John & Rico's

Fine Antique Jewelry

The Drawing Room of Newport.

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# J7. A unique man's ring: size 13.25. Low k gold: around 9k. Consisting of 4 English Regency period - late 18th early 19th century -letter seals, appearing to be amethyst, citrine, an undetermined blue and an undetermined white stone. Each seal, meant to be pressed into wax is different in decoration and text. The amehyst seal says "bonsoir" and the image depicts a candle stick with lit candle about to be snuffed; the citrine seal states: "Responde Vitm (?)" with the image of a dove carrying a letter; the blue seal states: "may you be happy" and we cannot make out the text for the white seal. Of course all the text is written backwards meant to be pressed into sealing wax. An uncommon form for a man's ring. Price: $1,500.00.


# 5321. A mid 20th century American Indian bracelet. A large turquoise is set in a silver setting with an attached leaf frond. Marked: "A L K" incised into the back of the bracelet. Scribed pawn mark on the flat black plate. Condition: without flaws. The Size of the mounted turquoise plate is 4 1/8" x 2 14". Price: $1,500.00.


# Jewel 1. A 14k gold pin. 8 wings form a circle with 8, 4 pronged diamonds set in-between each wing. The only mark is on the reverse (14k). This pin was also meant to be hung from a chain-there is a loop on the back- and there is a hook probably to be used for a small watch. The pin back has a lock. Size: 2cm in diameter. Condition: some of the wing tips are slightly bent. Age: about 100 years old. Price: $450.00.


# 5043. A fine late 19th century Czarist era Russian bracelet. Hall Marks for 14k gold{ numerals 56 with head}. Additional Hall Marks { L M }representing an undetermined workshop. Fine and exacting quality. A large Russian Amethyst is surrounded with a 'horseshoe' of pearls: 21 in all. 12 additional pearls are mounted on either side of the central horseshoe. Condition: excellent with no repairs or restoration. From a local Newport Estate. Price: $3,500.00.


# 4849. A fine Newport Estate Victorian Broach. Late 19th century. A Citrine is set into a gold metal setting. The design reflect Renaissance Revival styles. This broach can be used as a pin or as a pendant. The size is 55 cm x 50 cm with the stone being 30cm x 25cm. Condition: fine estate condition consistent with use and age. The color of the stone is a deep gold color and is quite brilliant. Price: $1,250.00.


J 3. A mid 20th century Navajo bracelet. Composed of 5 cabochon polished King Turquoise from Colorado. The center stone is larger with each pair of stones slightly smaller. Each stone bezel is surrounded with a rope design set into a decorative scribed frame. Signature on the back of the center mounting "JP S" {we are not sure if the signature is "P S" or "JP S"}. Condition: excellent. Price: $500.00.


J2. A mid 20th century Navajo bracelet. Silver and Turquoise. A large single turquoise mounted with a rope banding and incised framing. The three band supports are incised with starburst decoration and join to create a very decorative band. Condition: slight wear consistent with use and age. Price: $500.00.


#4032a. If this was not worn by a Hussar, it was worn by a Hungarian or Austrian Nobleman. Hallmarked for Vienna Austria. Size: almost 10" long. This is part of a belt clasp, so it is just a fine example of the workmanship of the late 19th century. Gilt Silver. This item has a Medieval quality about it. Similar items were made in Budapest Hungary which was part of the Austro Hungarian Empire.Condition: very good. Price: $500.00


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The Drawing Room is located at 152-154 Spring Street, Newport, Rhode Island 02840.We are open daily from 11 am to 5 pm and by appointment. If you have an interest in an item listed in this document or wish to purchase an item, please call us at 1-401-841-5060 (cell: 401-261-3980). The Partnership of Gacher and Santi has been in business for over 30 years. We have been located in Newport since 1985.

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