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Welcome to Hancocks founded in 1849; London’s Oldest Family run Jewellers. Specialists in Antique Diamonds, Gems, one-of-a-kind engagement rings and the Finest curated Antique and Vintage jewellery.

Hancocks

Established in 18491stDibs seller since 2009

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Dinh Van 18ct Gold Thread Necklace With Diamond-Set Disc Pendant Circa 2000
Located in London, GB
A 18ct gold choker necklace by Jean Dinh Van, c.2000s, the necklace formed of ten individual twisted gold wire threads that sit around the ba...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Choker Necklaces

Materials

White Diamond, 18k Gold

Van Cleef & Aprels Round Brilliant Diamond and 18 Carat White Gold Hoop Earrings
By Van Cleef & Arpels
Located in London, GB
A simple pair of modern diamond hoop earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels, c.2000s, each hoop with squared profile set to the front half with two rows o...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Clip-on Earrings

Materials

White Diamond, White Gold

Van Cleef & Arpels Diamond And Onyx Dress Ring In 18ct Yellow Gold Circa 1970s
By Van Cleef & Arpels
Located in London, GB
A vintage monochrome dress ring by Van Cleef & Arpels c.1970s, the band style ring of domed profile and tapering form, the front divided into ...
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Late 20th Century French Cocktail Rings

Materials

White Diamond, Onyx, 18k Gold

Boucheron Circa 1970 18ct Yellow Gold And Diamond Double Knot Ring
By Boucheron
Located in London, GB
An 18ct yellow gold and diamond knot ring by Boucheron c.1970. The ring is designed as a twisted rope double knot with the central section s...
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Late 20th Century French Cocktail Rings

Materials

White Diamond, 18k Gold

Tiffany & Co Gold, Iron And Lacquer 'Damascene' Bangle by Angela Cummings
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in London, GB
A striking gold, iron and lacquer 'Damascene' cuff bangle designed by Angela Cummings and made by Tiffany & Co. c.1979, the solid cuff measuring 2cm wide with an opening at the back, formed of iron which has been applied with a rich brown lacquer and decorated with an overlayed geometric graphic design in 24ct gold. This bangle is part of Cummings ‘Damascene’ collection which she created for Tiffany during the late 1970s and early 1980s, the inspiration for which came from her study of the Japanese tradition of shakudo. The bangle exhibits the fine workmanship her pieces are renowned for coupled with a clean and contemporary aesthetic and easy wearability. The collection was limited to a few different designs and shapes and was featured in the iconic Tiffany Blue Book in both 1978 and 1979. Maker Tiffany & Co. designed by Angela Cummings Period Circa 1980 Origin America Setting 18ct yellow gold and iron signed T. & Co. and numbered Weight 26.6 grams Dimensions Inner circumference 17cm / 6.69" Width 2cm / 0.78" Condition Very fine Directors Notes Angela Cummings joined Tiffany & Co. in 1968, working under the guidance of Donald Claffin for several years before launching her first full collection under her own name in 1975. She remained with Tiffany for nine years during which time she created many beautiful jewels, predominantly in yellow gold and typically featuring inlaid gem...
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Late 20th Century American Bangles

Materials

18k Gold, Gold, Steel

Tiffany Platinum And Diamond 'Lynn' Earrings Designed By Schlumberger
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in London, GB
A pair of platinum and diamond ‘Lynn’ earrings designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co., the earrings formed of a stylised wavy X shape with tapering ends in polished platinum...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Stud Earrings

Materials

White Diamond, Platinum

Bulgari Blue And Fancy Pink Sapphire Platinum Doppio Ring Circa 1980
By Bulgari
Located in London, GB
A double sapphire and platinum 'Doppio' ring by Bulgari circa 1980. The natural fancy pink and blue sapphires, both oval cut, estimated at approximately 1.62ct and 1.61ct both unheat...
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Late 20th Century Dome Rings

Materials

Blue Sapphire, Pink Sapphire, Platinum

Art Deco Diamond and Onyx Stylised Floral Brooch Circa 1925
Located in London, GB
An Art Deco monochrome stylised floral brooch, circa 1925. The brooch is designed with a floral motif in the centre, set with old cut diamonds and accented with pieces of carved and ...
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Early 20th Century English Brooches

Materials

White Diamond, Onyx, Platinum

Antique Diamond & Natural Pearl Lozenge Pendant Attributed to Giuliano ca. 1880
Located in London, GB
An antique natural pearl and diamond pendant attributed to Carlo Giuliano, circa 1880. The pendant is designed in a lozenge shape made up of alternating natural pearls and old mine c...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Pendant Necklaces

Materials

White Diamond, Oriental Pearl, 18k Gold

Cartier 18ct Gold 'Paperclip' Long Chain Necklace 1977
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
18ct yellow gold 'Paperclip' long chain necklace by Cartier, 1977. The chain is formed of uniform stylised oval links, with a tongue and box clasp fastening. Maker Cartier Period 197...
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Late 20th Century English Chain Necklaces

Materials

18k Gold

Cartier Carved Chrysoprase Ruby And Black Lacquered 18ct Yellow Gold Ring 1991
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A vintage multi gem and black lacquer ring by Cartier. The ring is designed in a bombe shape set with carved chrysoprase leaves & round cabochon rub...
Category

Late 20th Century French Dome Rings

Materials

Chrysophrase, Ruby, 18k Gold

Georgian Old Cut Diamond Heart Shape Brooch Circa 1820
Located in London, GB
An antique old cut diamond heart brooch, circa 1820. The Georgian brooch is designed as an open heart shape, set with twenty-two old European cut diamonds all mounted in silver and gold with a single pin fitting to the reverse. Period Georgian circa 1820 Origin English Gemstones 22 x Old mine cut diamonds estimated 7.50cts Setting Silver and gold Weight 13.4 grams Dimensions Length: 3.4cm/1.3" Width (at widest point): 3.4cm/1.3" Condition Very good Directors Notes Tokens of love and sentiment feature prominently in jewellery dating back to the medieval period, but it was during the 19th century that the heart motif became highly prominent. The Victorian’s were hugely fond of heart shaped jewels...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Brooches

Materials

White Diamond, 18k Gold, Silver

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