A gorgeous platinum openwork Art Deco diamond engagement ring - circa 1930s. The center 1.20 carat European-cut diamond sparkles in a square box head embellished on each side by a trefoil design comprised of marquise and round-cut diamonds. The center section is outlined all around with a finely mi...(more)
This big, bright and shining emerald-cut diamond, weighing 7.48 carats, presents even larger due to its elegant, sleek and streamlined dimensions (15.15 millimeters in length by 9.8 millimeters width). The head-turning diamond is showcased in the classic manner between a pair of proportionately size...(more)
A bright and blazing round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .22 carats, seriously sparkles from within an elegantly fashioned white gold setting. The diamond is displayed between a tiny pair of twinklers stepping down to a diamond-like bright-cut rosette, all of which are supported by a contrasting y...(more)
A sleek, slender and sexy 1920s-30s vintage marquise diamond, weighing 1.36 carats but presenting considerably larger (9/16 inch long), is simply and elegantly displayed in a streamlined Art Deco solitaire setting glistening with tiny single-cut diamonds set along the double-sided shoulders and the ...(more)
A delightful die-struck 1920s-30s platinum engagement ring, featuring a bright and sparkling .79 carat european-cut diamond in a crisp octagonal frame. The diamond floats atop an unusual fanciful filigree garden, complete with leaves, branches and butterflies entwined in a lovely trellis. Charming! ...(more)
A bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing about one-sixth of a carat, shines solo from within a floating hexagonal setting atop a die-struck openwork ring further adorned with decorative engraving. Crafted in bright 18 karat white gold - circa 1930s. Finger size 4 3/4.