This antique 14 karat yellow gold Egyptian revival brooch of the Victorian era features a bird resembling a condor or vulture. It's body is an unidentified red gemstone carved into a cabochon scarab shape and it's wings are delicately enameled with red, green, white, and blue accents. Fun Fact: a scarab is a scared beetle common in Egyptian motif art works. It is said a scarb beetle is what pushes the sun across the sky responsible for the cycle of day to night time.
This handmade antique Edwardian Era platinum filigree brooch has been set with twelve rubies weighing .65 carat with a center diamond weighing .60 carat and ten round brilliant cuts equaling .46 carat. The floral and milgrain detailing are absolutely incredible the closer you get to this beautiful piece. A must see in person.
14 Karat Yellow Gold Art Nouveau Coral, Pearl and Diamond Pendant-Brooch Combination
A vintage handmade yellow gold pendant with a floral design motif, complete with sculpted leaves and wire-like branches, inlaid with a warm reddish-orange oval cabochon coral and accented with round white pearls and one old European cut diamond weighing approximately .40 carat. The beautiful chain was handmade with alternating regular and knotted links. The chain may be removed and the pendant converts to a brooch for more ways to wear this piece.
This antique rectangle bar pin was handmade in 14 karat yellow gold; featuring a stunning array of delicate design accents, lending a very light and airy feel. It measures 65 x 7 mm. A wonderful example of Victorian era design.
Handmade and engraved this antique cameo brooch has a lovely cherub and Pegasus horse motif. The 14 karat yellow gold holds the shell cameo in place with hand cut prongs that fit delicately into the engraving design which reaches to the edges with not a floral scroll out of place.
This antique cameo set has a lovely brick red hue which is color complimented nicely by the 14 karat yellow gold. The brooch is convertible to a pendant for more ways to wear this set. The ladies' faces are slightly different on both the brooch and the dangling earrings, making them unique to even each other, which is a mark of the craftsmanship and lends to the character.
14 Karat White Gold Diamond and Emerald Art Nouveau Brooch
Our oldest piece of jewelry, this Georgian Era brooch has both flora and fauna if you look close enough. Rose cut diamonds set “rubbed in” yellow gold which has patinaed over time. It measures 45x65 mm and rises 6 mm up off of the pin and catch.
Victorian Era Diamond Brooch with Natural Pearl Dangles
Silver topped gold on this Victorian brooch has a combination of sparkling rose cut and other cuts of diamonds for a total weight of .70 carats. The natural pearl dangles add beautiful movement while wearing.
Edwardian Era Platinum, Diamond and Emerald Brooch