A gemmy velvety blue square-cut sapphire, of modest proportions, accompanied north and south by a sparkling round diamond, serves as the centerpiece of this classic Art Deco dinner ring, die-struck and hand tooled in bright 18K white gold - circa 1920s-30s - with lacy open work filigree. 7/8 inch; r...(more)
A sleek and streamlined, quintessential Art Deco solitaire style engagement ring starring a bright .32 carat European-cut diamond accented on each side with a deep blue triangle cut synthetic sapphire. All sides of this stunning and sophisticated geometrically designed ring are adorned with stylized...(more)
Why settle for just one? Win, place and show with this sparkling trifecta rendered in glorious blue & white. Three bright white diamonds, totaling one carat, are accented on the outsides with rich royal-blue calibre sapphires, and in the center with glittering single-cut diamonds, in this unique...(more)
A rectangular plaque, rendered in platinum, centering an a pair of back-to-back diamond-set teardrops and studded with ten more bright-white glittering round diamonds makes for a stunning and sophisticated Jazz-Age sparkler - circa 1920s. 9/16 by 7/16 inch; ring size 4 1/2.
A sweet and relatively petite depression-era dinner, or right hand, ring, die-struck and hand finished - circa 1930s - in 14K white gold. An intricate, delicately milgrained vertical filigree design distinguishes this lovely Art Deco jewel. 5/8 inch high, ring size 5 3/4+.
A darling depression-era (1930s) dinner ring rendered in radiant 14K yellow gold, designed in a stylized lyre motif accented with flowers and leaves and overlaid with contrasting white gold settings to accentuate three sparkling round diamonds. 11/16 inch in length, ring size 8.
A vibrant rich royal blue cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 2.30 carats, radiates from within a floating bezel setting in this exquisitely designed and detailed early-Art Deco dome ring, handcrafted in platinum - circa 1920s. The glittering diamond dome is masterfully hand pierced with interlocking set...(more)
A splendid original Art Deco gemstone ring by the highly esteemed New York and Chicago jewelers' Dreicer & Co. This 1920s treasure centers on a bright and glowing translucent green cabochon emerald, weighing 1.50 carats. The gorgeous emerald is accompanied north and south by two bright-white Eur...(more)
A bright-white, high-quality transitional-cut diamond shines from this sleek traditional platinum engagement ring, circa 1940. The beautiful diamond is flanked on both sides by a slender, straight-baguette diamond in an ‘arrow’ setting, followed by a small 0.015 carat diamond. A superb and timel...(more)
A bright-white diamond sparkler, weighing just under a quarter-carat, scintillates from within a triple-tiered hexagonal setting above a fancifully filigreed setting, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold by Belais Co., the first American jeweler to employ the bright high-karat pre...(more)
This dynamic, quintessential Art Deco dazzler is crowned with a sun bright old mine-cut diamond weighing 1.46 carats. The refulgent rock beams from within a double milgrained bezel setting from atop a sparkling diamond dome outlined all around with a slender row of calibre french-cut sapphires. A fa...(more)
New wine in an old bottle. A bright icy-white modern brilliant-cut diamond, weighing three-quarters of a carat, sparkles spectacularly from within a vintage filigree mounting, die-struck and hand finished in bright 18K white gold, circa 1920s-30s. Ring size 6.