This regal and ravishing early-nineteenth century diamond ring presents a bright-white old mine-cut diamond sparkling from within a majestic setting composed of platinum over 18 karat gold and containing three-quarter carats of smaller old mine-cut diamonds. One end is crowned with a shining quatref...(more)
This is a stunning platinum ring from the early 20th century, showcasing three bezel-set, old mine-cut diamonds with a total weight of 1.75 carats. The lozenge-shaped dome is delicately pierced with a beautiful, stylized foliate motif. Lovely.
A sparkling 1.04 carat transitional-cut diamond is majestically presented in a finely hand-crafted platinum mounting dating back to the first or second decades of the twentieth century. This gorgeous vintage engagement ring exhibits magnificent neo-classic ornamentation by means of elegant platinum ...(more)
This show-stopping right-hand fun ring, fabricated sometime in the late 20th century, pays homage to Retro designs of the glamorous 1940s. The 3.00 carat fancy lozenge-shape diamond, with a lite yellowish hue, is the shining star of this multi-dimensional 18K yellow setting co-starring a three-row w...(more)
A rare and radiant, navette shape, early-Victorian diamond dinner ring - circa mid-nineteenth century. A glistening array of unusually high-domed, asymmetrically cut rose-cut diamonds glisten from the darkly patinated top of this superb, all original antique diamond ring handcrafted way back when in...(more)
A big, bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing 2.22 carats, shines brightly from a stately and sturdy early-Art Deco style setting, crafted in platinum, which superbly emulates vintage engagement ring styles, circa 1915-1920s. The center diamond is embellished with four small square diam...(more)
This platinum Edwardian diamond dome ring features a sparkling 1.52 carat European-cut diamond set with delicate pointed prongs. This ornate ring is beautifully pierced and set with small diamonds throughout the dome and is finished with milgrain and engraved details.
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century, an enchanting, slender and gracefully flowing navette (or marquise) shaped diamond dinner ring. This ravishing and romantic ring was lovingly handcrafted in richly colored 14 karat yellow gold, which, being unusual for Edwardian jewelry, may even date it back ...(more)
A truly unique, high-profile and high-style early-Art Deco engagement ring, finely crafted in platinum, circa 1920. A sizzling European-cut diamond, weighing one-and-one-third of a carat (1.33), shines bright and proud, high atop an artful scaffold setting rising from diamond-set scroll motifs. Ligh...(more)
This versatile ring in platinum from the Art Deco era is perfect as a combination engagement ring/wedding band, a wide wedding band to match your vintage engagement ring, or as a fun right-hand ring. This ring is big on design and bling, but sits low on the hand for comfort. Three diamonds are set a...(more)
This impressive 32nd Degree Masonic ring features an "illusion" set .35 carat diamond flanked by black enamel insets with double-headed eagle and star and crescent moon motifs. In a finger size 10 1/2.
A superb and very special 1920's era diamond engagement ring, finely hand-crafted in platinum with consummate neo-classic design touches. A bright .60 carat European-cut diamond is enhanced with graceful open scroll work and consummate Art Deco hand-engraving. A true and timeless beauty.