A radiant blue, round faceted sapphire, weighing 1.83 carats, serves as the center knot of this fun and festive bow motif ring, crafted in platinum and sparkling with 1.60 carats of bright-white baguette and round brilliant-cut diamonds. This stunning, hand fabricated smile-maker dates from the 1950...(more)
This queen-size, showstopping bauble shines day and night with a fabulous cushion-shape aquamarine weighing approximately 38 carats. The cool blue gemstone glistens between V-shape clusters of sparkling full-cut diamonds, all of which are set in gleaming, sturdy 14K white gold. This singular and sen...(more)
Both you and your ring will be the life of the party when you light up the room with this stunning and sensational, high-profile sparkler. This bold bombe shaped bauble is composed of alternating swirls of baguette and pave-set full-cut diamonds, totaling 3.00 carats, culminating in a bright and bea...(more)
An unusual and very effective combination of silvery, luminous moonstones and bright turquoise is elegantly employed in this 1940s vintage cluster ring. 11/16 inch diameter.
A big, bold gold and bodacious high-fashion ring by the celebrated and individualistic American jeweler - David Webb. Conceived and crafted as a stylized love knot in gleaming 18K gold with David Webb's characteristic hammer finish.
Classic Art Deco geometry is artfully realized in this shimmering sensation from the 1930s. From a polite distance, a harmonious, high-color quartet of matching square-cut diamonds joins forces to create the illusion of a 2.50 to 3.00 carat emerald-cut diamond. The impressive centerpiece is supporte...(more)
A sparkling Art Deco dinner ring ornately crafted in two-tone gold with lovely decorative, diamond-dotted, open scrollwork framing a central trio of old mine-cut diamonds. Circa 1920s-30s. Just shy of 7/8 inch long.
A big, almost square, smoky brown quartz (sometimes misnamed smoky topaz) glows solo from a fancifully pierced 14K yellow gold mounting - circa 1950s. 7/8 inch by 13/16 inch.
Serenade yourself with this very musical and whimsical just-for-fun ring dating from the long-lost 1960s. A golden guitar, banjo and a mandolin overlap one another and are accented with a tiny pair of rubies, a sapphire, an emerald and a diamond. Crafted in highly textured 18K yellow gold. Something...(more)
A bright-white and radiant round brilliant-cut diamond, measuring .85 carats, but due to the bezel setting, presenting all of one-carat, is set against a dramatic black onyx background, all of which are framed by bright and lively full-cut diamonds. This sparkling showpiece measures just shy of 3/4 ...(more)
A raspberry-hued pink sapphire, weighing 1.50 carats, glistens and glows in the center of this geometrically constructed, consummate Art Deco dinner - or cocktail - ring (cocktails first, then dinner) superbly handcrafted in platinum - circa 1920s. The electric gemstone is surrounded by one carat of...(more)
A fun and flashy Victorian diamond ring splashes across your finger with 30 closely set old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 2.00 carats. Two center rows of bright and shining diamonds are enclosed in an all around frame of the same creating a 7/8 inch by 1/2 inch gently curving oval of maximum sparkle.