Third Floor Antique Jewelry
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1330485 (stock #2011)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
SOLD
This antique 18 karat gold chain is French , circa 1900. It is designed with circular plaques centered with fine gold wire work. Each plaque is separated equally by rectangular and oval rings. It has a rich , original patina and has an original spring ring to attach a locket or pendant of choice. The spring ring can easily be converted to a clasp if desired. The chain is long, measuring a full 60 inches and is 3/8 inches across the plaques. It weighs 41.88 grams...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1329973 (stock #2010)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
Sale Pending
This antique English, 9 karat gold, amethyst heart surmounted with a crown is circa 1900. The crown symbolizes fidelity and of course the heart, symbolizes love. It is hand engraved and well detailed.

The love token cleverly attaches to a matching pin enabling this to be worn in two ways. Simply detach from the pin, attach a chain and it becomes a beautiful pendant.

The heart with the bow measures 2 inches long X 1 1/4 inches across...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1329940 (stock #2009)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$1,400.00
This Scottish sterling silver agate pin is circa 1860. It is a rare form of a penannular, a traditional brooch. It is unique in utilizing only Montrose grey agates, as well as its simplicity of form. I have long admired and collected Scottish jewelry for its singular beauty. Scottish jewelry became very popular when Queen Victoria visited Balmoral, her castle in the Highlands. She adorned herself with Scottish jewelry and dressed her children in tartans...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Pre 1900 item #1329938 (stock #2002)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$2,900.00
This Scottish agate pin is circa 1860. It represents the finest elements of antique Scottish jewelry, in its condition, design and its choice of agates. The beauty of antique Scottish jewelry is in its artistry and it is unique to Scotland. Queen Victoria's passion for Scotland grew when she took over Balmoral Castle as a summer home in 1848. She had frequent visits, dressed her children in tartans and she personally wore Scottish jewelry...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1800 item #1329264 (stock #2008)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$1,950.00
These earrings are Portuguese chrysoberyl, circa 1750. Chrysoberyl stone that was prized by the aristocracy in Portugal in the 18th century and imported from Brazil. The stones were hand cut and used in various forms of jewelry that was quite opulent in design. Earrings, large brooches aigrettes, stomachers graced the bodies of the women...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1328893 (stock #2007)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$1,895.00
This antique Scottish agate, sterling silver bracelet is a rare work of art. Scottish jewelry has a unique beauty with world wide collectors. It became extremely popular when Queen Victoria visited her beloved Balmoral Castle, dressed her children in tartans and adorned herself in Scottish jewelry. Most Scottish jewelry has traditional forms worn by the men, but bracelets and some sentimental brooches were designed specifically for the women...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Edwardian : Pre 1930 item #1327481 (stock #2006)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$525.00
These gold moonstones cufflinks are simple and refined. Moonstones have long been prized for their color and their sheen known as adularescence. These are cabochon cut, bezel set, and exhibit these qualities...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Pre 1930 item #1326508 (stock #2005)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$5,100.00
Every once in awhile a piece of jewelry takes my away and this moonstone ring is one such jewel. It is handmade and one of a kind. The moonstone is a sugarloaf cabochon and exhibits gem quality adularescence. This term is used to describe the characteristic sheen so prized in moonstones. There is a belief that moonstones have healing, protective qualities adding to the allure of the stone...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1326168 (stock #2004)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$525.00
The allure of the serpent in jewelry is as relevant today as it was through the centuries...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Pre Victorian : Pre 1837 VR item #1323529 (stock #2003)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$4,800.00
This early 19th century, antique French, 18 karat gold watch fob is a work of art. French jewelry is world renowned for its fine finishing and design. In this example , a fine piece of jewelry, a watch fob, was designed, circa 1830 in multi -colored gold with a central cushion shape, large citrine. The citrine has a beautiful, rich color reflecting light from every angle.

The design is ingenious as the fob swivels to unlock, and then becomes a watch key. The gold work is extraordinary,...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1910 item #1323313 (stock #2002)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$4,600.00
This wonderful, long, antique French chain is circa 1900. It is designed with a streamlined paperclip link and can be worn in a multitude of ways either as a chain that is doubled or tripled, or with an attached pendant of choice. It is 18 karat gold and retains a beautiful rich patina.

It weighs a substantial 60.9 grams (39.2 dwt.) and is 60 inches long X 1/8 inches wide. It is in excellent condition. It is difficult finding long, original chains as most have been shortened through th...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1323215 (stock #2001)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$2,900.00
This Scottish agate pin is circa 1860. It represents the finest elements of antique Scottish jewelry, in its condition, design and choice of agates. The beauty of antique Scottish jewelry is in its artistry and it is unique to Scotland. Queen Victoria's passion for Scotland grew when she took over Balmoral Castle as a summer home in 1848. She had frequent visits, dressed her children in tartans, and she personally wore Scottish jewelry. What the Queen loves, so do the people and a wave of popul...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1323090 (stock #2001)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$2,995.00
This superb antique 18 karat gold banded agate locket pendant is circa 1860. It is finely rendered in 18 karat gold and is bold in size yet restrained in design. The central star motif is set with small mine cut diamonds centering a banded agate cabochon. The surround has banded agate cabochon stones bezel set , nine in total and each perfectly matched. The bail too is a work of art , set with a cabochon banded agate. The reverse has a removable bezel which can house a photo or momento.

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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1320605 (stock #2000)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
SOLD
These elegant, petit antique diamond earrings are French, circa 1890. They are known as dormeuse , or sleeper earrings as they were so comfortable, they could be worn though the night. The style is so wearable that they are as relevant to the fashion of today as they were over 100 years ago.

The settings are 18 karat gold and the diamonds are set in platinum. They retain French guarantee stamps on each ear wire. The European cut diamonds are white and unusually fine for this form and perio...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Victorian : Pre 1910 item #1317548 (stock #1998)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$650.00
This antique 800 silver French long chain was recently purchased in Paris. It has a chic , tailored design with rectangular etched, detailed rectangular plaques separated by equal lengths of chain. The plaques have an "x" design very popular during the early 1900's in French jewelry. I have seen it on lockets, but rarely on a chain.

It is smoothly finished and in excellent condition. It has a lovely, original patina and retains French guarantee stamps on the end ring. It measures 60 in...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Gold : Victorian : Pre 1900 item #1317536 (stock #1997)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
SOLD
This is simply the finest antique long chain I have offered for sale and it comes from my personal collection. It is French, circa 1890 and is designed with intricate quatrefoil links each separated by five oval links.

This chain is completely hand made, in excellent condition and retains the original, rich patina. It terminates with a spring ring that can hold a locket or pendant of choice. The spring ring can be adjusted to be used simply as a clasp.

This chain is a very long 6...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Silver : Pre Victorian : Pre 1800 item #1317149 (stock #1996)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$8,900.00
These are unusually rare and original Portuguese chrysoberyl earrings, circa 1750. In the 18th century, Portugal had access to rare stones such as topaz and chrysoberyl, via their dominion over Brazil. The aristocracy draped themselves with these stones, openly displaying their opulence wearing large brooches, rings and earrings. The women wore multiple brooches, multiple rings and balanced the height of their upswept hairdos with very long dramatic earrings.

This pair is one of three in...

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Other Metals : Pre 1837 VR item #1316893 (stock #1995)
Third Floor Antique Jewelry
$2,500.00
I have just returned from a buying trip in Paris where I found these wonderful cut steel earrings. Unusual in form and design, they are circa 1800. They have faceted, decorative, steel elements riveted to a steel plate. The steel plate is shaped and well detailed.

They measure a long 3 1/4 inches X slightly less than 1 inch across the bottom.

There is minimal wear/pitting as seen in the pictures and overall condition is excellent considering these steel earrings are over 200 years ...