This gorgeous Edwardian-era solitaire diamond engagement ring, circa 1915, elegantly presents a 2.90 carat antique cushion-cut diamond, accompanied by an EGL - European Gemological Laboratory certificate stating: H color - VS2 clarity, however, we have graded the color to be somewhat lower based on ...(more)
This original and pristine platinum and diamond engagement ring, circa 1930, perfectly reflects the Art Deco aesthetic. A glorious and glistening European-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat, is embellished all around with small diamonds sparkling from within individual geometric settings. Delicate mil...(more)
A bright and shining emerald-cut diamond, weighing just a tad under one-half carat, presents even a bit larger in a bright-white gold illusion setting. Classic, elegant simplicity.
A dazzling, bright white 1/2 carat transitional-cut diamond is the star of the show in this vintage sparkler, but it is the bevy of delightful details that give this ring its style and panache. A central illusion setting is flanked by tiered shoulders with diamond epaulets (milgrained throughout), t...(more)
This singular and stunning, original early-Art Deco engagement ring sparkles front-and-center with a bright-white antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing 1.06 carats. The superbly detailed, low-profile, platinum setting is imbued with delicate geometric filigree work on the shoulders and a few tiny si...(more)
Although dating from the early-Art Deco period - circa 1920 - the designer of this stunning platinum solitaire engagement ring opted to thoroughly adorn the ring with timeless scroll and acanthus leaf motifs adopted from ancient Attic and Roman architecture. The sublime mounting is crowned with a go...(more)
A stunningly beautiful sparkler by America's preeminent purveyor of small precious packages - Tiffany & Co. This contemporary, yet classic, engagement ring scintillates with a gorgeous, high-caliber round brilliant-cut diamond, bearing a sumptuous leather-bound Tiffany & Co. certificate stat...(more)
A true classic diamond engagement ring from the 1950s. A .20 carat European-cut diamond is set into a square box head and highlighted on either side with a small accent diamond. Vintage charm!
A sweet and petite vintage engagement ring from the 1950s. This 14 karat two-tone ring features a .18 carat transitional round brilliant-cut diamond is set with four classic claw prongs. The center diamond is embraced by a small accent diamond on either side and a stylized scroll motif.
A big, bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing 3.31 carats, shines (almost) solo from an exquisite Edwardian style platinum solitaire setting. The fabulous diamond is embraced by four slender diamond-shaped (as in playing cards) prongs, each of which twinkles with a tiny round diamond. T...(more)
This sleekly modeled, low profile engagement ring from the 1930s hugs your finger and scintillates with a bright-white and brilliant European-cut diamond, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Dossier stating: I color - VS1 clarity. The shoulders of the ring sparkle with a double row of tiny single-cut diamo...(more)
An antique cushion-cut, or old mine-cut, diamond, weighing just ten points shy of one carat, sparkles loudly from this sleek and streamlined platinum mounting dating from the 1930s. The steeply sloped shoulders shimmer with a slender straight baguette diamond followed by a twinkling single-cut diamo...(more)