From dear friends and collectors'


18K Yellow and White gold Earclips

An older design by Roberto Coin, these 

clips are in true two tone yellow and white gold.  Signed with the 1225VI mark as well as 750.  These are the marks for Italian 18K gold.  They were made in the Gold center of Vicenza Italy.  They can be worn as clips or as pierced with clip backs 

Having almost one third ounce of gold

these are a great wearable investment at

​                                              690.00


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In precious platinum and 18K yellow gold

with trapezoid quality diamonds.  This would make a great engagement ring or a right hand ring sure to please.  This tourmaline has chrome, so it looks like a great Zambian Emerald but has not been treated with polymers.  For less than the price of a handmade mounting.



"Le Cheval" by Erte'

Purchased in the 1990's, this superb work by Erte"  signed and Numbered 81.

This limited edition of 250 can be yours.

In the style of Art Deco this elegant brooch has timeless expressions of refinement that are unsurpassed in excellent of design.  Created with precious

diamonds, gold and silver.  The original certificate from Circle Fine Art, plus the original packaging will be included.



Ready to wear a very stylish 18k white gold 

​pave ring in excellent condition.  I cannot make out the registry mark, but this was in my store when all of the great Damiani pieces were coming in at 450.00 gold.  A size seven with almost 1.00 carat of quality diamonds.

Comfortable and elegant.            ​1395.00


Mysterious, infamous, magnificent, cursed, exciting,

the most famous diamond ever.  

As legend goes it was plucked from the eye of an idol

in India in the 17th Century by a thief that was later murdered for it.

Held by Tavernier until sold to the King of France, Louis the XV for an enormous amount of gold. Passed to King Louis XVI and Marie Antoniette, we all know that outcome.   To King George IV, who lost it to pay off tremendous debt.  To Henry Phillip Hope, it's namesake

who had no heirs.  Passed to his eldest nephew

Henry Thomas Hope who sold it pay off gambling debts.

Then to Evalyn Walsh McClean by way of Cartier who had

now fashioned it into the incredible necklace it is today.

She never took it off and the curse continued, with the death of her eldest son, in a car accident, her daughter committed suicide at 25, and her dear husband declared insane.  Sold in 1949 to Harry Winston, again to pay off debt, it was donated to the Smithsonian Institute where it is now displayed.  I personally photographed it and it appeared as a flash of light, from every angle I shot. I do believe it has magical power.