A petite, precious and pristine collectable - circa late-1700s ~ early 1800s - featuring a glowing trio of oval cabochon garnets. Hand crafted in 18K yellow gold, the white enamel inscription reads: "MARY LEARY OB 19 AUG 1781 AEI Y 10 M".
The AEI stands for Affinity, Eternity, Infinity or Amity, Et...(more)
Here is a serious ring for a man's man (or even a lady's man - or both)! An amazing, high-domed cabochon star sapphire, weighing a whopping 42.19 carats, displaying a cool denim blue hue, imbued dead center with a distinct six-legged star - a.k.a. 'asterism' (the reason the star appears just a tad o...(more)
A bright, oval cushion-cut Burmese ruby, weighing 1.00 carat (but appearing larger due to its shallow cut), and displaying a vibrant pinkish-red color, glistens in the center of concentric diamond-set ovals, crafted in platinum over 18K gold and glittering with a half-carat of bright-white antique-c...(more)
A natural, no-heat oval sapphire, weighing 1.24 carats, radiates between a matched pair of bright-white European-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.30 carats (all from within finely millegrained octagonal settings) in this classic Art Deco three-stone ring, hand fabricated in platinum - circa 1920s-3...(more)
A kaleidoscopic play of honey and green, with flashes of reddish-orange and yellow, inhabit this exotic cabochon jelly opal presented in restrained Art Deco fashion between glittering diamond-set chevrons. A party for your pinky! (or any other finger). Circa 1930s. Currently ring size 6.
A simply stunning Edwardian-era three-stone ring, hand crafted in platinum and 18K white gold and starring a sweet and luscious and absolutely 'gemmy' natural Burmese ruby, weighing one-and-a-half carats. The crystalline gemstone boasts a diamond-like purity and displays a rich pinkish-red hue, and ...(more)
Tones of milk & honey wink back at you from this elegant 1.50 Cat's-Eye Chrysoberyl ring, surrounded with a frame of shimmering, bright white, old-mine-cut diamonds, weighing a total of .80 carat, all set in 14K rose gold. The 'eye of the cat' (aka 'chatoyancy') is oriented diagonally across the...(more)
A seriously 'gemmy', natural, no-heat sapphire, weighing 4.90 carat and originating from old Burma beams from within a newly handmade platinum mounting, rendered in enduring vintage style, enlivened with French-cut diamonds shimmering along the shoulders and tiny round diamonds glittering on the si...(more)
Consummate Victorian artistry is exemplified in this classic emerald and diamond three-stone 'carved' ring adorned with elaborate scrolls and curvilinear engraving. This beautiful late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century jewel features a vibrant green emerald, weighing 1.00 carat, set horizontally an...(more)
Unique, chic and magnifique! This intriguingly gorgeous vintage jewel, hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1930s-40s, highlights a sumptuous Ceylon blue emerald-cut sapphire, weighing 5.68 carats, bearing an AGL gemstone report stating: No gemological evidence of heat treatment. Ceylon (Sri Lanka) or...(more)
This light, lovely and relatively petite fashion ring from Cartier probably dates back to the late 1960s - 1970s. Tiny brilliant cut diamonds border and wrap around a shimmering tiger eye rectangle (with a teeny-tiny, virtually unnoticeable chip on one corner - easily replaced but priced accordingly...(more)
A bright and clear mint-green beryl (a light, crystalline version of an Emerald, and this one would be called one by most people), weighing 5.50 carats, glistens from within a raised bezel inside a frame of bright white single-cut diamonds in this gorgeous cocktail ring, hand fabricated in platinum ...(more)