This distinctive and tres chic Art Deco engagement ring, dating from the late thirties to early forties, showcases a gorgeous 2.20 carat mine-cut diamond in a floating square frame, attended by rows of looping ribbons studded with glittering single-cut diamonds. Meticulously hand fabricated in plati...(more)
This thoroughly darling original Art Deco engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1930s - displays consummate and sophisticated Art Deco geometry which flourished during the much-heralded, bygone design period. A high-quality .20 carat European-cut diamond glistens front an...(more)
Diamond-studded steps culminate in a bright and blazing 1/2 carat European-cut diamond in this splendid late-Art Deco engagement ring. Die struck in gleaming 18 karat white gold, this vintage charmer has a lacy filigree gallery and lovely shoulders embossed with orange flower blossoms, symbol of end...(more)
A bright and sparkling .44 carat European-cut diamond shines front and center in this charming - circa 1950 - engagement ring. Set in a square setting with sculpted trefoil prongs, the center diamond is attended by pretty stylized leaves set with glittering single-cut diamonds and highlighted with e...(more)
This bodacious Art Deco bauble, crafted in platinum circa 1920s-30s, measures 3/4 inch by 11/16 inch and showcases a deep velvety blue cushion-cut sapphire weighing 2.08 carats. The gemstone gleams from atop an almost square, double-tiered mounting jam-packed with thirty-eight scintillating, bright...(more)
A bright and shining transitional European-cut diamond, weighing one-third of a carat, is caught dead-center in the web of this unique and intriguing Art Deco jewel. The highly-stylized hexagonal setting was handcrafted in platinum and sprinkled with diamonds by a master platinum weaver of the 1930s...(more)
A lively and exceptional, rich royal-blue cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 6.64 carats, radiates from within a platinum ring, designed and newly hand fabricated in classic Art Deco style. The sapphire is adorned on each side with a striking geometric design comprised of bright-white trapezoids and a b...(more)
A bright and cheerful, medium-green, almost square emerald-cut emerald, of Colombian origin, is presented in classic Art Deco fashion in an architectural platinum and diamond mounting - circa 1930s-40s. The 4.18 carat gemstone is framed left and right with a geometric array of sparkling single-cut d...(more)
A gleaming candy apple-red cabochon ruby, weighing approximately 4.00 carats, glows between a pair of sleek and shimmering bullet-cut diamonds (.50 carat total weight) in this streamlined and stunning original Art Deco bauble, crafted in platinum - circa 1930.
A splendid platinum Art Deco-style ring centered with a bright and lively 1.85 carat sapphire. The bezel-set sapphire is embraced by two pear brilliant-cut diamonds weighing one-carat total and further enhanced with small accent diamonds and a border of calibre sapphires.
This bright green natural oval jadeite mostly speaks for itself in this elegant platinum and diamond ring from the 1930s. The fairly thick jade cabochon measures 17.66 millimeters by 12.51 millimeters and is elegantly presented with a scroll of three horizontally set baguette diamonds leading to a s...(more)
In place of the usual diamond, the star of this superbly sculpted 1930s vintage gent's ring, hand fabricated in gleaming 18 karat white gold, is a rich blue faceted round sapphire. The multi-dimensional, architecturally influenced mounting is ornamented throughout with masterfully applied decorative...(more)