A rich dark mossy green with subtle diagonal color patterns and a small wisp of white, this slender marquise cabochon jade is presented horizontally across a handmade and superbly hand-engraved mounting crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold. Unique, striking and exotically beautiful- circa 1930-40. T...(more)
This handsomely tailored unisex ring crafted in 18 karat white gold with crisply faceted edges highlights a rectangular bullet shaped cabochon lapis lazuli of a rich royal blue with a delicate brushstroke of golden pyrite on one edge. A regal ring measuring 3/8 inch in width in a size 7.
A rich midnight blue elongated oval lapis with a touch of calcite clouds and a twinkling of pyrite stars sits low in a bezel embraced with a beautiful garland of grape leaves, fruit clusters and scrolls in this hand fabricated ring in 9 karat gold. The ring measures 1 X 1 1/2 inches and is a size 5...(more)
A big and bold star studded ring from the 1940's Retro period centers a marquise shape, medium apple green, natural Burmese jadeite stone accompanied with a laboratory report from Stone Group Labs stating: Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes. It is the opinion of this lab that the country of...(more)
From the glamorous late-1940s comes this bold and beautiful bauble featuring a richly saturated, step-cut aquamarine weighing 12 carats and imbued with exceptional light return and presence. This dynamic, hand fabricated cocktail ring is expertly designed to sit very comfortably on the finger. The r...(more)
Translucent, intense apple green well describes this striking, natural, untreated (A Type) Burmese jade cabochon. The patina on the 14K rose gold mounting adds increased dimension and compelling intrigue to the brightly colored jewel, designed and hand fabricated in the 1940s in classic Victorian r...(more)
A vibrant, electric-blue, round faceted sapphire, weighing in at 1.60 carats, stuns (as in stunning!) in this chic and sparkling ring, crafted in platinum in timeless Art Deco style. Icy-white diamond baguettes sleekly taper down the shoulders along with a glittering border of small round brilliant-...(more)
A bright, cornflower blue, cabochon-cut star sapphire is held aloft by swirls of filigree, and is supported east and west by a striking, splayed arrangement of baguette-cut sapphires in this unique and exciting Art Deco bauble - circa 1930. Set in bright 18 karat white gold, the blue baguette-cut sa...(more)
A profile of a classical beauty is hand carved into the pretty pink 2.25 carat topaz intaglio, accentuated with a dramatic black enamel bezel surround. On the flip side, our lady is safely protected under her cabochon dome. The hallmarks suggest Vatican City (just a stone's throw from Roma, Italy wh...(more)
Just shy of 1 inch long, here is a charming navette (or marquise) shape dinner ring, circa 1930s. The ring shimmers with a carved rock quartz crystal, pierced in the center with a tiny twinkling single-cut diamond, set inside and atop a scalloped gold frame. Currently ring size 7.
A beautiful, rich velvety blue round brilliant-cut sapphire, weighing 1.19 carats, glows between a pair of dazzling pear-shaped diamond shoulders (.45 carat total weight) in this traditionally styled platinum ring crafted during the late-twentieth century. A perfect sapphire engagement ring. Current...(more)
Few if any aquamarines come as fine and fabulous as this luscious, crystalline blue gemstone. The elegantly fashioned emerald-cut, weighing an impressive 45.34 carats, undoubtedly originates from the legendary mines of Santa Maria, Brazil and is presented with minimal fuss in a hand made, open work ...(more)