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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.
Art Deco jewellery has never gone out of fashion or style and here is a magnificent Art Deco onyx and diamond bracelet that was so beautifully hand made in the 1920's and is destined to always be admired. Set with fifty four diamonds that total 1.62 carats, the sparkle from these diamonds is just wonderful and is sure to stand out day or night. Highlighted with fifty four pieces of black onyx which makes a wonderful contrast against the pure white of the diamonds, it makes the wonderful design of this bracelet stand out even more. The elegance of jewellery from the Art Deco period is just so captivating, and this bracelet is so comfortable and practical to wear all the time. Measuring a comfortable 19cm in length, the bracelet is made out of platinum with an 18ct yellow gold tongue clasp and is fitted with a safety catch for added security. This Art Deco onyx and diamond bracelet has such a perfect black and white contrast and will always be admired every single time that it is worn. Stock# ES7353 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is a magnificent antique mother of pearl opera glasses that come in their original box and engraved with the most charming and sweet sentiment. Made in Paris by Lemaire Fabricant and retailed by the American company A. Stowell & Co, these opera glasses are still in superb condition and can still be used today. Wrapped in mother of pearl makes it attractive, however the fact that these had been dyed purple makes them so unique and even more special and rare compared to other mother of pearl opera glasses. The colour of the mother of pearl is just so beautiful and feminine and really takes you back to a bygone era. And then engraved on the base is the sweetest hand engraving of "Charles to Anne Dec 25 1868" that really makes you smile when you think of the story and love behind these opera glasses. Fitted in their original case which itself is wonderful to still have over 140 years later adds to the charm and collectable of these opera glasses. So charming and full of colour, these antique opera glasses are just divine. Stock# T587 Maker: Lemaire Fabricant Paris Retailer: A. Stowell & Co Circa: 1868 $Sold.
Here is such an elegant antique rose gold opal and green garnet locket from the Edwardian era of the early 1900's that looks so elegant thanks to its simple design and elegance of the cluster of opals and a garnet in the centre. Garnets are more commonly found in a deep burgundy red colour, however they also come in a range of colours such as the wonderful deep mint green seen here in this tsavorite garnet. Surrounded by six solid white opals that are so well matched in colour, both the opals and garnet sit in the centre and really stand out so well set against the gorgeous 9ct rose gold. The colour from the rose gold has such a wonderful warm tone to it that look amazing on the skin and has that proper rose colour as opposed to so much of the pink/coppery colour seen in modern rose gold design. Measuring 24mm in diameter on the outside, inside the locket allows two photos to be put inside, and once this is done it makes this locket become so much more personal. With such a timeless design, this antique photo locket will always be loved and cherished. Stock# ES7225 Circa: 1900 $Sold
Here is such a pretty and feminine rose gold antique Albertina bracelet that dates from the late 1800's and has such a wonderful look and style to it no matter how it is worn. Originally designed to hold a ladies fob watch at one end and secured through a lapel via the tee bar at the other end, Albertina's are now often worn as a bracelet or attached to a chain to make such a unique necklace. From end to end it measures 20.5cm and when worn as a bracelet it measures 19.5cm, the tee bar at one end is itself so pretty with the lovely twist design. Designed with a double chain design, there is also the ball and two fancy pieces as well as the gorgeous heart hanging from one side. This can be worn as a bracelet so easily or when connected to a chain at each end, around the neck it looks divine. No matter where or how this antique Albertina is worn, there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES7284 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Dating from the 1880's, this antique pearl and diamond bangle has such a romantic and elegant to look to it that will make it constantly be admired as it sits gracefully on the wrist. Made in 15ct rose gold, even the colour of the rose gold is so soft and feminine and suits the overall design of this antique bangle so well. Designed with a floral motif, in the centre is a gorgeous cluster of pearls surrounding a diamond, with more of the floral theme on each side with more pearls. The way there are three rows of gold supporting it all works so well to allow the skin tone to come through and highlight the piece even more. From one pearl at one end across to the other, this distance measures 4.4cm and the bangle is fitted with a safety chain for added peace of mind. No matter where this bangle is worn, it is destined to always be admired. Stock# ES7280 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Here is a stunning 1920s Art Deco diamond engagement ring that was hand made in platinum and showcases why genuine Art Deco engagement rings have never gone out of fashion, style or demand thanks to the wonderful designs. Sitting so elegantly on the finger, this ring is set with an early brilliant cut diamond in the centre that measures 0.42 carats and is F in colour and Si in clarity and then surrounded by twelve more. However so much thought went into these additional diamonds. As they were all cut by hand and there was not the technology to cut the smaller diamonds with more facets, looking closely at the ring you will see that the diamonds actually so finely graduate in size. Near the band on each side are two single cut diamonds and then going along the top and bottom graduating larger towards the top, are four European cut diamonds on each side. These additional diamonds total 0.52 carats and sparkle so well and are F to G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity. Measuring 9.2mm wide by 10.5mm this is such an elegant and perfect example of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring whose style has lasted through the ages. Stock# ES7201 Circa: 1920 $Sold
The Albertina was originally designed not as a bracelet but to hold a ladies pocket watch at one end and secure the tee bar onto an outfit and here is a very beautiful antique sterling silver Albertina dating from the 1880's with three rows of chain and will look so beautiful worn on the wrist, or attached to a chain to wear around the neck. Attached with a tassel that has the fox tail links that move and sway so beautifully as well as having its tee bar, this is such a stylish piece of Victorian jewellery that is so versatile in how it can be worn. Laid out from end to end it measures 26cm in length and as a bracelet will reduce to a comfortable 19cm when the swivel clip is attached to the link just before the tee bar. With two belcher link chains on the outside and a twisted rope link in the middle, it also has its lovely slide which adds that extra charm and character that is really shows why these original antique Albertina bracelets are so much more unique and special than the modern charm bracelets that are being mass produced today. This Albertina has so much charm and character and will always be loved and admired no matter how or where it is worn. Stock# ES7211 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Here is such an elegant and stylish Art Deco amethyst and pearl necklace that sits so well on the neckline and is so comfortable and practical to wear all the time day or night and always be admired and appreciated for its elegance and class. Made in the 1920's in 9ct gold, this necklace is set with two pearls and an amethyst at the bottom in such an elegant and stylish design that just flows so beautifully. This section measures 5.1cm and the chain itself measures 37cm in length allowing the pendant section to sit so well on the neckline. Perfect for day or evening wear, this Art Deco amethyst and pearl necklace is just so elegant and is destined to always be commented on. Stock# ES7243 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a very elegant antique diamond brooch that dates from the Victorian era of the 1890's and looks so elegant on any outfit day or night. Made in 15ct gold, this brooch has the ability to be worn horizontal or at an angle and always look so beautiful thanks to a classical design and set with the five antique cut diamonds. The diamonds total 0.25 carats and the brooch measures 4.6cm across by 1.2cm wide and at each end has the most wonderful scalloped design. This is such an attractive and elegant example of a diamond brooch from the Victorian era that will always look so incredibly beautiful. Stock# ES7254 Circa: 1890 $Sold
The suffragette movement of the late 1800's and early 1900's was pivotal in giving among other aspects, the right for women to vote and was represented by the colours green, white and violet as can be seen here in this spectacular antique suffragette necklace. In an incredible fringe design, this suffragette necklace is just breathtaking and sits perfectly on the neckline. Set with peridot for the green colour, garnets for the violet and pearls for the white, this colour combination works so well together and the design as well makes it so attractive and is destined to always be admired every time that it is worn. Laid out from end to end the necklace measures 45cm and from one pearl across to the other end, this distance measures 10cm and the longest drop in the centre measures 4.5cm and will certainly stand out so well regardless of when or where it is worn. The suffragette movement was a period of time in history that was so important for the rights of women and this antique suffragette necklace not only embodies that, but also looks just spectacular. Stock# T337 Circa: 1900 $Sold.