A triumvirate of intimidating Roman Centurions are revealed from a single stone, in very high-profile and in three distinct colors - rusty maroon, deep brownish-peach, and white - and against a black backdrop, in this superb and striking antique cameo ring. The simple gold ring is of early-to mid-19...(more)
A rare, wonderful and highly distinctive natural jade and diamond dinner ring from the early-twentieth century. The sizable (almost 1 and 1/4 inches long) Edwardian ring features a lozenge-shape jadeite (measuring 11/16 by 7/16 inch), displaying a mottled Kelly-green color, bezel set in a consummate...(more)
A lovely and dainty Art Deco ring featuring a glowing, bezel-set, translucent dark gray opal with a striking polychromatic play of color. The colorful gemstone is flanked on each side with stylized diamond-set, milgrained "V"s and a hand-engraved and hand-tooled gallery and shoulders. The upper half...(more)
It would be hard to improve upon the color of this diamond bright, luscious green, very fine quality Colombian emerald (even our talented photographer can’t really do it justice), weighing 1.85 carats (however, due to the masterful cutting, the emerald ‘presents’ well over two carats). This ex...(more)
Original vintage emerald gent’s rings are quite scarce, and this one is a rare find and a beauty. A clean, light to medium crystalline green emerald-cut emerald, weighing 2.15 carats, is set flush in a beveled platinum top and is highlighted on each side by a sparkling European-cut diamond. The ma...(more)
This mondo-groovy example of art jewelry from the 1960s is large, multi-dimensional and freeform in design. It is reminiscent of an amoeba with a 9.50 carat light pink Kunzite floating in the 14 karat gold endoplasm of this organic creation. The Kunzite is accented by six pink tourmalines (one for e...(more)
This dainty, Burmese jade ring, measuring 1/2 by 3/8 inch on top, is an early-20th century design classic. It is a perfect and timeless presentation for a fine and translucent apple-green jadeite, simply surrounded with a glittering halo of old Swiss-cut diamonds. The ring is hand-fabricated in 18k ...(more)
A rectangular blue-flash moonstone glistens and glows from within a crisply die-struck architectural mounting with the year '1941' displayed piecemeal on each corner in black enamel. A rare and unusual ring by Herff Jones Co. The top measure 1/2 by 3/8 inch; ring size 6 1/4+. This is from their webs...(more)
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)