Designer of EB Modern and dealer of antiques. Open Wednesday to Saturday 1-6
A spectacular, large Victorian pendant with a micromosaic panel depicting an Egyptian scarab. These micromosaic panels were typically souvenirs brought home from Italy during Grand Tours in the 19th century. At home they were incorporated into jewelry and worn as status symbols. The frame is intricately detailed with a drop panel supporting seven torpedo-shaped pendants. In 14K gold and dating to the 1880s.
It sure looks like a 17th century ring. But Victorian jewelers were fascinated with Renaissance designs and reproductions were popular in the late 19th century. This ring has a table cut in a box shaped bezel surrounded by black and white enamel decoration. The construction and styling is consistent with 17th century designs, but the karat of the gold suggests it may be more likely a Victorian reproduction.
A c1890 locket depicting a tiger hunting fish.
A massive pair of lapis lazuli kite earrings made by Honolulu jeweler Ming’s in the 1950s.
Two new EB Modern rings. The oval will be online in the next day or two. The double rectangle will be available next week.
c1960 Dragon 🐉 Ring
A new pair of EB Modern earrings made from vintage zodiac intaglios. Online later this week.
Late Deco Arched Diamond Earrings, 18K Rose Gold c1940
c1890 Emerald and Diamond Ring
An olive-colored 1.18ct old European cut diamond in our EB solitaire.
For when your neckline needs to drip with amethyst and aquamarine. c1900
A large and unusual c1950 pendant in the form a seated woman in a floral print gown. Beautifully detailed with styling reminiscent of Art Nouveau illustration. She clutches a small white diamond in her hands.
Maybe my favorite brooch ever. French and c1900
A nearly 200 year old poison ring with a secret compartment beneath the face of the ring. Swedish hallmarks date it to 1835.
EB Half Moon Ring
Epic opal and diamond earrings. 1980s in 18K.
A rare c1910 eternity band with big silvery old European cut diamonds in 18K yellow gold.