A lovely platinum Art Deco-inspired lady's engagement ring featuring a bright-white and beautiful 1.68 carat round brilliant-cut diamond (F color, VS2 clarity) with eight graduated sapphires channel set into the tapered shoulders. This dramatically distinctive ring is further micro-set with a border...(more)
This ring, reminiscent of a cigar-band style with its low gallery, centers a bright white European-cut diamond weighing 1.09 carat. The diamond is flanked by 6 calibre-cut sapphires at top and bottom and the platinum mounting is enhanced by 50 single-cut bead-set diamonds weighing about half a carat...(more)
A striking platinum and diamond engagement ring starring a high-color and clarity round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.09 carat, delicately prong set and flanked by trillion-cut diamonds and baguette-cut diamonds channel set into the shoulder. The side diamonds total an additional .60 carat.
A pristine and precious late-Art Deco platinum and diamond engagement ring, dating from the late-1930s. A bright and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of half-a-carat, is beautifully presented amidst a glittering array of small single-cut diamonds set in geometric setting...(more)
This bold and beautiful bombe-shape bauble, handcrafted in platinum, circa 1930, beams night and day with a scintillating 1.35 carat transitional European-cut diamond. The platinum ring is adorned with decorative geometric piercework settings dotted with twinkling single-cut diamonds and is finished...(more)
A super sweet engagement ring from the highly esteemed Granat Brothers, formerly of mid-century San Francisco. This 18 karat white gold ring features a .15 carat round brilliant-cut diamond set in an illusion head with four prongs and four small accent diamonds set in the surrounding design.
This 1950s vintage diamond engagement ring, crafted in two-tone yellow and white gold, glistens with a bright-white, transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing one-fifth-of-a-carat, but which presents significantly larger due to its illusion setting. The diamond is embellished on each side w...(more)
Die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold, circa 1930s, this delightful Art Deco engagement ring shines with a sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing .64 carat. The artfully fashioned dome mounting is pierced with decorative geometric filigree and is supported by a gracefully sculpte...(more)
From a polite distance, this .20 carat center baguette diamond ring appears considerably larger (at least half-a-carat), due to a cleverly, and effectively designed 'illusion' setting. The softly beveled rectangular center is flanked on each side with a small baguette diamond shimmering on each shou...(more)
A darling and highly distinctive vintage diamond engagement ring featuring a bright and lively .40 carat European-cut diamond radiating from within a high-profile buttercup setting. The sparkling centerpiece is supported by fanciful diamond-set shoulders seamlessly arising from the ring shank. Craft...(more)
This stunning and superb original Art Deco engagement ring, finely handcrafted in platinum, circa 1920s, centers on a bright and shining old mine-cut diamond, weighing 1.10 carats. The dazzling diamond radiates from within a four-cornered setting atop a sparkling backdrop adorned with small single-c...(more)
Few original vintage engagement rings come as fine or as fabulous as this consummate example of Art Deco artistry. A blazingly brilliant transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just a single point shy of one-carat, is bezel-set atop a pristine mounting, die-struck and hand finished in pla...(more)