When viewed from the sides, this extraordinary early-twentieth-century sapphire ring is guaranteed to to turn an onlooker into stone, (that is, if he/she isn't stoned already). The central, high-domed (aka 'sugarloaf') royal-blue sapphire, weighing approximately 2.00 carats, is supported east and we...(more)
We've never seen anything quite like this exotic and strikingly beautiful diamond ring, artfully hand crafted in silver over gold and presenting a gorgeous and glistening antique cushion-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.50 carats. The radiant rock is held by six yellow gold prongs against a dark...(more)
A classical enchantress comes alive in colorful orangy-salmon coral, artfully handcarved in a high relief and framed in softly textured, diamond-dotted 14K gold. A sizable and uniquely lovey, eye-catching dinner ring - circa 1900 - designed and rendered in elegant and timeless Art Nouveau style. 1...(more)
We're not sure if this unusual free form ring dates all the way back to the first decade of the last century, but it most certainly evokes a distinct Art Nouveau aesthetic. An unusual baroque freshwater pearl is enwrapped by textured leaves and shimmers between a pair of sparkling old mine-cut diamo...(more)
By Jones and Woodland, the predecessor of Krementz, comes this exotic and unusual scarab ring crowned with a turquoise-colored carved scarab. The artfully sculpted shoulders depict ancient Egyptian mother goddess Mut in her vulture headdress. It took more than a few black belt gemologists to identif...(more)
A sparkling modern brilliant-cut diamond, weighing one-third-of-a-carat, is the crowning glory of this very special solitaire engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in bright 18K white gold. The unusual and highly distinctive mounting is recently made with Art Nouveau-inspired openwork with a...(more)
An entrancingly beautiful, nature inspired dinner style ring hailing from the peak of the Art Nouveau period - circa 1900. Leafy prongs emerge from the vertically fashioned ring to present a rather unusual centerpiece - a rainbow-hued mother of pearl with an almost cats-eye like shimmer (which, unf...(more)
A very vicious and venomous viper - a stylized cobra perhaps - dares you to snatch a sparkling European-cut diamond from its fangs, in this unique and sensational Art Nouveau ring - circa 1900. Ring size 7 1/4.
A trio of very bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamonds radiate from the top of this deeply carved 'Gypsy' style ring, crafted in 18 karat yellow gold with a graceful leaf and flower motif combined with abstract ornamentation. A marvelous three-stone sparkler, circa 1900. Ring size 10 3/4.
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century, an enchanting, slender and gracefully flowing navette (or marquise) shaped diamond dinner ring. This ravishing and romantic ring was lovingly handcrafted in richly colored 14 karat yellow gold, which, being unusual for Edwardian jewelry, may even date it back ...(more)
A gorgeous antique opal ring from the first decade of the twentieth century is finely crafted in two-tone white and yellow gold flourished with scrolling foliate motifs primped with eight round cut diamonds. The dreamy 5.00 carat elongated oval opal cabochon displays a serene palette of many colors....(more)
A fierce mythological beast, presumably a Griffin or Gargoyle with his wings in repose, is jealously grasping a sparkling old mine-cut diamond in its maw, in this very cool and different Art Nouveau gent's (or unisex) ring, circa 1900. Ring size is 9 1/2.