• A stylish Art Deco Ruby and Diamond three stone ring. A round cut Ruby weighing 23 points has been set in platinum, with an old-cut diamond set on either side. These diamonds have a combined weight of 10 points and like the Ruby, they have been mounted in platinum. The band is made from rich 18ct yellow gold, with scroll detailing to the shoulders. This ring would make a beautiful engagement ring. Ring size: UK size M, US size 6.25, top section 11mm x 4mm, weight 2.5g. This ring can be re-sized free of charge, upon request. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • A distinctive pair of Sapphire and Mother of Pearl cufflinks. Round-cut Sapphires have been set in Mother of Pearl panels and framed in 9ct white gold. The backs and connecting fetter links have been made from 9ct yellow gold, creating a beautiful contrast. An elegant pair of Art Deco cufflinks. Total Sapphire weight: 24 points. Metal: 9ct white & yellow gold. Size: 11mm x 11mm, weight: 2.6g each. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ).
  • 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 ).
  • A very pretty aventurine swirl necklace. These shimmering glass beads were made by a Venetian artist, who mixed crushed aventurine gemstone dust with molten glass. The necklace chain is made of fetter links with small faceted amber glass pieces intermittently spaced. Which gives a further depth to this gorgeous necklace. A fine example of the very high standards to which Venetian artists work. Size : 45cm x 12mm, weight 26.2g. Period: Art Deco Jewellery ( 1920 – 1935 ). All items are presented in one of our beautiful signature boxes, with complementary delivery on all orders.


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