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This bangle was not only made over 110 years ago, but was also made by one of Australia's early jewellers, H. Simonsen. Made in 9 carat rose gold the design of the bangle is so beautiful to admire and looks wonderful on the wrist. With a design that can so easily allow it to be worn with other antique jewellery as well as modern and always fit right in, it is also so comfortable to wear all the time. With a gorgeous twisted design that is made all the more special by the warm colour of the rose gold, it is also hinged which allows it to sit nice and close to the wrist. Still in superb condition even after 110 years have passed, this is a wonderful example of antique jewellery that has stood the test of time in both quality and style. Stock# ES9629 Maker: H. Simonsen Pty Ltd. Circa: 1910 $Sold.
This beautiful ring was made well over 100 years ago, yet it is in a style and design that will no doubt always be admired and get the attention that it rightly deserves. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in the 1890's, in the centre is a lovely mine cut diamond that measures 0.14 carats which is then highlighted by four rose cut diamonds that total 0.06 carats. With a vibrant ruby set at each end that total 0.28 carats, both the rubies and the diamonds are set into such a beautiful setting that has the stones recessed into the setting which adds so much charm and character to the ring. Measuring 8.4mm wide at the centre, the ring then tapers down towards to back to 1.8mm, this ring feels so sleek and comfortable on the finger. Perfect for any finger and occasion, this antique ruby and diamond ring is as beautiful today as when it was made during the wonderful Victorian era. Stock# ES9483 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Natural zircon is an amazing stone to look at and should not be confused with the man-made synthetic cubic zirconia, and here is an amazing natural green zircon and diamond cluster ring that was made in the Art Deco period of the 1920's. Hand made in 18 carat yellow and rose gold for a wonderful point of difference, in the centre sits the amazing zircon that measures 1.17 carats in weight. The reason that zircon looks so good is that it has an extremely high refractive index - the speed of light as it enters and exits the gemstone - which makes it sparkle so great.Â The colour of this zircon is just amazing and really unlike any other green gemstone such as emerald, peridot or tourmaline. The colour looks even better on the finger and then with the zircon surrounded by fourteen single cut diamonds as well as a further single cut diamond set on each side. These diamonds come together to total 0.48 carats and the cluster section measures 11.7mm by 9mm across. With such a unique and wonderful gemstone in the centre, this Art Deco ring is truly as unique as it is beautiful. Stock# ES9489 Circa: 1920 $Sold
David Andersen jewellery has remained so popular and sought after thanks in part to the vibrant colours often used in the pieces as well as the quality, and both features can be seen here in this very attractive vintage David Andersen enamel butterfly brooch. Measuring 54.3mm across, this brooch has such an intense purple colour to it that is highlighted further by the touch of orange and green. With a wonderful smooth tactile feel to it, this brooch will always get the admiration that it rightly deserves. Stock# ES9528 Maker: David Andersen. Circa: 1930 $Sold
The Omega Seamaster has remained such an iconic and highly regarded watch since its release in 1948, and here is quite a rare model to come by - a vintage Omega Seamaster Chronometer watch made in 1969. Traditionally the Chronometer grade movements such as the 24 jewelled automatic Omega calibre 564 that is fitted in this one, was reserved for the Omega Constellation range, so finding a Seamaster with this movement certainly makes it more special and unique. The movement has been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty and needless to say it keeps perfect time. With the stainless steel case measuring 34.5mm across plus the Omega crown, it is fitted on the beautiful "Beads of Riceâ€ť bracelet. This bracelet has gone down in history as one of the most comfortable bracelets on any watch and it really completes the look of this Omega Seamaster perfectly. With an easy to read dial with the date function, this is a great Omega that is perfect for any occasion. Stock# W1800 Maker: Omega Model: Omega Seamaster Chronometer reference 168.024 Circa: 1969 $Sold
David Andersen jewellery has always been so well known and sought after, thanks in part to the designs as well as the vibrant colours in the enamel used, as can be seen here in this incredible enamel butterfly. Made in sterling silver in the 1930's, the butterfly measures 54.5mm across by 30.3mm and will no doubt always look amazing on any outfit that it is worn on. With such incredible colours that seem to explode outwards, this is without a doubt one of the most colourful brooches that was ever made by David Andersen and showcases why David Andersen jewellery has always be highly prized and regarded. Still in wonderful condition, this is an amazing enamel butterfly brooch by one of Denmark's most famous jewellers. Stock# ES9529 Maker: David Andersen. Circa: 1930 $Sold
This vintage diamond engagement ring has so much charm and detail to it and was so beautifully hand made towards the end of the Art Deco period. By far Art Deco engagement rings are as popular today as when they were made, and this one showcases the beauty of the designs of the era so well. Hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum, in the centre sits a lovely 0.46 carat diamond that is G in colour and Si in clarity and sparkles so well. However like many rings of this era, it is not just the diamond that is beautiful as the setting supporting the diamond is so beautiful to admire from all sides. The detail is so beautiful and will have you admiring it every time that it adorns your finger. As elegant today as when it was made, this Art Deco diamond engagement ring is just perfect. Stock# U184 Circa: 1940 $Sold
This ring was made during the Edwardian era in 1908 and looks so elegant on the finger and is perfect to be worn alongside other antique rings or modern rings and always fit right in. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring is set with three natural rubies that total 0.18 carats with one European cut diamond set on each side of the centre ruby. These diamonds total 0.08 carats and it is not only the lovely rubies and diamonds that make this ring so stylish, it is also the very beautiful design and shape of the ring. Measuring 6.6mm by 14.6mm across, this is a wonderful ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9488 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1908 $Sold
Here is such a charming and elegant Art Deco diamond ring that will surprise many when they realise that it is over 100 years old, yes still looks as beautiful and modern today as when it was made. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's, the way the square top is offset makes such an impact especially on the finger where it will always be admired. Measuring 9.2mm across in both directions, it is set with nine round early brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.18 carats. Along the edge of the border, the ring has a wonderful millgrain finish which was popular during the Art Deco period and can be seen as the elegant crimping along the edge which adds that extra character to an already very charming ring. This ring from the 1920's proves just why antique jewellery is as popular today as when they were first made. Stock# ES9509 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
There is something so special and romantic about having a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring on your finger, and here is such a lovely example that has so much fine detail that will have you admiring it every time that you look upon it. Made in the 1930's in platinum, the detail in this ring is just wonderful and highlights the beauty of hand making a piece of jewellery combined with how fine platinum can be drawn into when making it into jewellery such as a ring. Although white gold is a fabulous metal used for centuries in jewellery making, it simply cannot be made as fine as platinum which was embraced by many jewellers of the Art Deco era. Sitting in the centre is a lovely 0.50 carat early brilliant cut diamond that is highlighted by a single cut diamond set on each side. The way the band elegant tapers down to the half round band makes it feel so comfortable on the finger, and the detail from all sides of this ring is truly amazing. Made in a design that will always look so beautiful, this is a truly romantic and gorgeous Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will always be loved and treasured. Stock# U178 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is a very beautiful antique bangle that was made in 1902 and looks as beautiful on the wrist today as when it was made over a century ago. Made in 9 carat rose gold, the bangle not only has a lovely design on the front, but also a wonderful dome top that also graduate in width down towards the back. Measuring 6.4mm wide at the centre, the bangle then tapers elegantly down to 3.8mm wide at the back. Being a hinged bangle, also allows it to have an oval shape that fits beautifully on the wrist. Combine this with the charming pattern on the front, and you have a bangle that is perfectly suited to wear for any occasion day or night. Stock# ES9502 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1902 $Sold.