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Art Deco jewellery is so elegant and refined, and here is a magnificent Art Deco ruby and diamond brooch that exemplifies this wonderful era. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's, the brooch measures an impressive 70.1mm in length by 4.4mm wide and can so easily be worn horizontal as well as on an angle and no there is little doubt that this brooch will always be admired from near or far. The rubies stand out so beautifully set into the pure white of the platinum and the sparkle from the diamonds and in total there are forty four rubies that total 1.23 carats. With three European cut diamonds in the centre and fifty five single cut diamonds along the rest of the brooch, these diamonds come together to total 1.02 carats. Fitted in its original box by Pearce & Sons, this is such an elegant brooch that will never go out of fashion or style. Stock# ES8839 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Jewellery designs from the Art Deco period often took existing ideas and altered them in a unique way such as taking the traditional diamond cluster ring and creating this beautiful fancy diamond cluster ring here. Hand made in platinum in the 1920's, it has taken the round cluster design and put the surrounding round diamonds onto a rectangle plate with the corners cut. This is a stunning ring to admire both on and off the finger and one that sits perfectly and would suit any finger and occasion, including making a truly exceptional and unique diamond engagement ring. In the centre sits a European cut diamond that measures 0.90 carats and is surrounded by twelve round early brilliant cut diamonds that add another 0.84 carats to the ring. The top section of the ring measures 14.2mm across by 12.2mm and thanks to the pure white colour of the platinum and the design of the ring as a whole as well as the sparkle from the diamonds, there is no doubt that this ring will always be loved, admired and appreciated for its elegance and beauty. Stock #ES8737 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
There is nothing like the quality of hand engraving as opposed to machine engraving, and the quality shows on both sides of this very attractive antique rose gold photo locket that was made in 1902. Stock # ES8721 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1902 $Sold.
Here is a very charming vintage silver enamel pink butterfly made in the 1930's in Scandinavia that will be the perfect accessory to any outfit. Measuring 28.2mm 35mm, the enamel is in wonderful condition and feels so smooth and tactile to the touch and will stand out regardless of being worn during the day or the evening. This is such a charming brooch that will always continue to be loved and admired every time that it is worn. Stock# ES8724 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
9 carat rose and green gold brooch made in 1889 Stock# ES8674 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1889 $Sold.
Collars have been around since ancient Egyptian times, and look stunning on the neck, and here is a very elegant antique rose gold collar made in the late Victorian era of the 1890's. More often found in sterling silver, it is wonderful to find a genuine antique collar in gold. The colour of the 9 carat rose gold has that lovely warm tone to it that looks so beautiful against the skin, and this collar can be worn as it is, or with the addition of a locket connected to the bolt ring. Measuring 47.5cm in length, this sits perfectly on the neckline and is made of such a lovely design that feels so tactile to the touch. With the widest links measuring 9.4mm wide, this collar can be worn during the day and well into the evening. Stock# ES8691 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Antique rose gold has such a warm tone to it, and here is a very elegant antique 9 carat rose gold locket that was made in 1916 that has such a lovely colour to it. Still in excellent condition even after 100 years have passed since it was made, this locket is able to fit two photos inside and measures 21.9mm in diameter. The perfect size to sit on a chain around the neck, this is such a simple yet elegant antique photo locket to house those photos of people that you love. Stock# ES8651 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1916 $Sold.
The suffragette movement was pivotal in giving women the right to vote and was characterised by having the colours green, white and violet as can be seen here in this very beautiful antique Edwardian era suffragette pendant made in 15 carat gold. Dating from the early 1900's, the pendant measures 29mm across by 31mm or 44.1mm to the top of the bail and has an elegant flowing design that is reminiscent of the Art Nouveau era. With a peridot in the centre and an amethyst suspended from the bottom, there are also four seed pearls to complete the colours. Perfect for any occasion, this is such an elegant pendant that is steeped in history. Stock# ES8762 Circa: 1910 $Sold
Here is a truly unique and very beautiful Art Deco era sapphire and diamond double sided pendant that is so versatile thanks to one side being set entirely with diamonds and the other with a sapphire in the centre. Hand made in platinum in the 1920's, the pendant measures 26.2mm across by 26.6mm or 35.9mm to the top of the diamond set bail. The design of this pendant is typical of the geometric designs of the jewellery created in the 1920's through to the 1940's and exemplifies why the Art Deco period is as popular today as when the beautiful creations were made all those year ago. On the side with the sapphire, there are a twenty eight rose cut diamonds with a further four rose cut diamonds on the bail and the sapphire in the centre. The sapphire measures 0.12 carats and is a perfect blue colour that stands out against the pure white of the platinum and the sparkle from the diamonds. The other side is again set withÂ twenty eight rose cut diamonds with a further four rose cut diamonds on the bail, and in the centre is a European cut diamond. This centre diamond weighs 0.10 carats and the rose cuts come together to total 0.32 carats. This is such an amazing piece of Art Deco jewellery that is literally two pieces of jewellery in one, that can be worn which ever way forward as the heart desires. Stock# ES8697 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a very rare antique six sided photo locket made in 18 carat gold in France in the early 1900's that is superb to admire when closed as well as when it is open. Whereas most photo lockets fit two photos, this one fits six and these multiple image lockets are often called "family lockets" as they can often fit in all members of the family. Made in an ingenious way that simulates a pocket watch, pressing on the top in the same way as a pocket watch will release the catch and the locket then unfolds on its own thanks to the springs in all of the hinges. It is just as beautiful on both sides of the locket allowing either way to face forward and always look so elegant. Measuring 2.4cm across by 3.6cm to the top of the bow, when opened it fans out to a wonderful 7.5cm across by 10.5cm to the top of the bow, making this a truly exceptional and unique locket. Stock# ES8650 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
The history of collars goes as far back as Egyptian times, and here is a very elegant sterling silver antique collar from the Victorian era of the 1890's. Sitting perfectly around the neck, this collar measures 43.5cm in length and can be worn on its own or with a locket attached to the bolt ring. With the links themselves measuring 8.4mm in width, this is so comfortable and easy to wear all the time and can easily be dressed up for that special event during the evening. Antique collars have such a graceful and elegant appeal to them, and this one is certainly no exception. Stock# ES8625 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Rose gold looks so beautiful, and here is a lovely Edwardian era antique rose gold photo locket made 1906 that is so charming. Measuring 19mm in diameter, this locket can hold two photos and on the front it is set with two pearls and one blue paste all of which is highlighted with a very elegant engraved design at the top, giving the pearls and blue paste a delightful floral style. This antique locket is so charming and will always be admired every time that it is worn. Stock# ES8405 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1906 $Sold.