A Stunning Art Nouveau Jade Pendant Brooch with Seed Pearls in 14kt Yellow Gold

Art Nouveau Jade Pendant Brooch with Seed Pearls in 14kt Yellow Gold This early 1900s pendant brooch combination is a beautiful and whimsical example of Art Nouveau design as it is extremely fluid entertaining a leaf motif. The centerpiece is … Continued

The Exquisite Hohenzollern Pink Topaz Parure

Hohenzollern Pink Topaz Parure, Germany (early 19th c; from top, Tiara, Necklace, Brooch, Earrings; pink topazes, diamonds, gold, silver). The entire parure now belongs to the Albion Art Institute. Albion Art – Royal Pink Topaz Parure  From Albion Art Institute … Continued

An Gorgeous Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Brooch, by Mauboussin

An Art Deco sapphire and diamond brooch, by Mauboussin Paris, circa 1924. Set throughout with old European- and single-cut diamonds, and calibré-cut sapphires. The openwork platinum mount shows the typical ‘millegrains’ finish. Unsigned. Accompanied by the Mauboussin certificate of authenticity. … Continued

A Gorgeous Peridot Diamond Star Motif Pin

  Small stylized star pin, showcasing a fine step-cut peridot weighing approximately 17.28 carats, in a diamond-accented platinum-topped gold frame, secured by a 14k yellow gold pin stem, signed Marcus & Co, circa 1905. Diamonds weighing approximately 0.44 total carats. … Continued

Gorgeous Designer Jewelry With Vivid Color

A gorgeous array of vivid gemstone and diamond jewelry that will bewilder the eyes.  The gemstones are eye clean and bursting with color from beautiful blues to enchanting greens.  These are very creative designs, and pleasurable play on the visual … Continued

Alluring and Exquisite Vintage Jewelry to Dazzle the Senses

  Many of the most exquisite pieces of estate and vintage jewelry have ended up under the roof of Lang Antique & Estate Jewelry.  You will find a huge selection of all types of jewelry here including diamond and gemstone … Continued

Wallace Chan’ collection of extraordinary jewels and butterfly brooches ”The Path to Enlightenment – Art and Zen’

Hong Kong native Wallace Chan began his career carving precious stones. Showing an innate gift for this craft he developed what he later called the “Wallace Cut” an adaptation of the medieval intaglio and cameo carving techniques that creates a … Continued

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