This is a wonderful alternative to a diamond engagement ring. A 1.46 carat oval-cut royal-blue sapphire is set with four prongs and highlighted by small accent diamonds set in marquise-shaped settings on either side. The gems are set atop scrolled openwork undergalleries and foliate motif engraving ...(more)
A gorgeous glowing green gumdrop, weighing 5.00 carats, speaks mostly for itself in this elegantly restrained platinum and diamond Art Deco mounting - circa 1930. This fabulous old-mine cabochon emerald resides in a delicately milgrained bezel setting and is hard to beat color-wise.
A gemmy delight.
This gorgeous, classic Victorian style 'carved' ring was crafted in London, England during the latter-twentieth century, incorporating vintage diamonds in faithful emulation of a nineteenth-century original. This ravishing ring stars an extraordinary 2.00 carat rich raspberry reddish-pink sapphire (...(more)
This bright and exuberant Art Deco dinner ring stars an unexpected gemstone - an electric turquoise-blue emerald-cut zircon weighing 3.70 carats. This intriguing and and colorful gemstone radiates from the center of a sparkling, geometrically designed platinum and diamond dinner ring ablaze with 8 b...(more)
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century comes this all-original aquamarine ring, hand fabricated in platinum overlay and 14 karat green gold, in rare and wonderful Arts & Crafts style. The shield motifs on the top and bottom sides were purposely oxidized, so in effect, three colors of precious me...(more)
An extra luminous and lustrous bullet-shape moonstone is embraced all around by eight slenderly chiseled prongs in this sleek and understated Victorian ring, rendered in 10 karat rose gold. Circa 1860. This ring is a size 5 1/2 and cannot be sized.
A gorgeous, Victorian-style ring crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold and featuring a shining trio of true antique gemstones. Gleaming between a glistening pair of antique cushion diamonds, which together weigh 2.25 carats, is a beautiful bright, rich green emerald weighing 1.13 carats. Because of ...(more)
An enchanting 8 carat sky-blue star sapphire, displaying a billowy six-legged star, glows from the center of a big bombe-shape bauble crafted in 18 karat white gold - circa 1960s. The star sapphire is embellished all 'round with diamond-set flames sparkling from atop a wreath of royal-blue cabochon ...(more)
This 1930s vintage gemstone ring, die-struck in two-tone 14 karat gold, gleams with a golden faceted citrine presented atop a lovely openwork filigree mounting.
The top of the ring measures 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch.
A fabulous, fun and festive example of stylish 1960s fashion jewelry at its best. A luscious deep reddish-orange Mediterranean coral is nestled diagonally between a pair of billowy, textured 18 karat gold cushions in this bold and colorful bauble.
A decidedly non-depressing and dramatic depression-era jewel featuring a molded camphor glass plaque (sometimes referred to as frosted crystal) pierced in the center with a twinkling European-cut diamond encircled with black onyx. The fanciful 18 karat white gold filigree mounting was die-struck, ci...(more)
You will feel like royalty when you don this stunning and striking sapphire and diamond ring fashioned as a regally crowned cabochon blue sapphire. Rose-cut diamonds twinkle from silver settings, a beautifully pierced scroll ring shank wraps around the finger, and a surprise locket hides behind the ...(more)