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Perfect for day or night, this antique 15ct gold rose gold gate bracelet dates from the early 1900's and thanks to the elegant pattern on one side combined with the wonderful warm colour of the rose gold, come together perfectly. Often called a day and night bracelet as one side is left plain and the other has elegant engraved sections, it is this side that is most often worn regardless of the time of day as it is such a beautiful feature to show off and admire. 15ct gold was only used from 1854 to 1931 which is a relatively short time in the history of jewellery, and the colour of 15ct rose gold has such a beautiful tone to it that looks so beautiful on the wrist. The links in this gate bracelet measures 9.5mm wide and fitted with the lovely and traditional heart shaped padlock that is also fitted with a safety chain for added security, you not only have a beautiful bracelet but on that is equally as romantic. In wonderful condition and so rare to be found in 15ct gold, this antique gate bracelet is just perfect for any woman for any occasion. Stock# ES6893 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
Perfect for any time of the day or night, comes this delightful enamel posy brooch by David Andersen. An acclaimed jeweller from Norway, David Andersen jewellery has remained popular throughout the decades, and when you see the quality of this one it is easy to see why. Dating from the early 1900's, the wonderful yellow and oranges used to highlight this brooch, this is one brooch that will always stand out and be admired. Measuring 23.3mm across by 24.7mm, the brooch is so sculptured and tactile to touch and will always be loved. This gorgeous David Andersen brooch is still in wonderful condition and will be so versatile and able to be worn all the time. Stock# ES7414 Maker: David Andersen Circa: 1910 $Sold.
The gold and steel Rolex is a perfect combination to easily be dressed up or down and set with diamonds truly makes this such an outstanding looking watch, the 18ct and steel ladies Rolex Datejust model 69173. Measuring 26mm across plus the Rolex screw down crown, this is such an elegant size watch that not only looks so beautiful on the wrist but feels so comfortable to wear all the time. Set with the champagne coloured dial, it is of course set with ten diamond indicators that really highlight the watch so well and makes it look even more spectacular at night. Inside is the 29 jewelled automatic Rolex calibre 2135 that has been fully serviced, runs perfectly and comes with our twelve month warranty. No matter the time of the day or night, this ladies Rolex Datejust is just perfect in all respects. Stock# W330cc Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Datejust model 69173 Circa: 1993 $Sold.
Here is a classic looking vintage 1501 Rolex watch from 1970 that is in such great condition and fitted with the notched bezel giving it such a great design. Fitted in the 34mm Rolex Oyster case and the Oyster band, inside is the 26 jewelled automatic Rolex calibre 1570 that has been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty. Stock# W822 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Oyster Date reference 1501 Circa: 1970 $Sold.
Sitting perfectly on the finger, this vintage bloodstone signet ring not only looks so smart and masculine but feels so comfortable to wear all the time. Made in 14ct rose gold, the ring is set with bloodstone in the centre which has a lovely strong green body colour with flecks of red. The octagonal shape of the bloodstone gives this signet ring such a strong masculine look and feel to it that will look great on the finger. With the top measuring 18.4mm by 13.4mm, this is such a wonderful example of a gents signet ring to put on the finger and wear all the time. Stock# ES7407 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Aquamarine has such a beautiful blue colour to it and here is a very elegant aquamarine and diamond ring from the Art Deco era of the 1920's that sits so well on the finger and will always be loved and admired. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the design of this ring compliments the aquamarine so well which is then highlighted by the diamonds set on each side. The aquamarine itself measures 5.10 carats and has such a perfect consistent blue colour to it that really looks spectacular on the finger day or night. The three rose cut diamonds each side total 0.06 carats and give that delicate amount of sparkle to the ring all the while highlighting the aquamarine as the star of the show. Measuring 11.1mm by 19.1mm across, this ring sits perfectly on the finger and is a testament to the quality and designs of the wonderful Art Deco period. Stock# ES7246 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is such an elegant antique diamond engagement ring from the 1890's that looks as beautiful today as when it was made over 120 years ago and will always be loved and admired. Made in 18ct yellow gold in the Victorian era, this delightful engagement ring is set with five very vibrant antique European cut diamonds. (Click here to read an article on European cut diamonds: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds ) The diamonds total 0.56 carats and are G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity meaning that they are all lovely and white with no eye visible inclusions. Combined with the fact that they were cut by hand all those years ago gives them an added charm and character. Measuring 16.2mm across, the sides of the ring have the most beautiful scroll work which is incredible to admire and will make you appreciate the quality and unique aspect of owning and wearing a genuine antique diamond engagement ring on your finger. This antique diamond engagement ring is so elegant and timeless and will be loved for an eternity. Stock# T611 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum, this Art Deco sapphire and diamond engagement ring looks magnificent on the finger thanks to the sparkle of the diamonds and the incredible design and use of natural blue sapphires. Dating from the 1920's, the centre diamond measures 0.35 carats with an additional three more diamonds set on each side. These diamonds total 0.03 carats and are highlighted by six sapphires that really makes this ring so unique and special. Perfect as an engagement ring, this is one ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES6710 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Art Deco rings are often so unique and special and here is a very elegant sapphire and diamond ring from the 1920's Art Deco era that would sit so well on any finger for any occasion, including making a superb example of an Art Deco engagement ring to wear and love all the time. Hand made in platinum, this ring is centrally set with a European cut diamond in the centre that weighs 0.25 carats. Set on each side are two carrĂ© (square) cut sapphires that really accentuate the ring so well and add that depth of colour. These sapphires total 0.16 carats and then to further highlight the design of the ring and make it stand out even more on the finger, there are two single cut diamonds and one mine cut diamond at each end. These additional diamonds total 0.18 carats and all the diamonds have that wonderful advantage of being genuine antique cut diamonds hand cut all those years ago. (What are European and mine cut diamonds? Find out here: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds ) The oval cluster top measures 9.5mm wide by 11.6mm and really accentuates the finger and looks so elegant as well as being so comfortable and easy to wear all the time. With such a unique and stylish design, this genuine Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring is one that will never go out of fashion or style. Stock# ES7343 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
There is something so special when you wear a genuine antique ring on your finger and here is a very beautiful antique garnet and diamond ring made in 1908 in such a classic design. Made in 18ct gold, this ring is set with three vibrant coloured garnets which are the star of this ring and highlighted by four rose cut diamonds to add the right amount of sparkle while never taking away from the beautiful rich burgundy hue of the garnets. Measuring 9.9mm wide at the centre by 18mm across, this antique garnet ring sits so well on the finger and will always be admired for its beauty whenever it is worn. Perfect for day or night and any occasion, this antique garnet and diamond ring from the Edwardian era is just perfect. Stock# ES7317 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1908 $Sold.
Perfect for any situation or occasion comes this Rolex Sea Dweller 16600 with box and papers that looks and feels as great in the office, as it does underwater where it was designed to go. The Rolex Sea-Dweller was discontinued in 2007 by Rolex and replaced with the Rolex Deep Sea Sea Dweller, however after a 7 year hiatus was re-released in 2014 in Basel which in our opinion was a great idea as the Rolex Sea-Dweller is such an easy and comfortable watch to wear all the time even on a daily basis. The difference between the Rolex Submariner and the Rolex Sea-Dweller is the Sea-Dweller has a 1mm thicker case and 1mm thicker crystal (now without the date window magnifier), the helium escape valve and can go down to the incredible depth of 4,000 feet/1,220 meters underwater. Still fitted in the traditional 40mm case plus Rolex screw down crown, the absence of the date window magnifier gives this Rolex a very clean look to it somewhat similar to a Rolex Submariner no date model. Inside is the brilliant 31 jewelled automatic Rolex calibre 3135 that has just been fully serviced, runs perfectly and comes with our twelve month warranty and wont let you down no matter where you are. In superb condition, this Rolex Sea Dweller is such a great watch for any occasion. Stock# W1066 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Sea Dweller reference 16600 Circa: 2001 $Sold.
Here is a truly exquisite Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring that dates from the 1930's and has been so beautifully designed and set with the most wonderful aquamarine that is highlighted by diamonds. Expertly hand made in platinum, in the centre is that gorgeous aquamarine that measures 6.20 carats and has the most perfect blue colour to it. Aquamarine came from the words meaning "two handfuls of seawater" and when you look at this aquamarine the term can be so aptly applied. The colour is so perfect and kept to its colour thanks to being set in platinum which is a pure white colour and was the most popular precious metal to be used during the Art Deco period. Set on each side are six single cut diamonds and one baguette cut diamond with the diamonds having a total weight of 0.64 carats and the design if the setting for the diamonds really enhances the ring so much more and highlights the quality and style of the period. Measuring 21.7mm across from the diamonds on one end to the other side by 12.7mm, this is such an elegant aquamarine and diamond ring that will always stand out for its elegance, class and sophistication. Stock# ES7327 Circa: 1930 $Sold