A high-cabochon Mexican opal, weighing 13.24 carats, looks as though it came from another planet! Luminous swirls of kaleidoscopic colors float inside a veritable crystal ball - a holograph on your finger! The magic opal is embraced on each side by sparkling mirror-image flares of bright-white, full...(more)
This delightful and dainty depression-era ring features a central plaque of molded camphor glass (often referred to as frosted crystal) pierced in the center with a diamond-set rosette and mounted in an architecturally inspired Art Deco ring rendered in bright 14 karat white gold. 3/4 inch long.
A super sweet vintage ring in tri-color 10 karat gold. A .50 carat blue zircon shines in a bezel setting with rose gold rose motifs and green gold leaf motifs. This ring is a delicate ring for a petite hand.
A glistening green sugarloaf cabochon emerald is encircled by a double row of bright European-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.60 carats, in this classic Edwardian jewel, handcrafted in platinum and two-tone gold - circa 1900. This beautiful antique bauble measures 13/16 inch by 3/4 inch and is art...(more)
Three sparkling, vertically set, round brilliant-cut diamonds set in platinum are are framed by bright, curving, calibre-cut rubies set in 18k yellow gold. The split shank is decorated by sixteen full-cut diamonds in platinum-topped 18k yellow gold. Beautiful and beautifully made, presumably in Gre...(more)
Here's something you don't see everyday, or year, or decade ... or lifetime: An otherwise classic design, an emerald surrounded with a sparkling diamond halo, is held aloft by a pair ruby-eyed, sinewy serpents masterfully hand crafted in 18 karat gold. The glistening light-green Colombian emerald we...(more)
A glowing royal blue cabochon sapphire take center stage in this classic gypsy style three-stone ring dating back to the early twentieth century. The entrancing center stone is aided and abetted by a sparkling pair of old mine cut diamonds, together weighing .75 carat. The three gemstones are flush ...(more)
An entrancingly beautiful, nature inspired dinner style ring hailing from the peak of the Art Nouveau period - circa 1900. Leafy prongs emerge from the vertically fashioned ring to present a rather unusual centerpiece - a rainbow-hued mother of pearl with an almost cats-eye like shimmer (which, unf...(more)
This bright and sizable vintage bauble was beautifully crafted in 18 karat yellow gold during the 1950s in faithful emulation of late-nineteenth century Victorian style. A richly hued almandine garnet, weighing 21.00 carats, glistens and glows between a fanciful pair of floral embossed shoulders de...(more)
Just in time for Valentine's Day! (2014) a romantic treasure from late-Victorian/early-Edwardian England. A bright red oval cushion-cut ruby and a pair of heart shape rubies are all comfortably nestled in an array of bright-white and sparkling old mine-cut diamonds in this truly delightful antique j...(more)
A wise and serene presence inhabits a luminous and glowing other-worldly moonstone in this simple, yet fabulous, rare, magical and mysterious antique ring. Enchantingly beautiful. 11/16 inch by 1/2 inch.
A turquoise-tongued, slithery serpent, dressed in shimmering blue, green and gold enamel, coils around your finger in this very colorful, whimsical and quite unusual ring, crafted in 14 karat gold - circa 1960s. Very minor enamel wear except, as would be expected, at the very base of the ring shank....(more)