Both you and your ring will be the life of the party when you light up the room with this stunning and sensational, high-profile sparkler. This bold bombe shaped bauble is composed of alternating swirls of baguette and pave-set full-cut diamonds, totaling 3.00 carats, culminating in a bright and bea...(more)
An exquisitely detailed and very distinctive vintage diamond engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in 14K yellow gold with artfully rendered filigree ornamentation - circa 1930. The Art Deco ring is crowned with a bright-white and beautiful European-cut diamond weighing just a smidgin under ...(more)
By America's most celebrated purveyor of pretty things in small packages. A sweetheart of a ring, elegantly modeled in platinum, displaying a dazzling .20 carat round brilliant-cut diamond orbited by ten tiny full-cut diamonds, all set in milgrained platinum bezels above a gracefully scrolled under ...(more)
A sparkling trio of old mine-cut diamonds: a 1.51 carat antique cushion-cut in the center, and two on the sides together weighing 1.27 carats, sparkle shoulder-to-shoulder in this classic, yet flashy, 18K yellow gold Victorian-style ring. The diamonds date back to the late-19th century, the mounting...(more)
A bright-white and brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of half-a-carat, sparkles loud and proud atop a traditional mid-century (1940s-50s) vintage engagement ring with a subtle design twist on each shoulder. Crafted in two-tone, yellow and white (on top) gold.
In the literally 'earthshaking' World Series of 1989, the Giants were swept in four straight games by the powerhouse Oakland A's. They weren't going to get their World Series rings, but the National League saw to it that they received something to commemorate their otherwise victorious season. The G...(more)
Stately architectural lines distinguishes this original Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold - circa 1930. The multi-dimensional design culminates in a bright-white, quarter-carat European-cut diamond flanked on each side with a tiny twinkler for accent. ...(more)
This sleekly fashioned, mid-century band ring, crafted in platinum circa 1950s, gently curves across your finger with three glistening rows of round single-cut diamonds punctuated on each side with chevron-shaped terminals that seamlessly flow into the ring shank. A streamlined sparkler.
A chic, high-style diamond ring - circa 1940s - sleekly crafted in yellow gold and topped with palladium - a WWII era substitute for platinum, which was needed by our armed forces as a strategic metal. A fun and restive right-hand ring, or an artistic vintage engagement ring.
A glorious and gleaming original Art Deco engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1920s. A bright and lively 1.20 carat old mine-cut diamond is flanked on each side with a pair of shimmering straight baguette diamonds punctuated with a triangular-set diamond, all of which are bordered all aroun...(more)
A glorious and glittering European-cut diamond, weighing .41 carat but presenting considerably larger in a floating, double-tiered, cushion-shape setting, shines solo in this relatively simple, yet highly effective, solitaire engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in two-tone gold - circa 193...(more)
A rare and ravishing jewel from Cartier-Paris, circa 1930s. A gorgeous, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 3.28 carats, sizzles between a pair of long and slender straight baguette diamonds (.50 carats total) set in platinum. The diamond is accompanied by a photostat of a GIA certifi...(more)