Ring roundup: vintage and antique diamond rings, Vol II.
.51 carat early Art Deco diamond engagement ring from the late 'teens - early 1920s. The central stone is in a hexagonal setting enhanced with fine zig-zag platinum wire work. Each shoulder is adorned with three old-mine cut diamonds and the gallery exhibits a variant of a classic Greek key pattern. Via Diamonds in the Library.
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Austria-Hungarian late Victorian early Art Nouveau diamond and enamel pendant
An Art Nouveau carved walnut and marquetry cabinet circa 1900
Nippon Moriage Vase: Moriage, a style of decoration used by porcelain manufacturers during the late 1800s/early 1900s. It is the art of laying "beads" of porcelain on the item prior to firing in the kiln - later gold was applied.
Rare Bakelite & Nickel Table Top Skyscraper Striker Lighter, ca. 1930.
Owls and mushrooms: marraskuuta 2011
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