This tiny rose gold perfume holder - made around 1860 - was designed to mask the unpleasant smells encountered in day-to-day life in the nineteenth century. When your olfactory senses have been assaulted, you can use it just like the Georgians did: remove the cap, add a few drops to a handkerchief, and hold the perfumed fabric to your offended nose.If your life stinks, you need this.
On ancient maps, the "compass rose" was an ornate illustration that showed the cardinal directions: North, South, East, and West. That design element inspired these earrings - one of the earliest designs from out 1909 line, and still going strong.Handmade in NYC, always
16 emeralds were custom cut in the 1930's to be a mosaic frame for this particular diamond - a 1.25ct Old Euro. This type of truly remarkable platinum Art Deco ring doesn't come along often. It's at our Brooklyn shop, along with many others you won't find on our regular website.Ehrmergerd