Her curtains were pulled aside, revealing a black night sky, without a star or moon in sight. The wind was heard but she was busy, writing, passionately creating a story of mythical creatures and happy endings. The flicker of candlelight emanated from the tall dark red candlesticks burning in the corner. The flame’s light hit the ring on her right hand, the hand scribbling wildly with a feather quill on thick parchment. The ring glowed as though she had the sun hidden somewhere inside of it. Her content ginger cat sat on the edge of her oak desk, watching the specks of light that jumped from the prismatic opals on her ring to the darkened walls of the library, like a kaleidoscope.
This vintage English Art Deco ring was handcrafted in London, in 1925. There are five luminescent round cabochon opals set on a square face. The center opal is the largest, measuring 4.5 mm in diameter and 1.9 mm deep. The other four are all 3.3 mm in diameter and 1.5 mm in depth, approximately. This gorgeous 18 karat gold piece is truly Art Deco in its display with dazzling colors, and geometric shape. It is fully hallmarked and bears the crown for England, leopard head for London, the gold purity mark, ‘18’, and the date letter, ‘k’. This ring is a size 5.75 and weighs 4.5 grams.
Wear the Jazz Age around your finger with this fiery opal ring! It would make a fantastic birthday gift, or just a fun little accessory for yourself.
Hunting in the early 1900s wasn’t just a mans game. Women were invited to attend, and they most certainly knew how to dress for the occasion. An adventurous lady of means would ride sidesaddle on her horse, while wearing red to prevent any shots from coming her way. This woman would have known that thematic accessories were also required, such as a hunting-inspired bracelet to accent her black riding hat.
This beautifully hand crafted antique Austrian bracelet features a design inspired from the love of hunting. It was made in Austria, around 1900, in silver. It has a hefty feel at 35.0 grams and 7.75 inches of length. Each hunting motif link is round and 18.8 mm in diameter. Every piece is different from the others as there are eight charms in total, consisting of a dog, a deer, a quail, a wolf, a duck, a boar, a hare, and a raptor. It is marked with the silver content mark, ‘800’ and the maker’s mark reads, ‘BAS’.
This bracelet is a wonderful quality made piece. It’s not just for hunting anymore, but it would make a fabulous gift!
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Just like people, this wonderful garnet pendant was made to be seen by candlelight. Can't you just see it, gleaming deep red to match your cabernet as you sit with friends, eating and drinking in the soft glow? Contrasted with its rich gold frames, it is dark and earthy and mysterious, just what you need to play the modern day Gypsy.
Hand crafted in England around 1870, this pendant is formed in 15 karat gold. Two smiling golden snakes form a heart surround for a large oval cabochon garnet. The center garnet measures 17.6 x 12.7 x 4.6 mm and weighs approximately 10.83 carats, the pendant is further set with two deep cabochon garnets which add up to 3.61 carats for a total of 14.44 carats. The pendant weighs 11.3 grams and is marked with a plaque on back that reads '15CT'. The pendant measures 76.3 mm north to south and 28.8 mm across.
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It slipped up her arm when she raised them both into the air while twirling around the dance floor. It slipped down when she moved her arms back into place, still swirling to the melody. It kept beat with the music as her body swayed, her hair swung, and her feet moved. It looked content over the shoulders of a good looking man who asked her dance during the slow song, just sitting there, in one place, waiting until the tempo picked up again.
This antique Victorian silver bangle was handcrafted in England, around 1880 and yet it is contemporary of an accessory today as it was the day it was made. It bears a leafy flower motif that has been engraved on the shiny silver surface. It’s simple, it’s classic, it’s a necessity. This bracelet weighs 29.3 grams and is 22.5 mm in depth, it would fit a wrist of 7 inches or less. There are no marks but it has been professionally acid tested.
Dance the night away with this antique foliate bangle around your wrist.