This intriguing Art Deco ring from the 1930s, crafted in 14 karat yellow gold, features a rare bezel set moonstone intaglio, presumably predating the ring and depicting a Hellenistic gentleman or soldier and his pet rock or shield (?). The moonstone is traced with a black and orange enamel border an...(more)
An elegant, tailored, his or her ring from the master jewelry designer Jean Slumberger for Tiffany & Company. A 2.50 carat rich, velvety blue oval sapphire is flush set horizontally in a fine 18 karat yellow gold mounting, textured with a fluted spiral pattern. A gem.
A bright and lovely medium-purple square-shape amethyst stands high and proud in this high-quality, sleek and comfortable-to-wear, ultra-modern mounting in white and yellow 18 karat gold. *Size 4 1/4, and unfortunately cannot be sized.
This sensational cocktail - or dinner - ring (or both), is crafted in platinum and hails from the 1950s-60s. The fun design incorporates an asymmetrical scattering of diamonds accenting a 1.90 carat brilliant zircon that packs some serious sparkle.
A classic platinum diamond engagement ring from the 1930s. A richly saturated 1.54 carat sapphire is set in a square box head and flanked on each side with three glittering single-cut diamonds set in a milgrained rectangle and diamond shape. A tailored, timeless and traditional Art Deco beauty!
A striking contemporary custom designed ring consisting of a narrow 18 karat yellow gold bezel ring set with a 3 carat triangular Watermelon Pink Tourmaline cabochon resting between a pair of matching channel-set diamond bands of 18 karat yellow gold. The channel bands are set with 24 sparkling prin...(more)
This soft and feminine cluster ring, crafted in two-tone 18K gold, glistens and glows with seven cabochon-cut, pale violet blue star sapphires totaling 18 carats. The distinctive and colorful cocktail ring is symmetrically dotted with bezel-set diamonds and prong-set rubies.
A resplendent 1.66 carat royal-blue sapphire is elegantly and classically presented in this crisp platinum solitaire accented with sparkling single-cut diamonds along the shoulders and side views of the sapphire setting. A very pretty contemporary ring with romantic, old-world appeal. In a finger si...(more)
Oscar Heyman knew how to do colored gems right. This richly colored 1.27 carat, unheated blue sapphire is dramatically contrasted by the oval side diamonds. Blue and white were meant to go together.
This beautiful one inch long bauble, dating back to the first decade of the twentieth century, features a rich vermillion red oval coral, originating from the Mediterranean sea. The striking ocean gem is framed in glistening rose-cut diamonds set in silver; the bezel setting of the coral and the und...(more)
From late-nineteenth century Great Britain comes this bright and sparkling five-stone sapphire ring nestled inside a border of glistening old mine-cut diamonds. The ring gracefully curves around the top of the finger for comfortable everyday wear. Five cushion-cut sapphires weigh 1.00 carat total we...(more)
A high-domed 'sugarloaf' cabochon sapphire, weighing approximately 22 carats and displaying a light cornflower blue color and a wispy six-ray star, glows between a pair of sparkling, and distinctively Art Deco diamond-set shoulders, in this stunning and sophisticated jewel, handcrafted in platinum -...(more)