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The design and colour of the gold in this bangle is so attractive and will always be admired. Made in the early 1900's the bangle measures 10.6mm wide and being hinged allows it to sit perfectly on the wrist and is so comfortable to wear al the time. In wonderful condition, it is a versatile bangle to wear for any occasion. Stock# ET121 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
This antique pendant was made in the Edwardian era in the early 1900's and is the perfect style and design to wear during the day or for that event in the evening and always look so elegant. Made in 9 carat rose gold, the pendant is set with one garnet in the centre and another suspended from the bottom, and all of this is made all the more beautiful by the elegant flowing design of the pendant which is highlighted further by the sweet seed pearls. Measuring 23.2mm across by 37.9mm plus the bail for the chain to go through, this is such a charming pendant and one that will always be perfect for any time of the day or night. Stock# ET215 Circa: 1910 $Sold
The cut of these diamonds are truly fabulous and not only would this ring suit any finger and occasion, but it would also make a very beautiful and unique antique diamond engagement ring. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in the late Victorian era of the 1890's, the ring is set with a European cut diamond in the centre that measures 0.45 carats. However instead of having another European cut diamond on each side, there is the most incredible antique pear cut diamond that look amazing. These fancy pear cut diamonds total 0.90 carats and they accentuate the tapering of the width across the top of the ring so well. Then set on either side of the centre diamond as well as at each end, there are a total of six rose cut diamonds to add to not only the sparkle of the ring, but charm and character as well. Having a total weight of 0.06 carats, although these diamonds are small, they add a gorgeous sparkle to the ring and just like the other diamonds have the charm and character of being cut by hand, And then on the side of the ring is the most beautiful scroll work that compliments the entire ring so well and shows just how much attention and care was put into making this ring all those years ago. From every angle that you look at this ring, there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Stock# ET199 Circa: 1890 Sold.
The colours and design in this bracelet is just wonderful to admire, and will surprise many when the realise that is was made well over 120 years ago yet still looks as beautiful and fashionable today as when it was made during the Victorian era. Queen Victoria loved her Stuart ancestry and made Scottish agate and jasper jewellery popular, and this bracelet highlights just why this is. Made in sterling silver in the 1890's, the bracelet is made up of eight panels each set with a geometric design that is set with bloodstone and jasper that looks amazing and is highlighted further by the exquisite hand engraving on each panel. Each panel measures 1.5cm wide, and from end to end the bracelet measures 17.2cm in length and looks absolutely stunning on the wrist. This bracelet is so comfortable and practical to wear day or night, and no matter the occasion, it is sure to always be admired. Stock# ET126 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is an exquisite antique micromosaic brooch that dates from the 1870's and is as beautiful from afar as it is up close and will no doubt be admired every time that it is worn. Micromosaic jewellery is made using incredibly small pieces of ceramics, glass or pebbles known as tesserae and painstakingly laid in a pattern as can be seen here of a scarab beetle. The detail in not only the beetle, but the surround is truly amazing and a true testament to the quality of the artisans of a bygone era. The colours are just so vibrant and day or night, this is one brooch that will always get the attention that it rightly deserves. Measuring 33.3mm in diameter, the Etruscan mount itself is just as beautiful and was made in 18 carat gold. This is a work of art just as much as a piece of jewellery, and one that is sure to become a family treasure. Stock# ET160 Circa: 1890 $Sold
Not only does this bangle have the most beautiful warm tone thanks to the rose gold, but the front is so exquisitely hand engraved that it will have you admiring it every time that it is on your wrist. Made in 1939, the bangle measures 11.5mm wide and being hinged allows it to sit nice and close to the wrist and is incredibly comfortable to wear all the time, day or night. Whereas today many engraved pieces are either done today by machine or simply stamped out, the front of this bangle was beautifully hand engraved. The time and skill needed to hand engrave this would have been immense and is a true testament to the skill of the engraver. Not only is it wonderful to admire, but it is also so tactile to the touch and will amaze all who see it. Perfect for any occasion, this bangle is one that will always be perfect for any occasion. Stock# ES9941 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1939 $Sold.
This antique sterling silver bangle was made in the late Victorian era of the 1890's, and not only makes such a wonderful statement on the wrist thanks in part to its width and beautiful hand engraving, but also as it is highlighted with rose gold. Measuring 41.5mm wide including the balls on each side, this makes such a lovely statement on the wrist and is perfect to wear during the day or night. With the most beautiful floral design that was all hand engraved, this is highlighted perfectly with rose gold for the flowers as well as the elegant border around it. Being hinged allows these bangles to sits nice and close to the wrist, and the quality of this bangle as well as its design, is a real testament to the jewellery that was made well over 100 years ago, yet is still as beautiful today as when it was made. Stock # ES9895 Circa: 1890 $Sold
This necklace was made during the Art Deco period of the 1920's and is so refined and sits perfect on the neck where it will always be admired for its beauty and elegance. Hand made in 15 carat gold, at the top sits a hexagon shaped 3 carat rock crystal that leads so elegantly to a 2.30 carat pear shaped amethyst at the bottom. Like amethyst, rock crystal is also part of the quartz family, an being a colourless stone, it picks up a hint of the gold surround, giving it a warm, subtle colour to it. The length from the rock crystal to the bottom of the amethyst measures 4.1cm, and the entire style and design is one that will so easily allow this to be worn day or night, and without a doubt, when worn with that special outfit, for that special occasion, this will always look so elegant around the neckline. Laid out from end to end, the necklace measures 43cm, and this really is a perfect piece for any woman of any age. Stock# ES9919 Circa: 1920 $Sold
The elegance of the Art Deco era is just one of the reasons why the jewellery made during this time has remained so popular, and here is a ring that was made during this time and is as beautiful and elegant today, as when it was made over 100 years ago. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's, sitting in the centre is a beautiful Colombian emerald that has not only such a beautiful green colour to it, but also a magnificent clarity that allows you to see right through the stone. For centuries Colombian emeralds have been regarded as the best in the world, and this one exemplifies why this is the case. Measuring 0.48 carats in weight, on each side is a lovely European cut diamond that come together to total 0.64 carats and add the perfect amount of sparkle to the ring. Measuring 5.6mm wide at the centre by 14.5mm across, this ring would not only suit any finger and occasion, but also make a spectacular engagement ring that will always be loved and cherished. Stock# ES9904 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
This antique love token pendant is sure to bring a smile to all who see it, and make the wearer feel so warm and loved. Made in France in the early 1900's in sterling silver, the front is made with an enamelled scene of a rooster surrounded by the phrase , "Quand ce coq chantera mon amite finira" which translates to "When this rooster crows my friendship will end". The rooster is the French symbol for their country, representing courage and bravery, and the colours in this rooster are just so beautiful to admire. With such a smooth, tactile feel to it, this will always be a wonderful conversation starter each time that it is admired, and to add to the romance, the reverse side is engraved with "Bijou" meaning "Jewel" Measuring 19.6mm in diameter, this pendant will always be loved and cherished. Â Stock# ES9909 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
Swivels or spinners as they are also known as, were originally worn by men on the end of an Albert chain, but today these antique spinners are often worn by women as a pendant, and here is a wonderful and very unique triple sided antique spinner dating from the 1890's. Made in 9 carat gold, the spinner is set with bloodstone, carnelian and white chalcedony which are all from the cryptocrystalline quartz family making them very durable and therefore even after all these years, they are all n wonderful condition. Measuring 16.5mm across by 25.4mm to the top of the bail, no matter which side is showing there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9892 Circa: 1890 $Sold.