A rich and radiant Colombian emerald, weighing .65 carat, beams from within a sparkling diamond frame bookended by diamond-set flares on each shoulder. This classic Art Deco beauty is finished with a lovely scroll work under gallery. Ring size 7 1/4.
A cool and refreshing, modestly proportioned emerald-cut aquamarine shines solo in this original Art Deco ring, circa 1930s, die-struck and hand engraved in sturdy two-tone 10K gold with crisp geometric lines. Ring size 5 1/2.
Countless forest green dendrites coalesce to form an organic work of abstract art in this unique large-scale gent's ring, rendered in 9K rose gold (thus more than likely of British origin) in this very wearable and striking, Victorian-era conversation piece. Circa latter-19th century. The agate meas...(more)
We're not sure if this unusual free form ring dates all the way back to the first decade of the last century, but it most certainly evokes a distinct Art Nouveau aesthetic. An unusual baroque freshwater pearl is enwrapped by textured leaves and shimmers between a pair of sparkling old mine-cut diamo...(more)
A big (size 11 1/2), bold, gold, man size ring designed and produced respectively by Jean Schlumberger and Tiffany & Co. in richly textured 18K yellow gold. The radiating swirl design culminates in a deep cobalt blue lapis lazuli cabochon, (almost) microscopically flecked with golden pyrite. An ...(more)
By Jones and Woodland, the predecessor of Krementz, comes this exotic and unusual scarab ring crowned with a turquoise-colored carved scarab. The artfully sculpted shoulders depict ancient Egyptian mother goddess Mut in her vulture headdress. It took more than a few black belt gemologists to identif...(more)
An electric Caribbean blue zircon and diamond ring, die-struck in sturdy two-tone 10K gold, by Chas, Hancock, Rhode Island 1883-1922. The collet-set gemstone radiates between a pair of tiny twinkling diamonds. Makes for a beautiful and unusual alternative engagement ring. Ring size 6.
A tiny trio of round diamonds twinkle from atop a shimmering, fancy shaped carved quartz crystal (sometimes referred to as camphor glass) in this sweet and lovely depression-era dinner ring, die-struck and hand finished in fabulous filigree with an embossed ring shank. The top measures 7/8 inch long...(more)
A luscious wine red 1.20 carat oval faceted garnet is embraced by multiple prongs in this sweet, petite Victorian ring handcrafted in 14 karat rose gold. Delicate pierced shoulders finish the ring with a lovely flourish. In a size 5 3/4.
By one of America's most-celebrated 20th century jewelers, an entrancing blue star sapphire, with a faint violet cast, measuring just under five carats (and presenting larger due to its flat bottom cut) and displaying a vivid six-legged star (a/k/a/ asterism) is elegantly presented in platinum. The ...(more)
This extra-long (just shy of 1 1/4 inch) and extra-lovely Victorian treasure is designed around a radiant row of seven gorgeous royal blue sapphires totaling 2.00 carats. The splendid gemstones are bezel-set and bordered on each side with glistening rose-cut diamonds in an elegantly elongated navett...(more)
A trio of opals imbued with pastel colored palettes alternate with tiny lustrous seed pearls in this very sweet Victorian treat. Ring size 6 3/4.