A bright, sparkling, antique cushion-cut diamond - weighing just shy of a half-carat - scintillates from atop a gracefully sculpted yellow gold solitaire mounting crafted in the Netherlands during the early twentieth century. Hollandaise hallmarks on the outside of the ring shank.
A glistening half-carat European-cut diamond shines forth from a beveled hexagonal setting, which has the effect of making the diamond appear a little larger than its actual .53 carat weight. The artfully sculpted openwork mounting displays a seamless blending of Art Deco and neo-classical design el...(more)
This fabulous, original, Art Deco engagement ring features a bright and shining 2.36 carat European-cut diamond radiating from within an octagonal setting. The diamond is embellished in consummate Art Deco fashion with striking royal blue, French-cut, calibre sapphires (synthetic) adorning a finely ...(more)
A bright-white, high-quality transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond shines brightly from a straight ahead, late 1930s traditional platinum and diamond setting. The center diamond is tastefully accented on both sides with a trio of small sparkling, full-cut diamonds set at an effective ang...(more)
This big, bright, brilliant, beautiful and superbly proportioned pear-shape diamond weighs 4.89 carats - however, due to masterful cutting, the stone appears to be about 5.50 carats. This magnificent diamond radiates from between a pair of giant tapered baguette diamonds, which we estimate to weigh ...(more)
A glittering 1.45 carat European-cut diamond is set with claw prongs in this classic Mid-Century, Deco-inspired platinum ring. The center diamond is flanked by channel-set, baguette-cut diamonds, and single-cut diamonds set in fish tail settings.
Not quite direct from Birmingham, England comes this sparkling solitaire diamond ring featuring a bright .44 carat old mine-cut diamond, star-set in an 18 karat setting, replete with British hallmarks and signed S. Bros. In a finger size 9 1/2.
This 1940s vintage Victorian retrospective ring, suitable for either gender, radiates with a sparkling and colorless .71 carat transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond. The diamond shines from a tailored beveled setting in white gold to add maximum sparkle and contrast to the gracefully car...(more)
A bright-white, radiant and classically proportioned emerald-cut diamond, weighing 3.18 carats, glistens from between two rows of shimmering baguette diamonds in this breathtakingly beautiful estate engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1950s. The diamond is accompanied by a GIA - Gem ...(more)
This exceptional, ravishing and original Edwardian diamond engagement ring was finely hand fabricated in platinum during the first one or two decades of the twentieth century. A bright-white, high-quality 1.60 carat European-cut diamond radiates from atop an artfully sculpted, finely pierced and mil...(more)
This pristine, original Art Deco diamond engagement ring is set with a .76 carat transitional round brilliant-cut diamond. The diamond is bead set in a hexagonal head and flanked by calibre-cut sapphires and small accent diamonds set throughout the pierced gallery. The shank is engraved with a folia...(more)
This splendid, splashy and sparkling estate engagement ring, circa 1950s-1960s, is an early example of the pave' diamond jewelry to follow. The bright and brilliant center diamond, weighing .44 carats, shines atop a blazing backdrop of closely-set ('paved') full-cut diamonds. A smile-inducing vintag...(more)