Rare and wonderful, this Victorian-era rose-cut diamond solitaire hails from 19th-century Netherlands. The .35 carat rose-cut diamond catches the light from every angle and is set in silver atop a tailored yet feminine design, crafted in lustrous rose gold. Hallmarked and in excellent condition.
This very distinctive and distinguished gent's ring, fashioned in classic 'cigar band' style with a ribbed design, highlights a bright and shining round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .70 carat (but presenting somewhat larger due to its raised, white gold, hexagonal setting), accented on each side ...(more)
A scintillating septet of gorgeous, high-crowned, old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 2.50 carats, join forces to create this dynamic ultra-sparkler, crafted in silver over gold - circa 1890 - during a brief Georgian revivalist period. The top measures just over 1/2 inch; currently ring size 8 1/2.
A beautifully blazing European-cut diamond, weighing 1.43 carats, scintillates day and night from within a subtle, yet striking, variation on a classic engagement ring. In place of the usual plain baguette diamond shoulders, the center stone is further embellished with an angled pair of small round ...(more)
A gorgeous, glistening Old Mine-cut diamond, weighing one-and-a-quarter carats, crowns a dazzling diamond dome in this original early-Art Deco delight, die struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1920. The scintillating center stone is joined by six sizable companions, together weighing an addi...(more)
A bright-white, blazing and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .86 carat, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating I color - VS1 clarity, is presented in sculpted trefoil prongs, between two pair of small transitional-cut diamonds. The vintage diamond, which dates from the 1920s, w...(more)
Understated elegance in design competes with a bright-white and extravagantly sparkling transitional round brilliant-cut diamond in this traditional and timeless treasure, hand fabricated in platinum during the mid-twentieth century. The scintillating stone, weighing 1.12 carats, beams between a pa...(more)
A gorgeous, classically modeled, high-color and clarity, vintage emerald-cut diamond, weighing 1.79 carat and accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: G color VVS1 clarity, beams brightly between two pairs of perpendicularly arrayed straight baguette diamonds, set in a newly handmade pla...(more)
An absolutely gorgeous European-cut diamond, weighing 2.09 carats, beams brilliantly from within an original platinum and diamond mounting dating from the early-twentieth century. The splendid ring, which you can tell from the all around hand engraving has never been resized, is adorned with a chara...(more)
Consummate Art Deco artistry and sophistication is in full flower in this singular sparkler, circa 1925. A slenderly modeled marquise diamond is embraced on each side with a mirror-image, diamond-set floral motif accented with royal blue calibre and navette sapphires, bordered top and bottom with a ...(more)
A tiny twinkler tops this fancifully filigreed and thoroughly feminine engagement ring, die-struck in 18 karat white gold - circa 1930.
A captivating quintet of old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 1.25 carats, each baring an individual faceting style (as was the hallmark of the diamond cutters of yore), create a sparkling flash across your finger in this elegantly simplified and classic design, hand fabricated in 18K rosy-yellow gold - ...(more)