Art Deco pearl cufflinks in silver (935). The cufflinks are circular in shape, centered with a pearl, surrounded by black enamel arranged on a mother-of-pearl disk. The edges of the cufflinks are decorated with regular black enameled lines. This pair of cufflinks dates back to the 1930s, during the Art Deco period.
« Charançon” hallmark, “935” mark, and an illegible maker’s mark.
Belle epoque diamond flower ring in 18 karat (750) rose gold and silver. Antique ring in the form of a flowering branch set with fifteen rose-cut diamonds, two of which are larger. Antique naturalist ring, circa 1880.
Owl and swan hallmarks (French State hallmarks for 18-karat gold and silver)
Antique provençal diamond ring in 18 karat (750 thousandths) pink gold and silver.Antique regional ring from Provence, set with five rose-cut diamonds on a silver and gold setting.The ring is decorated with fine leaves at shoulder level.Antique ring, mid-19th century, France.
Garnet bangle bracelet in 18-karat rose gold (750) and silver. This delicate bracelet forms a wire bangle, adorned with a circular element made of gold and silver serving as the clasp. The clasp is set with a significant cabochon garnet and features scroll motifs. The central element dates back to the 19th century and has been subsequently assembled into this fine bracelet.
Hallmarked with “charançons” (french state hallmarks for 18-karat gold) and a partially legible maker’s mark.
Inner circumference: 17 cm (approximately 6.7 inches)
Clasp dimensions: 14 x 13.8 mm
Antique Victorian Marianne brooch in 18 karat (750) rose gold and silver. Antique brooch decorated with an enamelled portrait Marianne (French symbol) wearing a Phrygian cap topped with a laurel wreath. The portrait is set off by a surround of rose-cut diamonds in a silver setting. Antique brooch, late Victorian period, circa 1880.
AA hallmark, owl and swan hallmarks (French State hallmarks for 18-karat gold and silver)
Belle Epoque flower ring in 18 karat (750) rose gold and silver. Delicate ring forming a flowering branch set with thirteen rose-cut diamonds. The rose gold band divides and is set with a rose-cut diamond of approx. 0.10 carat, set by eight claws. Antique ring, Belle Epoque period, circa 1900.
Eagle head hallmark and goldsmith’s hallmark. (Hallmark for French 18k gold)
Finger size: 53 EU or 6.25 US (can be changed)
Estimated total diamond weight: 0.18 carat
Design dimensions: 13 x 16 mm
Inclusions : graphite inclusions inside diamonds visible with the eyes
Condition: scratches from use, oxidation on silver parts
Antique Victorian diamond earrings in rose gold and silver. Antique earrings set in the lower part with nine flat rose-cut diamonds, including a larger central one. The lower part is mobile and is surmounted by another rose-cut diamond. Antique sleeper, Belle Epoque period, circa 1890.
Swan and owl hallmark
Size : 18 mm x 0.8 mm
Total estimated diamond weight: 0.27 carat
Note: the earrings pass through the front of the lobe and close at the back. For pierced ears.
Condition: scratches from use, old setting, oxidation.
Miniature portrait navette ring in yellow gold 18 karats (750) and silver. Ring with a miniature portrait of a lady in 18th century fashion – protected by a glass. The portrait is surrounded by 36 rose-cut diamonds. The ring’s band is plain and splits into gold strands at the shoulders to hold the ring’s plate. Antique sentimental ring of the late 18th century, early 19th century, Georgian period.
Swan and owl hallmark (French hallmarks, later add)
Finger circumference : 47 EU or 4 US (can be changed)
Total estimated weight of the diamonds : 0,12 carat
Condition : Dust under the glass, scratches from use
Retro ruby diamond compact powder in sterling silver and vermeil. The case is in silver, decorated in the centre with a large vermeil band with a floral composition in a vase. The flowers are decorated with six ruby cabochons and eight rose-cut diamonds.
The powder case contains a bevelled mirror. It opens in two parts. French work in the taste of Boucheron Paris, circa 1945.
Boar hallmark, goldsmith’s mark Jacques Lucien DELETTREZ and Son (1920-1955), worked for René Boivin, traces of numbers.
Victorian paste stone enamel pendant. This pendant is composed in the upper part of a white enamelled flower with black dots surrounded by four faceted pink paste stones imitating topaz. This motif is linked to a central element by three chains set with past stones and fine half pearls. The central element, the most important, is composed of an oval faceted pink paste stones, framed by four enamelled flowers and four foiled paste stones. It supports two drop-shaped pendants. French jewel of the Second Empire, circa 1860, Victorian period.
Length with the clasp: 6.5 cm Width: 2,2 cm
Note: the ring of end and the chain are not of origin.
Weight : 7,1 gr
**The pendant comes with a silver chain. Weight 2,4 gr. Length 44 cm**.
Tank diamond ring 0.50 ct in 18 karat (750) rose gold and silver. Tank ring centred with a large transitionnal brilliant cut diamond weighing approximately 0.50 carat. The diamond is supported by two small scrolls each set with three rose-cut diamonds. The top of the ring is entirely paved with rose-cut diamonds (22 in total), framing the entire composition. Tank ring from the Retro period, circa 1940.
Owl and swan hallmarks (French State hallmarks for gold and silver)
Finger size: 53.5 EU or 6.5 US (can be changed)
Estimated weight of the main diamond : 0.50 carat
Total estimated diamond weight : 0.84 carat
Condition : Old trace of cutting, scratches from use
Art Nouveau Leroyer pendant in silver (800). Art Nouveau pendant (1895-1910) in the form of two ears of wheat enclosing a cabochon of chrysoprase (green chalcedony) mobile in closed setting. Art Nouveau wheat ear pendant by Leroyer, signed on the front, circa 1900, France.
Boar hallmark, goldsmith’s hallmark, signed LEROYER
Dimensions : 63 mm x 34 mm
Chalcedony size : 23 x 7 mm
Note : the chalcedony has been tinted, it was very common in 1900.
Condition : oxidation and scratches from use
More about chrysoprase / green chalcedony: Chrysoprase is a green monocrystallised chalcedony whose name evokes its colour: from the Greek “krhusos” meaning “gold” and “prasinos” meaning light green “leek” colour. This natural stone owes its green/yellow colour to nickel and its more intense green colour to chromium. Chalcedony is often dyed by humans to obtain a more intense green colour to imitate natural stone.