This is an adorable, small scale three stone ring from the Art Deco period crafted in 18 karat white gold. Three European-cut diamonds are set across the top of the ring in square box heads with engraved detailing going down each shoulder. Classic Deco design - circa 1930.
A bright-white and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .72 carat and bearing a Diamond Grading Report from the Gemological Institute of America stating: G color- VS2 clarity, round brilliant-cut, although we believe it is a European cut, presents even larger in this illusion-set solitaire diamo...(more)
A .35 carat European-cut diamond is set in this petite Art Deco engagement ring made in the 1930s. Clean geometric lines, twinkling with three single-cut diamonds set into each side with a delicate milgrain border, flank a central square top embracing the center diamond in this handmade platinum rin...(more)
This dynamic Art Deco dazzler, dating from the Jazz Age of flappers and speakeasies (among other things), radiates loud and clear with a sparkling European-cut diamond weighing 1.72 carats. The diamond is presented in a double-tiered hexagonal setting atop an artfully sculpted architectural platinum...(more)
A lovely diamond engagement ring from the Mid-Century features a .85 carat European-cut diamond set into classic claw prongs atop a lacy latticework gallery. The center diamond is embraced by two smaller old mine-cut diamonds centered within openwork detailing. The shank is engraved with scrolling f...(more)
This sparkling and singular 1930s vintage diamond ring swings both ways: either as a bold and highly-distinctive lady's ring (or engagement ring) or as a gentleman's pinky ring. This unique jewel displays an artful amalgam of Art Deco geometry (on top) and fanciful neo-classically inspired ornamenta...(more)
An original 1930s vintage three-stone diamond ring in platinum. The 2.65 carat European-cut diamond center stone joins forces with a beautifully matched pair of European-cut side diamonds, together weighing 1.70 carats, to create maximum sparkle. The gracefully sculpted platinum mounting features a ...(more)
An early example of Art Deco, telling from the cuts of the old-mine diamonds this sophisticated dinner ring is probably from the late teens to early 1920s. Three central diamonds are enclosed in a navette-shape frame and are further enhanced with a striking border of black enamel. Two more diamonds ...(more)
This singular, sensational and sizable original Art Deco bauble from the Jazz Age of flappers and speakeasies radiates front and center with a remarkable natural fancy square emerald-cut, a.k.a. Asscher-cut, diamond, weighing 1.10 carats, accompanied north and south with a sparkling white European-c...(more)
A single tiny round diamond twinkles from the center of this delightful vintage dinner ring, die-struck and hand finished, circa 1930s, and thoroughly ornamented with lacy decorative filigree work. 7/8 inch in length and a beautiful bargain.
Two diamonds are better than one, and four are better than two! This majestic, original Art Deco double-decker dinner ring, masterfully crafted in platinum - circa 1920s-1930s - glistens front and center with bright and lively pair of European-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.75 carat, and on the ...(more)
A bright and shining Art Deco dome-style ring, elegantly crafted in platinum - circa 1930. The three central European-cut diamonds sparkle from within hexagonal settings atop an exquisitely detailed bombe-shape backdrop that gently caresses your finger. Tiny single-cut diamonds glitter from a pierce...(more)