The early Victorian period gave us items like this. Somewhat unusual and a bit gothic. This rare example that appears to look like a Pitbull is made in silver with a gold muzzle. It has a large spiked collar, not something anyone would want to tangle with. The pin back it's self is not gold but some-kind of hardened brass.
This vintage diamond necklace has 111 diamonds with an approximate total weight of 23 carats. the diamonds are F-G in color, VS in clarity. The diamonds are emerald and round brilliant cut. The necklace is made of platinum. Circa 1950's.
This special ladies Cartier Diamond watch "The Trombone" was only available in their boutique stores. This one was purchased in their London Boutique. The watch has 297 round brilliant cut diamonds with and approximate total weight 4.00+ carats. It is made in 18k white gold with the original leather strap. We have only ever seen two other Cartier Trombones come up for sale in the last ten years. This is a special piece that you won't see on everyone else.
This is one of the most unusual opal rings you will ever see. The chocolate red oval opal is 10.73 carats. There is a total of 6.88 carats in champagne and white round brilliant cut diamonds all over the ring. Truly one of a kind in 18 karat rose and white gold.
This green tourmaline ring has a large oval cabochon cut. The cabochon weighs approximately 20.00 carats. Handmade in 18 karat yellow gold and is a size 10 1/2. This ring can be sized up or down 2 sizes at no additional charge.