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These emerald rings are absolute gems, all Colombian and all the unbeatable antique Muzo colour.
Our beautiful new diamond and platinum floral tiara by E. Wolfe & Co with wild roses set en tremblant. The tiara has a wonderful naturalistic form with its asymmetry and the fluid undulating movement of the stems. The design dates back to 1904 and was found in one of the many sketchbooks in the E. Wolfe archive, it was updated to include the en tremblant fittings which enhance the beauty of the tiara by breathing life and movement into it when worn. The tiara detaches from its frame and converts to a necklace using the accompanying diamond-set back chain, the three principle wild rose motifs also detach and the large one can be worn as a brooch whilst the slightly smaller pair become earrings with post and clip fittings. Full details and more images are on our website.
A magnificent 21.24ct cushion-cut diamond solitaire ring, fresh off the bench and hypnotic in its beauty. This wonderful diamond has a lovely shape and cut and is of course a significant size at over 21cts, it has been set in the simplest and most elegant of settings with nothing to detract from its radiant beauty. The setting is as minimal as possible without compromising on security and the mix of platinum and gold feels contemporary and chic.
A perfect example of 1960s Van Cleef & Arpels jewelled whimsy. Part of their ‘la boutique’ collection this scarecrow brooch - or Clip Épouvantail as he’s properly called - is formed of 18ct gold with a chrysoprase head and is embellished with rubies, sapphires and diamonds. Advertised in the 1966 la boutique catalogue this clip is a highly collectible design and one just like it was owned and worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
A vintage 18ct gold and diamond ring by Van Cleef and Arpels circa 1970s, the head of the ring is lozenge shaped and formed as though it is being peeled open to reveal a pavé set round brilliant diamond interior, the 18ct gold is polished smooth and the head tapers down to a plain D-shape band. A stylish, easy to wear ring with a twist, it looks great worn alone or stacked with other band rings.
Just arrived with us - this stylish Cartier 18ct gold, diamond and coral vintage dress ring circa 1960s.  It makes me think of suntans, kaftans and Manhattan cocktails sipped by the pool!
It’s Valentines weekend! Does size matter? No. But if it does to you then this ticks that box!