This season is all about hoops
We have a super selection in silver and 9ct gold.
Sometimes you can’t replicate the workmanship of the old days. This is a beautiful example of the late Victorian era with five graduating old European-cut diamonds each pavé-set in an elliptical shaped setting. This ring is crafted entirely in warming 18ct yellow gold and was made in Chester in 1896. €775
If you’d like to try on any of our vintage style jewellery you can find our shop on Winthrop Street, Cork City. We’re just around the corner from Brown Thomas.
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An exquisite piece of antique Edwardian jewellery, featuring vibrant rubies & sparkling old-cut diamonds pavé-set into a star setting of 9ct yellow gold. To try on some of our antique, vintage and new bracelets and bangles why not pop into our jewellers on Winthrop Street, Cork City.
A stunning piece of antique Victorian Jewellery, a 15ct gold bracelet set with round cabochon-cut turquoise gemstones and seed pearls. The bracelet features a box clasp which gives a continuous effect when wearing it, set entirely in 15ct yellow gold.
To try on some of our antique, vintage and new gold bracelets why not pop into our jewellers on Winthrop Street, Cork City
If you haven’t tried polishing your silver using Hagerty’s Silver Foam yet then you’re missing out. There’s nothing more satisfying than looking at your freshly polished silver, however, firstly you need to get through the dreaded task of cleaning it. Hagerty’s products make it so easy to get that beautiful shine. When we started using silver foam in our jewellers we never looked back, not only is it less abrasive than most old fashioned cleaners but it also takes half the time. It’s simple to use just wash the piece with the foam, rinse and dry! €12
We also have other Hagerty’s products such as silver clean for jewellery (€12), jewel clean for gold (€12), pearl clean (€12), silver gloves (€22), Silver Bath for cutlery (€18) and silver & jewel cloths (€8). If you ever need advice on cleaning we would be happy to talk to you in our store at 8 Winthrop Street, Cork.
During the Victorian period design tended to be extremely decorated and ornamental. It was a time where craftsmen liked to display their skills in an ostentatious way. During this era berry spoons were quite a popular item with a lot of chase & repoussé work around the bowl of the spoons coupled with ornate engraving along the handle.
Here is a perfect example of such beautiful Victorian craftsmanship. This sterling silver berry ladle is profusely decorated with chase & repoussé work around the bowl and exquisite bright-cut engraving on the handle. The bowl is also pierced with star shapes to allow for sifting. This is an unusual piece as it is in the form of a ladle rather than the typical tablespoon shape. It was made in 1894 and assayed in London.
If you would like to see some more of our antique berry spoons why not pay our jewellers a visit on Winthrop Street, Cork City.
Georg Jensen have been producing fine pieces of silver for over a century and are renowned for their simplistic but beautiful designs. This set of six coffee spoons in sterling silver is a real showcase of the sublime work that they produce. This Art Deco influenced set has a selection of different enamelled colours and each is with a nice gold gilt finish.
If you would like to see more of our vintage and antique pieces you can visit our jewellers on Winthrop Street, Cork City.
A superb piece of Edwardian jewellery with three clusters consisting of an old-cut diamond surrounded by six seed pearls and an outer plain gold oval. Between each of the clusters and at either end of the row of clusters is a pavé-set turquoise stone. Where the clusters finish the bracelet continues into a tight curb link and features a blended box clasp and safety chain at the back.
*Sold*-A pair of beautiful antique plain design mustard spoons from the George III period in a plain design. Made in London, 1814.