A cool glacial blue emerald-cut aquamarine, weighing 23.50 carats, glistens solo from within a hand fabricated, gleaming white gold mounting in this bright and beautiful just-for-fun-ring, dating from the mid-twentieth century.
The aqua measures 3/4 by 5/8 inch. Ring size 7 1/4.
A deep purple, asymmetrical, cabochon amethyst, with a faceted pavilion, is flush set into a similarly sculpted, geometric, sharply beveled setting in 18 karat yellow gold with one-third carat of sparkling, round brilliant diamonds. Stamped 'Z/S' - a work of art by the estimable firm 'Zimmelman &a...(more)
Xmas, 1926: this delightful small scale dinner ring was sitting under a lucky recipient's Christmas tree or inside a stocking, and now it belongs on your/her finger. A vibrant, velvety square sapphire radiates from the center of the vertically designed jewel, handcrafted in platinum with one-third-o...(more)
A splendid original Art Deco gemstone ring by the highly esteemed New York and Chicago jewelers' Dreicer & Co. This 1920s treasure centers on a bright and glowing translucent green cabochon emerald, weighing 1.50 carats. The gorgeous emerald is accompanied north and south by two bright-white Eur...(more)
A vibrant melange of cool pastel colors, highlighted with flashes of orange around the edges, shimmer and glow in this entrancing 6 carat opal. The colorful gemstone is bezel-set and framed in high-polished white gold punctuated with eight evenly spaced round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling three-q...(more)
A 21 millimeter (7/8 inch) medium-purple-hued, round faceted amethyst is presented in an elaborately and substantially (heavily) constructed 18 karat yellow gold mounting adorned with an elegant rope, or twisted wire motif which continues all around the fluted ring shank. The amethyst weighs a whopp...(more)
From late-nineteenth~early-twentieth-century England, a classic late-Victorian 'carved' ring crafted in rich 18K yellow gold and featuring a trio of rich royal-blue sapphires separated by two pairs of glistening old mine-cut diamonds. An endearing and enduring treasure in a size 7 1/2.
This early-twentieth century late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco finger-hugger wraps your finger with four rich luscious green old mine emeralds, totaling 1.25 carats, shining shoulder-to-shoulder. The colorful quartet is set in 18K gold and is framed with bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamonds ...(more)
Two-tone rose and yellow gold and a lively lime-green peridot unite for an entrancingly exuberant effect in this bright and cheerful Retro ring - circa 1950s - with a rather unusual provenance - Vienna, Austria. Unique and artsy. The top of the ring measures just over 3/4 inch by 5/8 inch. In a ring...(more)
A gorgeous, large-scale (7/8 by 3/4 inch) Victorian cabochon opal and diamond ring. This 7.45 carat opal glows with an enchanting play of blues and greens with flashes of orange overtones. The high-cabochon gemstone is framed by sixteen sparkling antique mine-cut diamonds totaling just over one-and-...(more)
A bright and shining sky blue faceted oval aquamarine, weighing 1.80 carats, is wreathed in sparkling diamonds and platinum, above a rich 18 karat yellow gold gallery and ring shank in this perfectly lovely just-for-fun ring, recently and beautifully crafted in London, England in timeless Edwardian ...(more)
A bright, happy green oval jadeite of natural color sits snug in this low-profile 1930s vintage platinum and diamond ring designed with glittering diamond-set trefoil shoulders. The back side of the jade displays a carved symbol, perhaps the carvers chop mark, or this piece may have been cut long ag...(more)