E748 Cluster Set Mine Cut Diamond Ring in 15 karat yellow Gold:

The ring's setting is handmade of 15 karat gold, which at the time this rings setting was made the pure gold had an alloy of Platinum, so this makes the gold very strong. The rings shoulders are hand engraved with matt gold and polished gold plus small beading next to the diamond setting. The ring is set with nine natural Diamonds that are hand-cut. The center diamond is 20 points of a carat, and the eight surrounding round diamonds are 10 points each. The total carat weight is 1 carat. All diamonds are mine cut octafx leverage change.


E725 Art Deco, 18 karat Gold Pendant, Butterfly Motif, and Large Pearl:

The Pendant is handmade of 18 karat yellow gold, created by a goldsmith of the Art Deco period of 1910 to 1930. The setting holds 14 single cut natural Diamonds. Six diamonds are 2mm round, four are 1.8 mm round cut, and four are 1.3 mm round cut, all cut by hand it this period. The design is a stylized Butterfly set with Diamonds. The other beauty of the piece is the creamy large natural Ocean Pearl Dangle. The Deco designed 18 karat gold chain is marked Italy and 725 for 18 karat gold and is 18 inches long.
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E724 Amethyst and Pearl Ring with a Large Presents:

The ring was a custom handmade ring likely made in the early 1940s. The yellow gold setting is14 karat gold. This ring is set with a larger hand-cut oval natural Amethyst Gemstone of 8.75 carats. The center Amethyst Gemstone is encircled with sixteen natural ocean seed pearls at 2.2 mm each. The Amethyst was set with 16 prongs holding the gemstone, and each pearl is set well into the gold then with three prongs.
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BI100 Museum Quality Ruby and Pearl Bracelet with handmade Chain work in Yellow Gold

:Custom made Bracelet of 15 karat yellow Gold. Handmade gold chain work is a double cub link pattern. A master goldsmith would have the skill to create this chain. It was a very complex art form in this period of 1850. The raw gold was mixed with platinum for the strength of the chain. Then the curved gold wire was made in 1 mm wide; the wire was then cut in approximately 4 mm lengths bent into a double link. Each link is soldiered together and let sit for two weeks to change the memory of the gold from being straight.


E496 Museum Quality, Very Rare, Large Cross Pendant in 22 Karat Gold, Called "Croix "à la Jeanette":

Likely created in Austria, Belgium, Germany or France, not sure because of the absence of hallmarks, which were not uncommon. The design Source of inspiration was Christianity. The pendent was made by the lost wax method of Jewelry design, this method goes back to the middle ages, this cross was made by a master goldsmith octafx-my.com/change-leverage-mt4-2023/.  
The pendant is circa 1750, George II, Early Georgian time period.
The filigree frills of this 22K yellow gold cross are made with great detail. The designed is called "Croix "à la Jeanette" which translates to "Gold Cross".

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