Hooray for the red, white & blue! The ruby and sapphire in this amazing three-stone ring are so perfect that we couldn't tell if they were synthetic or genuine - we opted to get a second opinion from Stone Group Laboratories - (Advanced Gemological Services to the Trade). The verdict: ...(more)
A faded denim-blue cabochon sapphire, with a shimmering star (a.k.a. asterism), weighing 12 carats, resides in a beautifully sculpted, low-profile mounting, designed and rendered in 10K white gold and silver (quite unusual) by the estimable Philadelphia jeweler - J.E. Caldwell. The mounting is artfu...(more)
A petite, yet gemmy, bright green emerald is the central attraction in this exquisitely designed and executed, original early-Art Deco dinner, or right hand, ring. This extra-lovely almost antique jewel was finely hand crafted in platinum, circa 1920s, and displays an artful combination of Edwardian...(more)
Art Deco era jewelry that foreshadows the Retro era to come always makes a bold statement, and this fabulous wrap around style ring is no exception. The top is a concave field of sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds enveloping an electric green bullet-shaped emerald cabochon. Trailing the emerald ...(more)
A verdant and vibrant green tsavorite garnet, weighing 2.58 carats, sings loud and proud in this 14 karat yellow gold ring sparkling with twenty-two round and eighteen square-cut diamonds, totaling 1.40 carats. A perfect and precious gift to surprise your January-born or green loving sweetie. Finge...(more)
Bold 1940s-50s style characterizes this large-scale ring featuring a 23.45 carat emerald-cut amethyst. Crafted in 14 karat rose gold, the ring is composed of classic Retro elements. The deep purple gemstone is flanked on each side by a pair of light-brown round brilliant-cut diamonds set in fanciful...(more)
A vibrant, velvety blue, cushion-cut sapphire, weighing .84 carat, is featured in this 1950s vintage engagement ring, crafted in two-tone 14 karat gold. The luscious blue gemstone is set with claw prongs and highlighted by three small accent diamonds glinting on each side. Currently a finger size 8....(more)
A contemporary (late-20th century) ring, crafted in rich 18K yellow gold, highlighting a vibrant yellow, cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 1.50 carats. The sunshiny gemstone is flanked by three round-cut diamonds on each side and is bordered by two glistening rows of baguette-cut diamonds, bringing th...(more)
A crisp-blue 4.50 carat aquamarine rests in an exquisitely made die-struck mounting. Crafted in 18 karat white gold, this ring is an Art Deco delight with the delicacy of hand-pierced flowers held by the framework of the mounting. Lovely. In a ring size 5 1/2.
A truly sensational antique ring from the mid-19th century. A light, almost moonstone blue sapphire has been carved into a classic female profile. The frame is a delightful combination of emeralds and red, white and green enamel. The cameo and frame more than likely once served as a pin or pendant a...(more)
This splendid, high-profile emerald and diamond head-turner glistens and glows from every angle. A beautiful, bright-green, almost square-shape, Colombian emerald, weighing two-and-a-half-carats, is comfortably ensconced in a glittering platinum mounting, ablaze with 3.00 carats of bright-white spar...(more)
Three small natural pearls are wrapped with twinkling rose cut diamonds in this petite and sweet antique ring. The platinum over 18 karat yellow gold ring, circa 1900, has French hallmarks on the shank. In a finger size 6 1/2.