This hand-wrought antique diamond engagement ring is done in a ying-yang design that showcases the complementary nature of two souls joined by love. The 14k yellow gold band has a platinum top. The platinum elements are accentuated with a collection of twelve rose cut diamonds. These accenting diamonds swirl their way around an old mine cut diamond that weighs 0.11 carats. The centerpiece diamond has a color rating of G and a clarity rating of SI2. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 0.26 carats. Circa 1900.
Tie up her heart with this romantic Edwardian sapphire and pearl antique brooch. Threads of platinum create a delicate bow that is set with old European cut diamonds, pearls, and a center blue sapphire. The ribbon steamers of this wonderful antique pin move ever-so-slightly as you do. This Edwardian antique pin is circa 1910.
In this antique 1920s brooch, coral and pearl come together in a simple but stunning design. Milky droplets of pearl glisten from crevices within white and yellow gold that flows around a coral sphere of magnificent color. The central coral shimmers like a misty sunset. In the realm of brooches, this a true treasure.
Details: Antique, Circa 1920. 14k white and yellow gold. Round cabochon cut coral; 4 carats. 4 round half pearls.
In this stylish Edwardian diamond ring, the finger is wrapped in shining threads. Like gleaming droplets in a delicate web, twin moons of diamond float on platinum strings. The fabulous mounting of this Edwardian antique ring shows off 2 bezel set old European cut diamonds. The total diamond weight in this antique Edwardian ring is 1.88 carats. Circa 1910.
This Edwardian amethyst and pearl antique pin casts the golden and violet hues of a stunning sunset. The circular 14k yellow gold base of this antique brooch is open in the center like a wreath. Nine square faceted mixed cut amethysts encircle this Edwardian brooch. Triangular wedges alternate between the amethysts for a unique collection of geometric elements. Each wedge is studded with a duo of cream and silvery white half pearls. A total of eighteen pearls accentuate this Edwardian amethyst antique pin. Circa 1910.
This fabulous Edwardian platinum and diamond dinner ring shines like the brightest stars in a moonlit sky. The platinum band of this antique dinner ring is highlighted by a GIA certified K-colored, SI1-clarity old European cut diamond. This 1.31-carat diamond is accented with a collection of 62 round single and rectangular table cut diamonds. The total diamond weight of this Edwardian dinner ring is 1.94 carats. The curved design of the setting hugs the top of the finger for a fabulous fit. Circa 1910. From the Topazery Tara Collection.
The raised dome setting of this Edwardian antique filigree diamond engagement ring is highlighted by a floral design. The iridium-platinum setting of this antique engagement ring combines floral filigree cutwork and open-weave carving for a visually stunning display. An old European cut diamond is set at the top of this Edwardian engagement ring's dome. This J colored, SI1 clarity diamond weighs 0.468 carats. Two round single cut diamonds flank the center stone for a total diamond weight of 0.488 carats. Circa 1915.
This lovely Edwardian style sapphire and filigree cross adds a lacy, feminine touch to your neckline. Like a dreamcatcher, the finely detailed filigree work of the platinum-veneered 18k yellow gold base captures your attention and never lets go. Each of this cross's four points is set with a marquise-shaped faceted mixed cut blue sapphire. A collection of old style single, rose and table cut diamonds thread through the filigree. The gemstone weight of this Edwardian style cross is 0.16 carats and the diamond weight is 0.12 carats. Circa 1980 or later
Intricate filigree work in 14k white gold lends appeal to this antique Edwardian diamond filigree brooch. An old style round brilliant cut diamond is set in the center, while four old European cut diamonds serve as shimmering accents down the middle of the brooch. The total diamond weight of the five diamonds that accentuate antique Edwardian brooches like this one is 0.54 carats. Circa 1920
Secure the key to her heart for eternity with this old European cut diamond 3 stone ring. The platinum band of this antique ring is intricately designed in a series of three keyhole cutouts that taper down the shoulders. The squared-off top setting of this antique wedding ring holds three old European cut diamonds that are horizontally set across the finger and total 0.38 carats. May be worn as an antique wedding ring or engagment ring. Circa 1920.
This Edwardian pearl and diamond bar pin has the fresh appeal of a lilypad path leading across a sparkling pond. The platinum bar pin has a contrasting 14k yellow gold pinstem, hinge and clasp. A quintet of old style full cut diamond-centered circles run down this bar pin for a total diamond weight of 0.37 carats. Natural Oriental pearls are interspersed between the diamond rings and caged in triplets at the tails of this Edwardian antique pin. Circa 1910
Old European cut diamonds strip this antique pin, lending maximum shimmer and shine. Constructed of platinum on 18k white gold, this antique pin can be worn either vertically or horizontally. Nineteen old European cut diamonds accent this antique pin for a total diamond weight of 0.86 carats. Circa 1900
Sapphire and diamond Edwardian brooches add a touch of femininity and a splash of color to your favorite 'little black dress.' This antique pin's diamond-accented floral motif is particularly soft and romantic. The forty-four old style full and single cut diamonds that accentuate this Edwardian brooch total 0.86 carats of diamond weight. Thirty triangular and rectangular calibre cut blue sapphires vividly edge this antique pin. The sapphires add 1.00 carat of gemstone weight to the pin. Circa 1920.
The Edwardian period's signature lacy cutwork is showcased in this antique filigree brooch. A diagonal streak of blue sapphires offers an intriguing accent. Set in platinum, the eyelet edging and spring-curled spirals of this Edwardian filigree antique pin soften its rectangular angularity. Provenance reigns supreme in the Tushnett and Strauss trademark. Thirty full cut and one rose cut diamond totaling 0.27 carats lend nonstop shimmer to Edwardian antique pins like this one. Circa 1900.
These Edwardian guilloche enamel antique pins hypnotically transfuse light, lending a rainbow effect to the white-enamel-trimmed pink guilloche enamel. Each pin is rimmed in 14k yellow gold and is highlighted with rounded edges and spaded endpoints. Of probable French origin, this antique Edwardian guilloche enamel pin set can be worn as a matching pair or separated for greater versatility. Circa 1910.