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Friday Finds: New at Kenneth James Collection

Buccellati Diamonds and Peridot Cocktail Ring

We’re mesmerized by Kenneth James Collection‘s new arrivals!

We think you will be too. Take a look at a few we loved.

1920s Elegant Art Deco French Paste Bracelet

1920s Elegant Art Deco French Paste Bracelet - at Kenneth James Collection - at Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

A grand piece of 1920s Art Deco “traveling jewelry” made in the style of fine jewelry. A silver and French paste bracelet imitating diamonds and emeralds.

Art Nouveau Swiss Enamel Pocket Watch

Art Nouveau Swiss Enamel Pocket Watch, 18k gold - at Kenneth James Collection - at Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Art Nouveau Swiss Enamel Pocket Watch, 18k gold.

1940s Hobe Gold and Silver Pendant Brooch

1940s Hobe Gold and Silver Pendant Brooch - at Kenneth James Collection - at Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Large and unique, 1940s Retro style Hobe pendant brooch, featuring green and amber Bohemian crystal jewels, set in a floral framework of hand wrought sterling silver with 14K elements. Hobe mark, silver and gold marks on reverse.

Buccellati Diamonds and Peridot Cocktail Ring

Buccellati Diamonds and Peridot Cocktail Ring - at Kenneth James Collection - at Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Buccellati Diamonds and Peridot Cocktail Ring – a perfect statement ring

Vintage Tiffany & Co Necklace

Blue and Leopard print - Vintage Tiffany & Co necklace, Angela Cummings inlay . Onyx, mother of pearl, enamel - at Kenneth James Collection - at Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

Vintage Tiffany & Co necklace, Angela Cummings inlay . Onyx, mother of pearl, enamel

 

Stop by KJC in Gallery #47 to see these and other exceptional items.

Contact: [212.888.0165 | ken@kennethjamescollection.com]

Kenneth James Collection has unique 20th century jewelry from Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels and many more – as well as commercial Lalique and Baccarat perfume bottles.

The Manhattan Art and Antique Center is located at 1050 2nd Avenue (at 56th Street) and we’re open to the public daily from 10:30AM to 6PM and Sunday noon – 6PM.

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