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The Art Deco era of the 1920s and 1930s burst forth with a great amount of exuberance. Piling on the jewels was the way to go. Pearls remained popular and endless variations of the diamond platinum bracelet were prominent. Waistless dresses were embellished with plaque brooches, bar pins and jeweled ornaments.

Rings in geometric forms with hexagonal and octagonal shapes were adorned with diamonds and colorful gemstones. Domed and step mounts allowed all the beauty of the gemstones to sparkle through. Enameled work in colorful configurations draw the eye.

The Art Nouveau style shone brightly and generated passion for a short while at the turn of the century from 1895 to 1910. The Art Nouveau era was distilled by the French, yet the foundation for its distinct look of line and form was influnced by the British Arts & Crafts movement.

There were many practitioners of the Nouveau style in France, yet the work of one man, Rene Lalique defined the era.

The use of gemstones and other materials, enameling and motifs from nature were all popular during the era. Art Nouveau jewelry is more three dimensional and asymmetrical. The female face and body, both naked and clothed, were predominant figures for interpretation in rings, pendants and brooches. Other favourites from the era included butterflies and dragonflies, slithering snakes that represented unending love and mythical creatures. The botanical influence includes the use of irises, pansies, poppies, water lilies and trailing vines. Like a rich dessert that is difficult to digest, the stylistic excess and commercialization of Art Nouveau jewelry contributed to its demise by 1915.

Indulge in our collection of antique & vintage brooches. From the classic to the whimsical there is something that is sure to draw the eye!
Our diverse selection of cocktail rings covers many eras. Indulge in antique, vintage, estate and designer rings that are sure to delight. Each piece is fully guaranteed for complete satisfaction.
Our designer selection highlights pieces from such esteemed houses as Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Bucheron, Ruser, Chanel, Oscar Heyman & Bros, Mikimoto, Buccelati, Georg Jensen, Henry Dunay and Shreve & Co. to contemporary designers such as David Yurman, Temple St. Clair, Gucci, Tacori and many more.
Our collection of earrings spans from classic diamond studs to the unusual with clusters of amethyst, coral and peridot. Each pair offers its own personality for a truly unique look. Fresh items are added weekly!
For the discerning gentleman we offer a great selection of unique antique, vintage, estate and designer pieces. Cufflinks, rings, bracelets and watches are fully inspected and guaranteed for complete satisfaction.
Unique antique, vintage, estate and designer necklaces and pendants cover many eras. Intricate pieces from the Victorian era with moonstones and sapphires to fun and funky pieces from the 60s with peridot & ruby highlight a few areas of our diverse inventory. Our price points cover the inexpensive to the more luxurious. Eco friendly gift giving will surprise the recipient with a truly thoughtful gift. Or simply treat yourself to an amazing piece! 
With fresh inventory added daily we understand why so many of our loyal customers visit us daily! The one of a kind jewelry we offer calls for a quick decision. With our full money back guarantee you can rest assured that you will be completely satisfied. Shop our collection of the latest fine antique & estate jewelry. We travel extensively throughout the United States and the world to bring you the best art deco, antique and vintage jewelry available.
Retro jewelry is defined with bold and colorful pieces. Aquamarines and Citrines in emerald and round cuts make a grand statement. Shop our collection of beauties with a complete satisfaction guarantee.
We have an extensive collection of rings that range from antique to vintage, estate and designer. Colorful gemstones, diamonds in cuts of modern round brilliant to emerald and desired older cuts from Asscher to old European & Mine cut highlight a collection that is fully inspected by our in-house graduate GIA gemologist.
Intricate design and beauty define Russian jewelry. Our collection includes pieces from the early 20th century to vintage 1960s and beyond.
Looking for that special piece of vintage jewelry? We have a wonderful selection of unique gold animal jewelry ranging from small diamond insect earrings to beautiful panther cat rings.

Victorian era jewelry spans nearly a century, from the early Victorian (romantic period) of 1837-1861 to the mid Victorian era (grand period) of 1861-1880. The late Victorian era dates from 1880 to 1900.

The Victorian era produced spectacular jewelry with the tone set by Queen Victoria in the early part of the century. Snake jewelry, a symbol of everlasting love, was a motif that recured throughout the 19th century. 

Other popular jewelry and gemstones included hairwork jewelry, coral, mogul jewelry (such as tigers claws and teeth), revivalist jewelry and gold rush jewelry (gold quartz). Archelogical discoveries prompted jewelry styles from ancient and medieval cultures. Celtic, Egyptian, Etruscan, Mogul (India), Roman and Renaissance all became popular. Micro mosaic jewelry, tiny bits of glass or tesserae, are pieced together to form a picture.
Browse our extensive selection of beautiful antique, vintage & estate & designer jewelry. Engagement rings, Art Deco rings & bracelets, vintage diamond earrings, stunning earrings to designer pieces are all part of this collection. We offer a broad range of inventory to suit all tastes and budgets.
We carry a broad selection of watches from pre owned vintage Cartier to Rolex, Patek Philippe & many more. If you have a particular brand or model in mind drop us an email!