Scintillating marquise diamonds on all four sides combined with round-cut diamond ribbons and bows support this beautiful and sparkling 1.35 carat transitional European-cut diamond in this ravishing and distinctly feminine, original antique engagement ring from the early twentieth century. Platinum....(more)
This is a great Retro right hand diamond ring from the 1940's. An asymmetrical geometric design in 18 karat yellow gold is brightened with a line of glittering diamonds.
A trio of bright-white European-cut diamonds twinkle from within double-tiered octagonal settings atop a fully ornamented filigree ring, die-struck and hand finished during the 1930s. Delightful.
This sophisticated and very cool original Art Deco ring glistens and glows with a one-carat European-cut diamond presented between a pair of half-moon diamonds for a striking effect. The heavy and masterfully-sculpted platinum mounting is further adorned with consummate Art Deco hand-engraving all a...(more)
This intriguing and sizable Georgian-era ring is crafted in silver over gold and centers on a classic diamond-set fleur d'leis framed in a twinkling surround of rose-cut diamonds. Just shy of one-inch in length; a regal jewel, Circa 1810.
A gorgeous platinum openwork Art Deco diamond engagement ring - circa 1930s. The center 1.20 carat European-cut diamond sparkles in a square box head embellished on each side by a trefoil design comprised of marquise and round-cut diamonds. The center section is outlined all around with a finely mi...(more)
Symmetrical, architecturally inspired geometry is artfully rendered in this original vintage engagement ring, crafted in platinum during the pinnacle of the art Deco period - circa 1925-1930. The central bright-white and brilliant .81 carat European-cut diamond is presented between stylized honeyco...(more)
A sleek, slender and sexy 1920s-30s vintage marquise diamond, weighing 1.36 carats but presenting considerably larger (9/16 inch long), is simply and elegantly displayed in a streamlined Art Deco solitaire setting glistening with tiny single-cut diamonds set along the double-sided shoulders and the ...(more)
This bright-white and beautiful 1.14 carat European-cut diamond appears to be significantly larger (at least one-and-a-half carats) in this strikingly stunning original Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1925-1930. The high-quality center diamond has a slightly 'spready' cut which adds extra dimension...(more)
Fit for a queen - an elaborately ornamented vintage dinner ring, crafted in two-tone 18 karat gold and emblazoned with a crown and sword (or scepter), a golden wreath, a couple gavels on the sides and a handful of glittering diamonds. The symbols all point to the origin of this ring being for the Or...(more)
A sizable and weighty diamond-headed, ruby-eyed serpent coils around your finger in this substantial, highy-textured antique snake ring crafted in heavy 14 karat yellow gold. This very cool ring measures 1 and 1/8 inch from head to tail. This ring is a fixed size 9 and makes a great index or middle ...(more)
An exemplary Edwardian three-stone diamond ring, die-stuck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1920. Three bright and lively European-cut diamonds, weighing 1.40 carats in the center and a combined 1.35 carats on the sides, radiate from within finely milgrained bezels which are ornamented all arou...(more)