This historical Elisha Kent Kane Award Medal was made by the A.C. Frank Company, in solid 18 karat gold, and was presented to William C. Farabee by the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, in 1916, for eminent geographical research.
This extremely rare, 1-of-a-kind, Samuel Wylie Miller Memorial Medal was made by Tiffany & Co., in solid 14 karat gold, and was presented to John J. Chyle in 1954 for his exceptional technological advancements in the field of science and welding.
This extremely rare, 1-of-a-kind, New York Zoological Society Award Medal was made by Tiffany & Co., in solid 14 karat gold, and was presented to John Tee-Van in 1961 for 50 years of scientific achievement and devoted service.
This 1-of-a-kind, solid 14 karat gold, commemorative NYC Police badge represents a piece of American history!
This Art Deco era pearl necklace is fastened by a custom-made, platinum and diamond clasp with details simply not found in today's jewelry.
While Rolex is primarily known for their sport models such as the Datejust, Submariner, Yachtmaster, etc., they also produce a dress line known as Rolex Cellini.
Like many Masonic pieces, there is plenty of hidden symbolism within this Edwardian era, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Masonic ring.
This antique, Victorian era pocket watch is a work of art...literally!
This unusual, vintage Rolex was a pleasure to handle!
Members of the United States military are rewarded in various ways for their achievements. Whether it be with ribbons, medals or jewelry, military men become more decorated as they progress in rank.