VINTAGE – individual creations from CADEAUX JEWELRY’S past, many unique, all distinctive.


The ring Matisse in 18 Karat white gold with a pink gold inner band was set with brilliant-cut Diamonds, Rubies, blue and yellow Sapphires, and was named in homage to French painter Henri Matisse (1869-1954). Vintage 2001.

Moser Pyrocumulus

Unique pendant of Ametrine (natural combination of Amethyst and Citrine), carved by the late Swiss-Australian artist Bruno Moser, and set in 18 Karat gold with diamonds. Bruno began carving gems into unique and wonderful sculptures in the 1970s. He held many exhibitions in Asia and traveled widely in Europe and the USA, always ready to present his creations to collectors. All his sculptures are one-of-a-kind and cannot be copied. Bruno once said: “The design is in the stone and every stone is different. All I do is remove material, and my art is knowing when to stop.” CADEAUX JEWELRY acquired a number of stones from Bruno Moser and worked them into exclusive jewelry.

Moser Soul

Unique necklace with an Ametrine (a rare natural combination of Amethyst and Citrine), carved by the late Swiss-Australian artist Bruno Moser, and set in 18 Karat gold with diamonds by Cadeaux Jewelry’s 2-Prong setting. Bruno began carving gems in in the 1970s and held many exhibitions all over the world. His sculptures are one-of-a-kind.


Ring Cleopatra is the queen of CADEAUX JEWELRY’s series that takes its inspiration from Egyptian mythology and history. This irreplaceable ring features a 42 carat Rubellite (also known as pink Tourmaline) as centrepiece, which was engraved by German gemstone-artist Erwin Pauli with an image of Cleopatra, queen of Egypt (69 BCE to 30 BCE). The Rubellite is encircled by a row of pave-set diamonds and another row of pink rubies. The lower half of the ring head is fully pave-set with black diamonds. The ring is made of 18 Karat white gold, and the inner band, which touches the finger, is of 18 karat rose gold and has a spring-mechanism that ensures a perfect fit to the finger. An Egyptian Ankh-symbol, which represents the concept of eternal life, is engraved on the outer ring band.

Great Sphynx

This astonishingly magnificent CADEAUX JEWELRY ring Great Sphynx is the penultimate collector’s-piece, a gemstone assemblage that includes a beautifully translucent green Tourmaline carved in the shape of a cat’s head and a large conically shaped Rutilized Quartz that combine together as head and body of a Sphinx-type statuette. The headdress is set with yellow Sapphires, Rubies, and Diamonds and the ring is made of 18K yellow and white gold with an Ankh symbol that represents the concept of eternal life engraved on the outer ring band.

Elephant Opium Weight Bolero

Ring Bolero with its large open circle lends itself perfectly to the addition of a gemstone or a miniaturised sculpture inside the open ring head. In this Ring Bolero Opium-Weight Edition, a small opium-weight in the form of an Elephant with Howdah made of solid Au 999 Fine-Gold and weighing approximately 15g, cast from an original opium-weight from the Golden Triangle, provides a unique variety for collectors. CADEAUX JEWELRY’S innovative 2-Prong-Setting that uses laterally attached 18 karat white gold prongs to secure and enhance the lustre of brilliant-cut diamonds, provides CADEAUX JEWELRY’S original identity.

Et in Arcadia Ego

The skull is a symbol of the transience of life and as memento mori a reminder that one has to die. ET IN ARCADIA EGO is Latin and means, “And in Arcadia I am”, however, if is thought to be spoken by a dead person (as in Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited) it may be understood as, “though I’m dead, I used to live in paradise like you,” or, “I too enjoyed the pleasures of life”. 17th century painter Nicolas Poussin idealised memento mori to suggest that through art one might become immortal. Worked in 18 Karat white gold, fully pave-set with 629 pieces or 4.84 carats of brilliant-cut diamonds, 2 emerald eyes, and mounted on an 18 Karat rose gold ring engraved on the outside.


The rings Vivido in 18 Karat gold featured beautiful color stones – Lemon Citrine, Peridot, Tourmaline, Garnet – mounted on a concave ring band with colourful ceramic. Vintage 1995.

Vivido Peridot

Ring in 18 Karat white gold, colored with green ceramic, set with a rare round facetted Peridot, plus 2 Princess-cut Diamonds.


A Gorilla emerging from the jungle with foliage growing over an Ionian Column representing a bygone civilization. A powerful motif of survival that is fabulously attractive and an engaging conversation-piece. The primate-face is hand-carved from Obsidian, which each piece showing variations in the combinations of gemstones and the characteristics of the great ape’s head. Mounted on a white gold chain partly set with diamonds.


The ring Catwalk was made in 18 Karat gold with a bezel-set and facetted Topaze, Amethyst, or Citrine of over 11mm in diameter and set with had brilliant-cut Diamonds. The typical wide ring-band evoked the idea of a catwalk. Vintage 2005.

Oh! Vienna

The ring Oh! Vienna was made in 18 Karat gold with a bezel-set Amethyst or a Citrine, which was a checker-board cut and over 11mm in diameter. The ring also had brilliant-cut Diamonds. Vintage 2008.

Eye of the Panther

A one-of-a-kind creation made of unusual natural gems and pearls. The key feature of CADEAUX JEWELRY Eye of the Panther are 2 panther-heads carved from Rubellite, a red variety of Tourmaline, carved in the traditional German gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein. The 2 panther-heads are set in 18 Karat white gold, joined by a safety clasp, studded with 111 brilliant-cut diamonds and attached to a string of natural black Tahitian South Sea pearls, 11-14 mm diameter, especially selected for CADEAUX JEWELRY by Andy Muller. The necklace is extendable.

The jewelry creations shown on this page are no longer part of the current production, or they are one-of-a-kind creations that can not be reproduced. They appear here to document some of the more extraordinary and unique creations by Cadeaux Jewelry over time.