A very happy couple of European-cut diamonds, together weighing .90 carat, sparkle times two in this darling Art Deco twin-stone ring, crafted in gleaming white gold - circa 1920s-30s. The filigree gallery is adorned with tiny open hearts. In a finger size 5.
A sweet forget-me-not flanks a half-carat European-cut diamond in this very lovely engagement ring, further embellished with ladder pierced sides, milgrain details and a floral garland decorating the entire shank. Die-struck and hand finished in bright 18 karat gold, this vintage diamond solitaire ...(more)
A three-quarter carat European-cut diamond shines brightly from a square box head centered between graceful diamond-set garlands hand fabricated in platinum with delicate milgrain detailing. The center diamond is set low in this easy to wear engagement ring - circa 1930. Size 6 3/4.
Stately 1930s Art Deco geometry meets fanciful, feminine filigree in this sparkling vintage engagement ring, die-struck and hand tooled in bright 18K white gold. A brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .38 carat, radiates from within a double-tiered hexagonal setting accentuated with...(more)
A dazzling diamond duo, weighing one carat each, beams brilliantly from atop this fabulous, original, early-Art Deco ring - dating from the first or second decade of the twentieth century. The exemplary platinum mounting is ornamented on all sides: six tiny single-cut diamonds twinkling between the ...(more)
A sparkling .34 carat European-cut diamond sits centered in a double-hexagon frame of platinum delicately detailed with tiny milgrain beaded edges. The framed diamond sits perched atop a yellow gold filigree gallery. A classic Art Deco ring. Size 6 1/2.
From the Roaring 20s comes this bombe-shape bauble, superbly handcrafted in platinum and shining front and center with a bright .46 carat European-cut diamond. The beautiful diamond crowns a gracefully domed top adorned with an array of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds set in finely milgrained geodes...(more)
It isn't easy to categorize this one-of-a-kind Art Deco delight. Whether one perceives it as a dinner ring or as a fanciful, unconventional engagement ring, there's no disputing the inherent beauty of this original Jazz Age jewel. The octagonal shaped top centers on a sparkling .40 carat old mine-cu...(more)
An exquisitely detailed platinum and diamond dinner ring - circa 1915-20. A half-carat of bright-white European-cut diamonds glitter down the center amidst scrolling pierced details and a spark of color is added with electric blue synthetic sapphires (original to the ring). Delicate milgraining and ...(more)
This impressive Art Deco dazzler flashes front, center and solo with a bright and lively European-cut diamond weighing 1.54 carats; however, the beautiful diamond presents considerably larger than its true weight due to the beveled octagonal setting. Below the diamond, the 18K white gold ring by Bel...(more)
A bright and lively European-cut diamond looks larger than its actual 1.12 carat weight due to the square cornered and finely milgrained setting in which it resides. This distinctive and dazzling late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco engagement ring is masterfully handcrafted in 18 karat white gold with del...(more)
A rousing ring to wear while you sip on a glass of bubbly. This is an enchanting Art Deco dinner or cocktail (i.e. 'right hand') ring set with three champagne-colored, old mine-cut diamonds, together totaling .65 carats. The glistening trio sits lengthwise on your finger, surrounded by an intricate ...(more)