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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.
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
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
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.
Here are a gorgeous pair of sterling silver marcasite drop earrings that were made in the fabulous Art Deco era of the 1930's. Measuring a very elegant 52mm in length, the top section was made with a charming swirl design set with marcasites all around. A popular material during the Art Deco period as it catches the night light so wonderfully, there is no doubt that these earrings will always be admired. With a delicate sway to the foxtail link tassels, the foxtail link is such a fine tactile link that adds to the charm and character of the earrings. Fitted on secure long shepherd hooks, these earrings are perfect for any occasion. Stock# ES9030 Circa: 1930 $Sold
This antique bangle is so elegant and looks absolutely divine on the wrist and is typical in its design of jewellery from the late Victorian era when this was made. Made in the 1890's in 15 carat gold, the colour of the gold has such a lovely soft colour to it that looks even better against the skin as well as with the pearls that highlight the overall design on the bangle. With a charming cluster of pearls as well as more pearls along each side, the cluster looks so elegant in the centre and being hinged allows the bangle to sit perfectly on the wrist. Fitted with a safety chain for added security, and still in wonderful condition even after 140 years have passed, this bangle will always be loved and admired for its beauty and elegance every time that it is worn. Stock# ES9469 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Malachite has such a lovely green colour and here is a very attractive malachite and sterling silver bangle made in the Art Deco period of the 1930's that sits so comfortably on the wrist. Made in such an ingenious design where the malachite is set into a sterling silver support with four very attractive engraved sections, even the clasp is so charming with a heart design on it. These four sections really add so much additional charm and character to it and the silver section inside makes it so comfortable to wear all the time. Fitted with a safety chain for added security, this a perfect example of a piece of jewellery that can easily be dressed up or down depending on the occasion and anytime of the day or night. Stock# ES9004 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
The French really know how to make such exquisite jewellery, and combine this with jewellery made during the Art Deco period of the 1920's, then you have a winning combination. This stunning diamond brooch was hand made in platinum and 18 carat yellow gold in France and the design is so elegant that showcases the quality of jewellery produced during this wonderful era. In the centre there is a very unique oval shaped European cut diamond with a series of smaller rose cut diamonds and larger mine cut diamonds radiating out. And then looking at the border, there are a total of 52 rose cut diamonds that not only add an immense amount of sparkle to the brooch, but elegantly graduate in size. The diamonds all come together to total 3.09 carats making this brooch stand out no matter where or when it is worn. Measuring 55mm across by 26.4mm, this brooch is truly stunning and will no doubt always get the attention that it truly deserves every time that it is worn. Stock# ES9356 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is a truly incredible antique brooch that is not just of a bird, but was made by using the fine iridescent fibres from actual bird feathers, resulting in a truly amazing and unique piece. Made in the 1860's in 18 carat yellow gold, the bird in the centre was painstakingly made by using individual fibres from bird feathers to create the bird in such amazing detail. The time that would have been needed to create this would have no doubt been immense and stands out even more set against the lovely sepia background with the gorgeous floral designs. Even the border is so beautiful with its scalloped edges and measures 57.1mm across by 49.8mm and on any outfit, there is no doubt that this brooch will always be loved and admired. Truly exceptional and unique, this is a spectacular antique brooch like no other. Stock# ES9458 Circa: 1860 $Sold.
Jewellery from the Art Deco period of the 1920's to the 1940's has never gone out of fashion or style, and this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond necklace shows just why. So beautifully designed with a wonderful geometric design in the centre, the necklace was made in 15 carat gold and platinum and looks divine on the neckline. Set with an oval aquamarine at the bottom that measures 1.45 carats, the design leading up to the 0.08 carat European cut diamondat the top is so elegant, and with the diamond sparkling beautifully, this is one necklace that will always be admired and appreciated for its elegant design. From the diamond to the bottom of the aquamarine, this distance measures 3.5cm and laid out from end to end, the chain measures 47cm. Perfect for any outfit and occasion, this is a perfect example of an Art Deco necklace that will never go out of style. Stock# ES9443 Circa: 1920 $Sold
This bracelet will capture the eye of people from across the room, and the closer you get to it to admire the incredible detail and beauty it will capture the hearts of all who see it thanks not just because of the sapphires and diamonds, but also the fine attention to detail in every single panel. Exquisitely made during the Art Deco period of the 1930's, this piece exemplifies the beauty of platinum by not only being pure white in colour, but being able to have such fine pierce work detail throughout that only platinum can achieve. While white gold is wonderful, gold simply can not be drawn into such a fine wire and still have the strength needed to hold it all together. Regardless of the sapphires and diamonds, the design is breathtaking and is the epitome of Art Deco jewellery. Measuring 18.8cm in length, the panels allow it to wrap so beautifully around the wrist and in total the diamonds come together to total 4.55 carats and the sapphires 7.20 carats. Each panel measures 8.2mm wide, and even the side of the bracelet has been beautifully hand engraved highlighting just how much thought and attention went into hand making this bracelet all those years ago. From near or far this bracelet is truly magnificent and a real testament to the quality produced duringÂ the wonderful Art Deco era. Stock# ES9358 Circa: 1930 $Sold