Understated elegance meets spectacular sparkle in this classic, early-twentieth engagement ring, expertly handcrafted in platinum, featuring a breathtaking European-cut diamond, weighing just eight points shy of two carats. The GIA-certified stone (J color - VVS2 clarity) is securely held by six tap...(more)
A sparkling, collet-set, almost half-carat (just two pints shy) European-cut diamond is highlighted left and right with royal blue streaks of calibre sapphires in this classic Art Deco engagement ring, handcrafted in platinum and finished with hand engraving and fine milgraining- circa 1930. Ring si...(more)
Unique and unusual. A beautiful and sparkling Toi et Moi , or yin and yang, twin diamond ring, with a fitted wedding band, handcrafted in France during the first decade of the last century. A pair of bright-white old mine-cut diamonds sit across from each other between a sinuous S curv...(more)
A three-quarter carat European-cut diamond shines brightly from a square box head centered between graceful diamond-set garlands hand fabricated in platinum with delicate milgrain detailing. The center diamond is set low in this easy to wear engagement ring - circa 1930. Size 6 3/4.
1.35 carats of bright-white and sparkling, high-quality, round brilliant-cut diamonds are arrayed atop a 1 1/4 inch long navette shape dinner ring, crafted in rich 18K yellow gold.
A dynamic and highly-distinctive, original Art Deco dazzler - circa 1920s. A bright and brilliant old mine cushion-cut diamond, weighing one-and-a-quarter-carats, is horizontally set atop a magnificently ornamented platinum mounting. The ring is embellished all around with a handful of small single-...(more)
This distinctive vintage double-dazzler, crafted in platinum during the 1950's, presents a bright and beautiful 1.05 carat European-cut diamond beaming between shimmering scrolls of baguette diamonds punctuated by a pair of bezel-set round brilliant-cut diamonds at each end. The matching wedding ban...(more)
Something old and something new(ish).... a sparkling, high-quality .37 carat antique mine cut diamond found a new home circa 1950 in this pristine and charming white gold engagement ring. Set in lovely trefoil prongs, with glittering single-cut diamonds artfully spaced further apart on the shoulders...(more)
Old wine in a new bottle. This exquisite 1.26 carat antique cushion-cut diamond, accompanied by a GIA report stating G color, VS2 clarity, scintillates from a finely milgrained octagonal, bezel and is further enhanced with a geometric array of electric blue, French-cut calibre sapphires and fifty ...(more)
Lavender, long and lovely. An enchanting antique dinner ring - circa 1915 - sparkling front and center with a collet-set European-cut diamond radiating from the center of an elegantly elongated chalcedony plaque. The gemstones glow from atop an intricately ornamented mounting, die-stuck and hand det...(more)
Stately 1930s Art Deco geometry meets fanciful, feminine filigree in this sparkling vintage engagement ring, die-struck and hand tooled in bright 18K white gold. A brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .38 carat, radiates from within a double-tiered hexagonal setting accentuated with...(more)
The crowning glory of this truly exemplary and stunningly beautiful, original Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1920s - is a collet-set .81 carat European-cut diamond. The radiant rock is intricately embellished all around with a glittering array of small old mine and single-cut stones set in a radia...(more)