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A pair of elegant Art Deco gold and enamel cufflinks by Cartier c.1930s. Simple, smart, stylish.
Hot off the bench is this perfectly lovely old-cut pear-shape diamond ring. It’s 1.34ct and set super simply with platinum claws to a delicate gold band with ornate hand engraved scroll and foliate motifs. If you’re thinking of proposing this Christmas, get in touch and let us help you find your perfect ring.
This is the Lalaounis 1970s necklace that matches the bangle we posted last week. Same deliciously rich 22ct gold with that tactile satin finish, they look amazing worn together for those who like their jewels to speak volumes!
This stunning platinum ring is set with French cut diamonds in a fine channel setting. It could be a wedding band, an eternity ring, a celebration ring or a ‘because I’m worth it’ ring, jewellery only means what it means to you.  Link in bio for all the details.
Sometimes Mondays need something sensational to give the week a kick start. This 20.20ct old cut pear shape diamond pendant ought to do it!
When it comes to antique gold bracelets, it doesn’t get much better than this for me. A superb Victorian 15ct gold strap bracelet c.1880s, designed as a flexible row of uniform gold cylinders with rounded ends linked by gold wrap around bars that twist diagonally round the cylinders in a contrasting highly polished finish. It’s such an interesting design, bold but highly wearable - an elegant versatile statement piece that would be a wonderful addition to any jewellery box. More photos, full info and price on the website - just click the link in bio.
A simple, stylish, easy to wear diamond and gold vintage necklace by Gubelin c. 1960s.  The double strand cross over design with two flexible rows of gold that twist over each other is set with three tapered rows of round brilliant cut diamonds. Perfect under a white shirt, over black cashmere or with a little sparkly number. For further photos, all details and price, please see our website.
Glorious gold! 💛 The rich velvety satin finish of this 22ct gold Lalaounis bracelet seems to glow as if lit from within.  Part of the 1970s Choreographism collection the bold geometric motif is in the form of a Labyrinth - conjuring images of Ancient Greece and Minotaurs. Link in bio for all details and we also have the matching necklace.
This wonderful long Art Deco sautoir necklace from c.1925 is strung with beautiful natural pearls and fastened with an emerald and diamond clasp. At 50” long it is very versatile and can be worn in various different ways, bringing a touch of old world elegance and charm to our modern lives.
It could only really be Cartier couldn’t it!  A masterclass in floral realism immortalised in diamonds, this exquisite brooch from 1965 has just joined our collection. Link in bio for all the details plus a look at the original Cartier invoice.
This Colombian emerald cut emerald has an incredible deep green colour. Setting it off with white diamond tapered baguettes all bezel set in 22ct yellow gold. This is a truly beautiful ring.
A 1960s super stylish bib necklace by Chaumet. The tapering bib form has a domed profile and openwork form composed of criss-crossed gold wires, each intersection set with a round brilliant diamond. Bold yet delicate it is quite the statement necklace.