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  • A pair of highly polished Victorian Bloodstone drop earrings. These beautiful elongated bloodstones have been set in 9ct yellow gold and fitted with shepherd hook backs. Size: 7mm x 39mm, weight: 2.1g each. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An eye-catching Edwardian Sapphire and Diamond ring. A graduated row of alternating sapphires and old cut diamonds have been set in rich 18ct yellow gold and finished with scroll detailing.  This beautiful boat-shaped ring is hallmarked for Birmingham 1916. Total Sapphire Weight: 31 points. Total Diamond Weight: 10 points. Ring size: UK size N, US size 6.75, top section: 15mm x 7mm, weight 2.6g, This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period:  Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 to 1914 ).
  • A delightful pair of marquise-shaped Victorian earrings. An old cut diamond has been mounted using a star-shaped setting in each earring and is surrounded by a decorative border containing spilt seed pearls. A very pretty pair of antique earrings. Size: 13mm x 34mm, weight: 4.7g each. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A vibrant five stone Amethyst ring. Graduated Amethyst gemstones weighing 1.28ct have been set in 9ct yellow gold. These gemstones have excellent clarity which makes them look bright and lively when worn. This beautiful vintage ring is hallmarked for London 1977. Ring size: UK: O, US: 7.25, top section: 8mm x 20mm, weight: 4.1g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960`s onwards ).
  • A stylish pair of Victorian 9ct gold and diamond earrings. An old mine cut diamond has been mounted in a star-shaped setting on an oval plaque. This oval plaque is hinged within an Etruscan revival frame, allowing it to move independently. These beautifully designed earrings look very flattering when worn. Size: 13mm x 34mm, weight: 2g each. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A striking old cut diamond tie pin. A central diamond weighing 15 points has been mounted in 18ct yellow gold and is surrounded by seven diamonds weighing eight points each. These diamonds have excellent clarity, which allows them to catch the light beautifully. This tie pin is presented in its original box. Circa 1880s. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Total Diamond Weight: 71 points. Size: 10mm x 66mm, weight: 2.2g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A classic Victorian 9ct gold swivel fob. Containing a bloodstone on one side, with a carnelian gemstone on the other side. This beautifully designed fob is hallmarked for Birmingham 1894. Size: 19mm in diameter x 9mm thick, weight: 7.4g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • An intricate Edwardian split pearl star pendant. This 9ct gold star with graduated split seed pearls features a central flower, along with intersecting flowers. The back of this pendant has been fitted with a hinged pin, allowing it to also be used as a brooch. A very pretty Edwardian pendant. Pendant size: 33mm in diameter, weight: 4g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A bright Victorian Citrine tie pin. A citrine gemstone weighing 2.33ct has been securely mounted in 9ct gold with four double claw settings. This citrine has excellent clarity, which catches the light beautifully. Size: 9mm x 58mm, weight: 2g. Period: Victorian Jewellery ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A romantic Art Nouveau Pendant. A beautifully detailed Limoges enamel on copper depicting a young woman in profile. Which has been mounted in a 9ct gold frame with a twisted rope border. This wonderful enamel pendant is signed Limoges by Lespous. Size: 21mm x 37mm, weight: 4.9g. Period: Art Nouveau Jewellery ( 1890 – 1901 ).
  • An original pair of Georgian paste earrings. These foil back paste stones have been set in a 9ct yellow gold closed back settings and fitted with shepherd hooks. The foil backing is to enhance the stone`s sparkle and has aged beautifully with little patches of foxing visible, circa 1870. Size: 9mm in diameter, weight: 0.9g each. Period: Georgian Jewellery ( 1714 – 1837 ).
  • A stunning pair of Edwardian mother of pearl and diamond cufflinks. On each mother of pearl cufflink, a central old cut diamond has been mounted on 18ct white gold and finished with a milgrain border. Surrounding each of these beautiful central diamonds are a row of twenty single cut diamonds, again set in 18ct white gold and finished with a milgrain border. The cufflink backs, torpedo toggles, and cable link chains are made from 18ct yellow gold. An unrivaled pair of cufflinks, that look amazing when worn. These cufflinks are presented in their original box. Total diamond weigh: 74 points. Size: 14mm in diameter, weight: 3.1g each. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A stylish pair of Victorian Coral drop earrings. Teardrop-shaped coral has been set in 9ct yellow, with shepherd hook backs. A classic pair of earrings, that would suit any occasion. Size: 6mm x 28mm, total weight: 2.6g. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A stylish Seed Pearl and Onyx dress set. The set consists of a pair of cufflinks and three studs. Natural split seed pearls are set in onyx and finished with decorative sterling silver borders, which creates a beautiful contrast. This timeless dress set is presented in its original box. Cufflink size: 14mm in diameter, weight: 2.7g each. Stud size: 7mm in diameter, weight: 1.4g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • An impressive 9ct gold and diamond signet ring. The focal point is a round cut diamond mounted in a star-shaped setting, with geometric lines radiating from an arch. This signet ring is hallmarked for Birmingham 1966 and looks quite distinguished when worn. Ring size: UK: Y, US: 12.25, top section: 17mm in diameter, weight: 9.1g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960`s onwards ).
  • An intricate 9ct gold and silver tortoiseshell pique cross pendant. Pique is a technique in which gold and silver are inlaid into tortoiseshell. Pique jewellery became very popular in Victorian times with large amounts being produced in Birmingham in the 1870s, made possible due to advances in production techniques. This exquisite pique cross pendant is an excellent example of Victorian skill. Size: 38mm x 58mm, weight: 4.3g. Period: Victorian ( 1837 – 1901 ).
  • A skillfully crafted pair of Art Deco Georg Jensen earrings. Hand-wrought in sterling silver to form scallop seashells containing a pearl. This wonderful pair of stylised earrings are signed Georg Jensen Inc USA, Circa 1930s. Size: 16mm in Diameter, Weight: 3.1g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A highly polished 9ct gold agate ring. A large cabochon agate weighing 10ct has been set in 9ct yellow gold and surrounded by a rope border. This ring is hallmarked for London  1967. A beautiful and timeless dress ring. Ring size: UK: N, US: 6.75, top section: 15mm x 20mm, weight: 4.7g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period: Modern Jewellery ( the 1960`s onwards ).
  • An Edwardian Etruscan revival diamond tie pin. An old mine cut diamond weighing five points has been mounted in 9ct yellow gold in a star setting. This classic tie pin is hallmarked for Chester 1905. All of our tie pins are sold with a stopper fitted to the point. Size: 10mm x 49mm, weight: 1g. Period: Edwardian Jewellery ( 1901 –  1914 ).
  • A magical Art Deco Harlequin glass ring. A marquise-shaped harlequin art glass cabochon has been set in sterling silver and finished with a milgrain border. Manufactured by Thomas L. Mott, circa 1920s. Ring size: UK: H, US: 4, top section size: 10mm x 21mm, weight: 3.4g. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).