A very bright and vibrant royal blue cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 1.20 carat, is traditionally presented within a sparkling diamond halo in this classic Edwardian jewel, crafted in platinum over 14 karat gold - circa 1910-1920.
A cool and colorful 'Bulgari-esque' three-stone band ring, crafted in gleaming 18 karat yellow gold, featuring an oval-shaped ruby (weighing just a smidgin shy of one carat) set horizontally in the center, flanked on either side by a pear-shaped gemstone: one sapphire, one emerald. All three stones ...(more)
A sleek and striking finger-hugger, crafted in platinum, circa 1950s, designed and created in homage to perennial Art Deco streamlined style. A glossy black jade saddle gracefully curves over your finger and is bordered top and bottom with sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds, and on the sides wit...(more)
A rather intriguingly colored blue star sapphire with distinct color zoning, ranging from light bluish-gray to deep indigo blue, distinguishes this otherwise classic mid-century vintage gent's ring. The 9 carat gemstone displays a shimmering six-legged star and glows between a pair of glistening str...(more)
A bright translucent oval jadeite cabochon, with a vibrant rich green hue, is bezel-set in rich and substantial 18 karat yellow gold and is held in place by a fully fluted ring shank supported with a platinum under gallery. An exceptionally lovely, tailored, low profile, neo-classical style jade rin...(more)
A bold and beautiful bauble featuring a lavender-purple faceted oval amethyst comfortably nestled in an elaborately designed and rendered bombe mounting evocative of the work of Buccellatti. The Italianate mounting is crafted in rose gold and darkened silver punctuated with a half dozen glittering ...(more)
A vibrant, deep cornflower blue, round faceted sapphire radiates from atop an intricately detailed and gracefully domed ring, crafted in platinum in emulation of early twentieth century Edwardian/Art Deco style. The crisply beveled octagonal center setting is effectively softened below with fanciful...(more)
A distinctive and dramatic diamond dinner ring, from fin de siècle France, centering on a single round pearl (more than likely natural) atop a spider web lattice glistening with four bezel-set old mine-cut diamonds and a delicately millegrained diamond-set X motif. Elegantly hand crafted in ...(more)
From the apex of the Art Deco period - circa 1925 - via Paris, France, comes this exquisite platinum and diamond jewel featuring a rich and ravishing, royal-blue, natural emerald-cut sapphire originating from the long ago exhausted mines of old Burma. The gorgeous 3.50 carat rectangular sapphire is ...(more)
A cool, deep glacier-blue emerald-cut aquamarine, measuring 10 carats, brightly glistens above and between a pair sparkling diamond-set plaques, adorned with decorative pierced details and fine milgraining, in this consummate Art Deco and smile-inducing jewel, crafted in platinum - circa 1930s.
A tantalizing trio of rich royal blue, natural no-heat, cushion-cut sapphires - totaling just a tad shy of 2 carats - alternate with two pair of vertically-set sparkling round diamonds in this classic Victorian ‘carved’ ring by way of late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century Great Britain. A gra...(more)
A bright electric red tourmaline (a.k.a. rubelite), weighing 1.90 carats, is a dead ringer for a gemmy Burmese ruby in this very striking and stunning Art Deco bombe ring, crisply crafted in platinum - circa 1920s-30s. The luscious red gemstone crowns a diamond studded geodesic dome adorned in class...(more)