Art Deco dog pendant made of 18 karat rose gold (750) and platinum. This tiny pendant is triangular in shape, featuring a seated dog intricately crafted in openwork at the center. This piece of jewelry can also be worn on a charm bracelet. Art Deco pendant, circa 1930, from France.
French hallmark eagle’s head and an illegible goldsmith’s hallmark.
Antique garnet and enamel ring in 18 karat (750) antique rose gold. Ring with a round pink garnet in a claw setting forming a corolla. The ring is decorated with fine scrolls on a black enamel background. Antique 19th century ring.
Owl hallmark (french State hallmarks for 18-karat gold)
Art Deco diamond ring in 18 karat white gold (750) and platinum. Exquisite Art Deco ring centered around a diamond weighing approximately 0.03 carats. The platinum structure holding the diamond is composed of geometric lines, forming a hexagon and crafted in an openwork design. The platinum has been adorned with beading. An antique ring, circa 1925, France.
Eagle head hallmark, dog head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)
Finger size: 64.5 EU or 10.75 US (resizing possible but may result in losing the hallmarks)
Dimensions of the setting: 12 x 10 mm
Estimated diamond weight: 0.03 carats
Condition: Small chips on the stone and signs of wear
Art Deco pearl clip brooch in 18-karat rose and yellow gold (750). The geometric motif takes the form of an L in rose gold, flanked by two bars in different shades of yellow gold. The clip is adorned with 6 white cultured pearls, all of the same diameter, arranged at the ends of the jewel. Dating from the transitional period between Art Deco and Retro, circa 1935/1940.
Hallmarked with the eagle’s head (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold) and the jeweler’s hallmark for Laurent & Bernard (active in Paris since 1931).
Dimensions: 24 x 20 mm
Diameter of a pearl: 4 mm
Note: this jewel can be worn on the lapel of a shirt collar, a jacket collar or as head jewellery.
Condition: minor signs of wear
Tank retro ruby ringin 18 karat (750) rose gold. Tank ring with a line of six baguette-cut synthetic rubies (French Verneuil). The rubies are set on a volume motif in the form of a bridge. Typical Retro period Tank ring, circa 1945.
Eagle head hallmark (French hallmark)
Finger size: 53 EU or 6.5 US (can be change)
Max. ring width: 13 mm
Condition : scratches from use
Weight : 7 gr
Jewellery history: Retro jewellery is characterised by the use of yellow gold, the development of 3-D volumes and the rarity of precious stones. Here we have a perfect example of these jewels: a large volume, the use of synthetic rubies – making up for the lack of precious stones available on the market after the War. The Second World War had a considerable impact on jewellery fashion at the time, sweeping aside the taste for ‘white’, the geometric ‘flat’ and the abundance of gems of the Art Deco period.
Art Nouveau December medal in 18 karat (750) pink and green gold. Rare December pendant decorated with mistletoe leaves and set in the centre with a very dark red cabochon imitation stone. The month “December” is inscribed in openwork gold at the top of the pendant. Antique pendant from the early 20th century, Art Nouveau period.
Eagle head hallmark, illegible goldsmith’s hallmark, “registered” mark.
Cluster ring Perpignan garnets in 18k rose gold. Antique ring centred on a round garnet surrounded by six round rose-cut garnets set in pearls. The main garnet is mounted on a structure attached by clasps/rings to the head of the ring. The ring is soberly decorated with a gadroon on each shoulder. The gold structure is finely decorated with triangular V-shaped figures on the edges, and the back of the bezels is domed. These stones are known as “perpignan” or “rose” cut and are faceted on the top but flat on the underside. These garnets have a beautiful raspberry, pink-red and slightly purplish colour. These colours are typical of Perpignan jewellery, with a palette of shades that is revealed in the sunlight.Regional jewellery from the middle of 19th century, France.
Eagle head hallmark, goldsmith’s hallmark illegible.
Finger size: 59 EU or 8.75 US (can be changed)
Ring head size: 12 x 12 mm
Condition: scratches from use, wears on the main stone, a prong missing
Weight: 2.7 g
More information : The paillon is an ancient technique that consists of placing a sheet of metal under the stone, at the bottom of the bezel, to accentuate its brilliance. The cut and method of manufacture of this Catalan jewellery dates back to the 18th century.
Modernist coral pendant in 18 karat yellow gold. Large circular pendant adorned with square-shaped coral plaques of various colors: white, pink, and reddish-orange. The pendant is crafted in 18 karat yellow gold (750). A vintage pendant from the 1980s/1990s, originating from France.
Art Nouveau citrine diamond ring in 18 karat (750) rose gold and platinum. Antique ring centred on a large citrine weighing 1.68 carats, set off by two platinum scrolls set with four rose-cut diamonds, surrounding the citrine. Antique ring, circa 1915.
Hallmarked owl (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold)
Eros Love brooch in 18 karat (750) yellow gold. Antique brooch decorated with openwork gold leaf depicting an antique scene with Eros leaning on a stele decorated with a flaming heart. The gold leaf is applied to a square of silk. The ring is encircled by gold and onyx. The back of the jewel opens to conceal a photograph or a lock of hair. Antique brooch, circa 1870. Sentimental jewellery, France.
Eagle head hallmark and PC goldsmith hallmark.
Diameter: 27 mm
Condition: scratches from use, tiny chip to the onyx
Diamond sapphire smile ring in 18 karat (750) yellow gold. System ring set with a line of 9 square calibrated sapphires in a rail setting, forming a smile. This ring can be opened and closed in a single movement. The surface of the ring is set with ten brilliant-cut diamonds. Ring signed Sifani.
French cluster emerald ring. French cluster emerald ring in 18 karat pink gold and platinum. Antique cluster ring with a round-cut emerald set with eight claws. The emerald is surrounded by eight Dutch rose-cut diamonds. Each shoulder of the ring is also set with a diamond. Antique engagement ring, circa 1920, France.
Eagle’s head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold) and illegible silversmith hallmark.