A deep golden faceted oval Citrine radiates from within a glistening halo of rose-cut diamonds in this bright and sunshiny cocktail ring, crafted in platinum over 18 karat gold, dating back to the early 1900s. A vintage classic. The top of the ring measures 11/16 inch by a tad over 1/2 inch wide.
The American jewelry firm of J.E. Caldwell is internationally recognized as producing some of the most finely crafted and collectable jewels of early-to-mid-twentieth century.
This 18k yellow gold ring, topped in platinum, was impeccably hand fabricated during the 1910s-20s and features three electr...(more)
A refreshing cool blue emerald-cut Aquamarine glistens between geometric arrays of straight baguette diamonds (plus one small round diamond) in this late-Art Deco bauble, crafted in platinum and dating from the middle of the last century. The aqua measures 7/16 by 5/16 inch with an estimated weight ...(more)
A bold and beautiful statement in a late-Art Deco cocktail ring. A rich, vibrant green, elongated Colombian emerald, weighing 2.38 carats, joins forces with a pair of sparkling European-cut diamonds in this sizable and substantial (yet comfortable) architecturally inspired platinum ring - circa 1930...(more)
By way of early-twentieth century Chester, England (so the plentiful hallmarks tell us), a classic Edwardian finger-hugger, crafted in 18K yellow gold with a trio of deep blue sapphires and a sparkling quartet of old mine-cut diamonds glistening across your finger. The shoulders are adorned with dee...(more)
In the place of a boring old diamond, this gorgeous Jazz Age jewel features a velvety royal blue round faceted sapphire, weighing 2.62 carats. The radiant gemstone glistens from within a bezel-setting and crowns a truly splendid, classic Art Deco mounting. Crisply die-struck and hand tooled in plati...(more)
A light bluish-gray, high-domed cabochon sapphire, weighing 8 carats, with sharp and distinct asterism (the star phenomenon), is elegantly presented in sophisticated Art Deco fashion in this wonderfully wearable gemstone ring dating from the roaring 20s-30s. The shoulders of the hand fabricated plat...(more)
Crafted in platinum, circa 1950, a central row of bright green emeralds glistens slightly above and between two sparkling rows of bright white round brilliant-cut diamonds in this very cheerful triple-band ring. The size 5 1/2+ ring splits on top of the shank into a lovely trefoil design.
A liquid pastel blue emerald-cut aquamarine, weighing 11.00 carats, and boasting sharply cut corners, is artfully presented in this bold Retro mounting artfully composed of intertwined, two-tone gold wire dotted with ten glittering round diamonds. A unique and exceptional bauble, circa 1940s-50s. Th...(more)
A rare, wonderful and quite handsome gent's ring from Czarist Russia hand fabricated in 14K rose gold and silver and intricately ornamented all around with a floral and foliate design. The virgin shield shape cartouche awaits your initials or crest. Ring size 11+. Hallmarks on the upper ring shank ...(more)
The very finest in ox-blood colored Mediterranean coral is featured in this stunning yet understated 14k yellow gold ring, hand fabricated by none other than Cartier. The central coral cabochon is elegantly accented with a platinum fan on either side each containing three single-cut diamonds. An ico...(more)
The opulent drama of the 1920's is meticulously captured in this Art Deco Ring designed and hand fabricated by Marcus and Co. The platinum ring features a lustrous natural pearl, with a subtle rosé blush. The pearl is mounted within an open milgrained star which is framed by a diamond hexagon. Th...(more)