Bold stones and glamorous design are some of my favorite, timeless holiday trends. With the holiday season just around the corner, here are our six favorite show-stopping antique jewelry pieces suited to any holiday affair:
6.02 Carat Untreated Emerald Ring
This gorgeous 6.02 carat emerald is sure to turn heads. The rich green color is of the stone is certified untreated, and is set in platinum and 18k yellow gold. The gem is flanked by two white diamonds that perfectly frame this spectacular gem.
White South Sea Pearl Necklace
These spectacular pearls are among the largest known from the South Pacific. They range from 17 to 20.3mm in size - absolutely astounding! The pearls have incredible luster and are matched perfectly, complemented by a matching 18k white gold clasp. Paired with a simple sheath dress or a gown, these pearls will polish any holiday look.
Burma Ruby and Diamond Bracelet
Nothing says the holidays quite like red and white! Rival Mrs. Claus herself with these incredible untreated Burma rubies. The twelve rubies in the bracelet total 22.85 carats, and are surrounded by 48 marquise-shaped diamonds. To complete the look, don't forget the matching earrings!
Tanzanite Drop Earrings
These radiant blue Tanzanites bring serious sparkle to the winter months. 17.79 carats of stunning Tanzanite surrounded by brilliant white diamonds will draw any eye. Tanzanite is one of the rarest gemstones in the world, and has a lovely deep purplish-blue color.
Edwardian Emerald and Diamond Bow Necklace
For something truly unique, look no further than this intricate and stunning Edwardian necklace. The delicate structure embedded with sparkling emeralds and diamonds is incredibly crafted of platinum and gold, and this necklace sits beautifully on the neck. This pendant can even be worn as a brooch!
Diamond Cluster Earrings
These earrings have the most spectacular sparkle! They are absolutely luminescent and will light up any outfit. There is no denying the shine of these diamonds, all individually GIA-certified as D through G color, and set in platinum.