The Art Deco Retrospective design of this ring blends a square angular center sparkling with a .18 carat brilliant cut diamond with stylized diamond shapes on each side all in white gold atop a 14 karat yellow gold gallery and shank. A great looking wearable ring in a size 6 1/2.
3.23 Oval Diamond GIA: Fancy Deep Brownish Yellowish Orange.
The GIA perceives three distinct colors in this entrancing diamond, in order of magnitude: orange, yellow and brown. Back in the day, however, we referred to the color as 'cognac'. Nevertheless, this is truly a unique and impressive...(more)
This streamlined platinum and diamond engagement ring from the late 1930s sparkles front and center with a .68 carat European-cut diamond. The beautiful diamond shines from within four simple prongs above a support gallery adorned with a triangle-shaped cutout with three single-cut diamonds sparklin...(more)
Refinement and simplicity are the hallmarks of this splendid late-Art Deco platinum ring featuring a colorless Asscher-cut diamond, graded by the GIA Gem Trade Laboratory to be F in color and VS2 in clarity, set in four simple prongs and accented by three glittering single-cut diamonds on each side....(more)
A transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of half-a-carat, is set with triple corner fluted prongs, popular during mid-twentieth century, in this platinum engagement ring. A small single-cut diamond sparkles from each shoulder. A simple and elegant vintage engagement...(more)
A sweet forget-me-not flanks a half-carat European-cut diamond in this very lovely engagement ring, further embellished with ladder pierced sides, milgrain details and a floral garland decorating the entire shank. Die-struck and hand finished in bright 18 karat gold, this vintage diamond solitaire ...(more)
A three-quarter carat European-cut diamond shines brightly from a square box head centered between graceful diamond-set garlands hand fabricated in platinum with delicate milgrain detailing. The center diamond is set low in this easy to wear engagement ring - circa 1930. Size 6 3/4.
This distinctive vintage double-dazzler, crafted in platinum during the 1950's, presents a bright and beautiful 1.05 carat European-cut diamond beaming between shimmering scrolls of baguette diamonds punctuated by a pair of bezel-set round brilliant-cut diamonds at each end. The matching wedding ban...(more)
Something old and something new(ish).... a sparkling, high-quality .37 carat antique mine cut diamond found a new home circa 1950 in this pristine and charming white gold engagement ring. Set in lovely trefoil prongs, with glittering single-cut diamonds artfully spaced further apart on the shoulders...(more)
Old wine in a new bottle. This exquisite 1.26 carat antique cushion-cut diamond, accompanied by a GIA report stating G color, VS2 clarity, scintillates from a finely milgrained octagonal, bezel and is further enhanced with a geometric array of electric blue, French-cut calibre sapphires and fifty ...(more)
Stately 1930s Art Deco geometry meets fanciful, feminine filigree in this sparkling vintage engagement ring, die-struck and hand tooled in bright 18K white gold. A brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .38 carat, radiates from within a double-tiered hexagonal setting accentuated with...(more)
A sparkling .34 carat European-cut diamond sits centered in a double-hexagon frame of platinum delicately detailed with tiny milgrain beaded edges. The framed diamond sits perched atop a yellow gold filigree gallery. A classic Art Deco ring. Size 6 1/2.