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A fine vintage brooch in 18kt yellow gold that has been hand finished with a matte and bright polish, and is complete with a cluster of turquoise beads in different variations of colour. It is beautifully hand-crafted and assembled with a delightful rose, leaf, flower and bud design.
Dates: Mid- 20th Century.
Vintage Jay kel Brooch With Aurora Borealis Crystal Rhinestones
A unique vintage brooch with aurora borealis crystal rhinestones, made by Jay Kel. The front of the brooch is a bright composition of rhinestones in an unusual heart-shaped design, mounted on sterling. The back features a solid working pin and round clasp.
A classic vintage brooch, it would make an excellent gift, or wear for vintage inspired styles.
Marked: Jay Kel Original.
Measures: 2 inches in diameter.
Excellent Condition. Minor patination commensurate with use and age.
Gold And Diamond Earrings
A delightful pair of earrings in gold decorated with diamonds and small stones. It is beautifully made in 18k gold in a warm golden yellow colour. The pieces are of a unique design of a starburst, or blossoming flower shape and form.
This earrings are classic, yet stylish and could be worn for special events, or everyday use.
Excellent Condition: (small chip on a stone of the left earring, it appears slightly more flat in conjunction to the others)
Cameo Brooch – Victorian Scene
A large cameo brooch with a lovely Victorian scene of a figure in a dress with trees and houses. It depicts a little narrative of a villager enjoying a stroll in everyday life. It is a beautiful composition of cameo with an elegant gold filled ribbon border and round frame.
This piece is a classical cameo brooch that has a timeless presence and style.
Victorian German- 19th Century – 8k Gold & Diamond – ‘Cupid with Bow’ Brooch
A delightful brooch with a lovely cupid figure wearing a blind fold with a bow and arrow. The piece is stunning in gold, with a small feature of a diamond on the point of cupid’s arrow. It is a sweet, yet simply unique statement piece that brings out fuzzy feelings of nostalgia with a little love story.
A perfect gift for those who adore playful antics of ‘love is blind’ , and the charming mythical tales of the past.
Measures: 2 inches in diameter
Unmarked – but tested gold standard of 8 carat gold – mainly used in Germany Victorian era.
14k Gold Bracelet
A simple, yet stunning bracelet in 14k gold. The piece features a centre shape with minimal accents, it quite fine and bold. It has a lovely braided chain that connects to the centre shape, giving it a unique body and weight to the wrist.
This is a gorgeous piece with a little golden flare and nostalgic character.
Measures: 8 inches in length.
Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs.
18KT Gold & Turquoise Ring
A turquoise and gold composition in a 18kt. The ring is decorated with turquoise gemstones of green and blue colour woven in a basket design upon the centre in gold. It is a simple, yet sophisticated object that was once worn for everyday use, or special moments.
A bold statement of turquoise and gold combination with a unique shape and design.
This exquisite and whimsical tropical paradise is a creation of the internationally celebrated Anglo-Italian jeweller, Andrew Grima.
The island consists of three coconut palms with 18-karat gold fruit and foliage weighing approximately 2.5 oz total, atop three the banded shell trunks. The trees are mounted to an island of raw lemon quartz, floating in a sea of polished banded agate. Grima was born in Italy, and immigrated to England as a child.
He served in WWII, and, after his discharge, went to work for his father-in-law who was a jewellery manufacturer. Grima assummed the business in 1951, and opened his own shop on Jermyn Street in London in 1966. That same year, he received both a Royal Warrant, and the Duke of Edinburgh Prize for Elegant Design, the only one ever awarded to a jeweller. He received eleven de Beers Awards for Excellence in Design.
His famous clientele included the British Royal Family, Hollywood stars, and Jacqueline Onassis. He retired to Switzerland, and continued to take private commissions until his death in 2007, at age 86. Grima was inspired by natural forms, and justifiably famous for his method of direct casting from natural objects.
This is an exceptionally fine example of the skill and artistry of the great master jeweller, and a highly desirable object of great beauty. The sculpture is stamped on a narrow, applied, rectangular, gold plaque in block capital letters, “Grima”, followed by an impressed “0.750” for 18kt gold, an impressed “A.G. Ltd” mark for Grima’s firm, and assayed for 18 kt, London, 1972 (pictured).
Each palm grouping is also stamped the same listed above. If you’ve ever considered buying an island, this is one well worth having.