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
The platinum band of this antique filigree and diamond wedding ring boasts filigree work and milgrained rhomboids. Each of the ten rhomboids that surround this antique wedding ring is set with a round single cut diamond. The total diamond weight of this antique wedding ring is 0.30 carats. Circa 1935 or later.
The rectangular step cut green and black accents add a colorful Art Deco touch to these antique style dangle earrings. A collection of twenty-six old style round full and rose cut diamonds are arranged in an unusual tribal warrior design. The combined weight of these antique style earrings' diamonds is 0.32 carats. The earrings have platinum tops and 18k yellow gold backs. Circa 2007
Early Art Deco jewelry, like this platinum and diamond antique pin, was designed to compliment a lady's elegant handmade gown of silk and lace. This glorious brooch sparkles with 101 diamonds totalling 4.77 carats Three European cut diamonds run down the center of this brooch and total 1.62 carats. Ninety-eight old style round full cut and old style round single cut diamonds are set in the floral jewelry lacework and total approximately 3.15 carats. This elegant antique pin also converts to a pendant. Antique pins like this one are dazzling on the sash of your wedding dress! Circa 1915.
Raspberry honeysuckle overflows from tangled vines in antique Art Deco ruby engagement rings. Set in 18k white gold, this Art Deco engagement ring's pierced scroll band design adds visual interest. In combination, an old style round brilliant cut diamond that is flanked by two square step cut rubies serve as this antique engagement ring's focal point. The diamond weighs 0.24 carats while the rubies add another 0.37 gemstone carats to this Art Deco engagement ring. Circa 1930.
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.