Antique and Vintage Jewelry, Russian Imperial Era Antiques, Pre-1917 Faberge
Art Nouveau Antique Sapphire and 14K Gold Men's Ring
Antique 1.12 ct Diamond 14K Gold Silver Men's Ring 1800s
Art Nouveau / Jugenstil Antique Diamond Emerald Platinum 14K Gold Cufflinks...
Antique Art Nouveau Gemstone Flower Ring, Diamond Emerald Sapphire Ruby ...
About Romanov Russia Ltd
Based in Chicago, we specialize in original fine antique jewelry from all periods and styles, from ancient times to Art Deco, authentic pre-1917 jewelry by Carl Faberge including rare miniature Faberge eggs, vintage engagement rings of unique designs, unusual men's rings, and rare Russian demantoid jewelry. We are experts in antique Russian silver, enamels, porcelain, glass, medals, and items related to the Romanov Imperial family and the last Czar Nicholas II.
We don't sell modern "in style" pieces, copies, or reproductions.
All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and of the period stated.
If a jewel is stated to be from a specific era, then it was made during that time: Victorian (mid to late 1800s), Art Nouveau (1890s - early 1900s), Edwardian (1901-1915), Art Deco (1910s, 1920s, 1930s).
We offer free world-wide FedEx shipping and 10 day returns.
Three and six month layaway plans are available with 1/3 down payment. Please ask for details.
Since 1998, Romanov Russia Ltd has sold thousands of high-end Russian antiques and Faberge to private collectors, investors, art funds, and major museums (including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC). Besides buying and selling, Romanov Russia authenticates Russian antiques, Russian jewelry hallmarks and Faberge objects (the service is free to our clients). Areas of expertise: pre-1917 Russian Imperial era jewelry, Soviet jewelry (Soviet Art Deco and Avant Garde jewelry of the 1930s), Russian demantoid jewelry, Imperial watches, cloisonne / champleve / guilloche enamels on silver and gold, silver & enamel icons, tsarist porcelain and palace glass, medals / badges / orders, Imperial family photographs, books from Imperial palace libraries, tsar Nicholas II and the Romanov royal family memorabilia. Also, we are always looking to buy fine and rare pieces in those categories.