Iridescent flashes of cobalt blue, orangy-yellow, lavender and green glow from within and without this elongated oval black opal in this singular and sensational dinner ring, crafted in platinum and sparkling single-cut diamonds, circa mid-twentieth century. Entrancing. 13/16 inch long, currently ri...(more)
Evoking the lightness and symmetry of fine antique Damask lace, this Edwardian style ring measures 7/8 inch long and showcases a half-dozen scintillating mine-cut diamonds, totaling just shy of three-quarter carat. The bright-white stones are bezel-set with millegrain tooling seamlessly integrated i...(more)
A blazing 8-pointed diamond-set star crowns this big, bold and beautiful bauble, designed and rendered in platinum over 14 karat rose gold and cobalt blue enamel, during the middle of the last century, in homage to its nineteenth-century Victorian predecessors. The 1-inch-plus diameter ring is gentl...(more)
A half-inch diameter circle, crafted in platinum and brimming with 21 bright white old mine diamonds, is under girded by a rim of 18 gold and supported by decorative open work shoulders in this low profile, but ultra-sparkling, Edwardian-era finger hugger - circa 1910. Currently ring size 4 3/4+.
A very interesting, unusual and thoroughly splendid 1920s diamond ring that works equally well as a right hand or individualistic engagement ring. The filigree dome is crowned with a beautiful, high-crowned, half-carat old mine-cut diamond embellished on four sides with glittering trios of old mine-...(more)
This dynamic Art Deco inspired dazzler, dating from the 1940s-50s, features a bright white and blazing European-cut diamond weighing .95 carat. The stunning center stone (a single, thread-like, colorless inclusion is responsible for the SI2 clarity grading) is enhanced all around with fans of shinin...(more)
A golden, honey-toned, faceted oval citrine glistens and glows from within a suavely styled contemporary mounting crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold. Sparkling diamond trios set in contrasting white gold add a splash of flash to the sides of the gemstone. The triple-wire shank is currently ring si...(more)
This unusual vintage bauble glows front and center with a cool hazy blue, semi-translucent aquamarine cabochon. The 11.50 carat gemstone is presented in a hand-fabricated platinum mounting sparkling with diamond-set ribbons on each shoulder, leading to a split ring shank. A decorative wirewor...(more)
An amber colored, emerald-cut, Madeira citrine glistens and glows from the center of a fanciful mounting crafted in 18K rosy-yellow gold, adorned with scroll and bead motifs. 9/16 inch wide, ring size 7 1/2.
A rich tapestry-like texture hand crafted in appliqued twisted wire vertical braids cover the surface of this grand scale weighty ring circa 1960's. The ring is capped with a pale orangy-pink "Angel Skin" coral cabochon ringed with a delicate border of twinkling single cut diamonds. The ring measure...(more)
A bright, cornflower blue, cabochon-cut star sapphire is held aloft by swirls of filigree, and is supported east and west by a striking, splayed arrangement of baguette-cut sapphires in this unique and exciting Art Deco bauble - circa 1930. Set in bright 18 karat white gold, the blue baguette-cut sa...(more)
Few if any aquamarines come as fine and fabulous as this luscious, crystalline blue gemstone. The elegantly fashioned emerald-cut, weighing an impressive 45.34 carats, undoubtedly originates from the legendary mines of Santa Maria, Brazil and is presented with minimal fuss in a hand made, open work ...(more)