Purchased Jewelry

We have provided photos and descriptions of several estate jewelry items for your viewing pleasure. We hope that you enjoy the beauty and value of each piece. We also provided these purchased jewelry items so you can see that you may have jewelry very similar to what we purchase. Please contact us with any questions or comments that you may have. 

  • Slide Bracelet

    This 1950s Slide bracelet is similar to a charm bracelet. Each slide was chosen to represent someone or something, From wedding anniversaries and birthdays to Lindbergh’s flight across the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Gold Necklace

    This gold necklace is one example of the many different styles of gold necklaces and jewelry. Gold prices are at all time highs!

  • Cartier Pendant

    The simple elegance of this Cartier diamond pendant is impressive. This pendant contains one 6 carat square emerald cut diamond that would lay beautifully on anyone.

  • 3 Set Bracelet

    Modern jewelry is both beautiful and practical. These three bracelets can we worn separately or together as shown. In the 1920s and 1930s it was fashionable to wear bracelets 2 and 3 bracelets at a time.

  • Pol Bury Kinetic Bracelet

    This bracelet is a fine example of the kind of jewelry Modernist artists were designing in the 1960s and 1970s.

  • Graff Sapphire Necklace

    This sapphire necklace by Graff is set with 26 cushion-cut sapphires totaling 102.87 cts., ranging from vivid pinks to oranges to yellows to blues to violets and sprinkled throughout with 26 round brilliant diamonds.

  • American Flag Pin

    This grand old flag is a great example of the whimsical style of Tiffany & Co. and the great talent of their jewelers. Made of sapphires, rubies and diamonds, the American Flag pin was proudly worn on the lapel of the wife of a General of the U.S. Armed Forces.

  • Buccellatti Wedding Band

    Buccellatti wedding bands like this one were the hottest item on the market in 2007-2008.

  • Tiffany & Co. Pendant

    This Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti gold and diamond heart pendant is quite popular.

  • Sapphire & Diamond Ring

    This Ballerina ring, similar to the style worn by Princess Diana, is a spectacular 19 carat cushion cut Burmese Sapphire surrounded by round diamonds. This truly special ring was created by Van Cleef & Arpels in the 1950s.

  • Fancy Yellow Diamond

    This 12.02 carat Fancy Intense Yellow Radiant Cut diamond is breathtaking!

  • Three Diamond Bands

    These three platinum and diamond wedding bands can be worn separately or stacked.

  • Diamond Angel Wings

    Magnificently crafted, these winged clips are encrusted with pave set old cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 20.00 carats mounted in platinum with a yellow gold back.

  • Cushion Cut Diamond Pendant

    This platinum and diamond pendant holds an approximate 1.05 carat cushion cut diamond and is accented by the surrounding round diamonds. On a simple platinum chain, the piece is quite lovely on.

  • Marquise Diamond Earrings

    These beautiful diamond earrings are unique in their design, and have a fun and whimsical art deco style.

  • Diamond Scarf Necklace

    This Scarf necklace was made in the 1950′s and is an example of timeless elegance. Popular in style since the 1930′s, they are still made in different variations today.

  • Diamond Bow Pin

    This bow pin is a traditionally designed, Edwardian styled brooch. The center diamond is approximately .60 carats. The surrounding diamonds contain almost 4 carats of diamonds total.

  • Emerald & Diamond Flower Pin

    Brooches are not particularly popular in today’s jewelry market. However, this diamond flower pin is absolutely stunning.

  • Harry Winston Diamond Ring

    This beautiful diamond ring has a center diamond weighing 5.22 carats and has a color and clarity grade of F/VS2. Surrounding the diamond are approximately 2.10 carats of round diamonds.

  • Diamond Engagement Ring

    This gorgeous engagement ring displays a 1.26 Cushion Cut GIA Certified diamond set in a platinum with a diamond deco style mounting.

  • 3 Stone Diamond Ring

    This three stone diamond ring contains a 1.08 F SI1 Round Brilliant Cut Diamond along with two side stones, a .61 and a .60 FSI1. This classic ring is set in platinum with small princess cut diamonds giving it a modern look and style.

  • Pearl and Diamond Pendant

    This natural pearl and diamond horse shoe pendant is beautiful. Natural pearls of this size can be quite valuable.

  • Road to Ruins Cufflinks

    These interesting cufflinks speak for themselves as a tribute to a whimsical time.

  • Bird Pin

    Birds were often used as brooches as they were given movement by the wearer. Birds have been used as a motif by every major jewelry designer such as Van Cleef & Arpels, David Webb, Tiffany & Co., Cartier and more.

  • Reproduction Cameo Bracelet

    This piece displays a reproduction cameo in a gold cuff bracelet. Cameos have gone out of style in recent years.

  • Butterfly Pin

    Nature in the form of the Butterfly, dragon flies and other flying bugs were popular in the 19th century as the worlds fascination with nature grew. In the later parts of the century, color was added to designs like this one to make nature sing a little bit more

  • Sapphire & Diamond Earrings

    Made in the late 1940s, these earrings display old mine cut diamonds and cushion cut sapphires. The old mine cut diamonds added charm and did not take away from the brilliance and beauty of the sapphires. This is a classic, simple and elegant design.

  • Coral and Gold Pin

    Many jewelry designers over the years have been inspired by the ocean.

  • Antique Pin

    Originally the center piece of a choker, this brooch is from the turn of the century and provides a great example of the workmanship and style of its era. Chokers were often worn on a silk or velvet band around the neck. The design features leaves and fruit which were considered high fashion at the time.

  • Gold & Diamond Brooch

    This Victorian style brooch is a great example of popular turn of the century flower brooches. This piece is made in gold with cushion cut diamonds, with a focus on the larger cushion cut center stone. The metal has been repaired quite a few times, reducing its value. Although having many repairs, this brooch is still a beautiful, wearable piece of Victorian Jewelry.

  • Antique & Estate Jewelry

    These jade and diamond art deco hair clips were produced in the 1920s. They are a fabulous example of the craftsmanship and detail that is difficult to replicate today. Unfortunately, one of the clips was cracked and jade is not repairable.