet ring sits so well and comfortable on the finger and will always be admired. Stock# R976 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a very attractive Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring from the 1920's that would not only suit any finger, but also make a wonderful and very unique Art Deco engagement ring. Beautifully hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, this ring is bezel set with three Ceylonese sapphires with the centre one measuring 0.50 carats and the two others totaling 0.40 carats. All beautifully matched for colour and transparency, these sapphires really stand out so well set into the pure white of the platinum. There is the beautiful border partially separating it from the sides allowing the another feature of this ring to stand out when it is on your finger. And then so elegantly it tapers down to the band and to highlight the ring further, there are two diamonds on each side to add that extra sparkle. These diamonds total 0.04 carats and the ring from top to bottom measures 12mm by 17.1mm across from one side to the other. Sitting so comfortably on the finger, this is one Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring that will always be admired and loved. Stock# ES7182 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a very elegant and refined early Australian antique diamond eternity ring by Willis who was one of the largest jewellers in Australia and produced fine jewellery from 1858 until they closed in 1931. This diamond half eternity ring dates from the early part of the 20th century and was hand made in 18ct yellow and white gold and is set with seven single cut diamonds set into a gorgeous twist design. The way the the twist design goes across the top gives it such a charming difference to the usual diamond eternity bands and as the diamonds go across the top only allows this ring to be able to be resized. The diamonds total 0.14 carats and from one end diamond across to the other, this distance measures 19.2mm by 2.7mm wide and will compliment an engagement ring so well or look just so fine on its own. Inside there is the "18" hallmark for 18ct gold and the two Willis hallmarks of a "W" and their makers mark which is a unicorn. In wonderful condition and perfect for so many occasions, this antique diamond ring is not only so beautiful but also a wonderful peace of Australian history that you can wear and enjoy all the time. Stock# T423 Maker: Willis Circa: 1910 $Sold
Here is one of the most sought after Rolex models today, the brilliant looking and incredibly versatile Rolex GMT Master II reference 16710 with the infamous "Pepsi" red and blue bezel. The Rolex GMT Master has such an iconic look thanks not only to the additional GMT red hand, but when it has the two coloured bezel such as this one, there is no other Rolex watch like it that you will confuse it for. Originally designed by Rolex in 1954 for the Pan Am pilots, this particular one was made in 2002 and features the iconic red and blue rotating bezel affectionately known as the â€śPepsiâ€ť bezel whereas the red and black bezel is known as the "Coke" bezel. Set into the Rolex Oyster case that measures the traditional 40mm across plus the Rolex screw down crown, this Rolex GMT II is fitted with the sapphire crystal for added durability making it a great looking watch for any occasion. It is fitted on the Rolex Oyster band which gives the watch a solid sports look great for weekends yet still so easily able to be worn during the day and this band is in superb condition with no flex at all. The difference between the Rolex GMT Master I and the Rolex GMT Master II is that with the GMT Master II you can rotate the hour hand around quicker to set the date more rapidly. The addition of the red GMT hand combined with the red and black bezel go a long way in giving it such a distinct look. Inside is the brilliant and highly reliable Rolex calibre 3185 that has just come back from a full service, runs perfect and come with our twelve month warranty. Complete with its original papers, this is a pristine Rolex GMT Master II that is perfect for any occasion and becoming so highly sought after. Stock# W1005cc Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex GMT Master II reference 16710 Circa: 2002 $Sold.