Make a sparkling statement with this 1 inch long, unique and impressive platinum, diamond and sapphire cocktail ring, starring a 3.00 carat marquise-cut diamond. The shining stone is enveloped in undulating swirls and ribbons of diamonds and is further sparked by a pair of tapered baguette diamond, ...(more)
This lovely ring was recently crafted in crisp platinum over 18 karat yellow gold in London, England in a classic antique style. The sparkling oval peridot radiates with a delicious apple green color and is surrounded by twinkling diamonds in delicate milgrained settings. Ring measures 5/8 inch by 1...(more)
A modern interpretation of romantic Victorian style. A rich and glowing, burgundy garnet cabochon is elegantly framed with bright and glittering single-cut diamonds, and held aloft with a lacy filigree band. Comfortable to wear and much sturdier than her antique ancestors, this pretty ring was fashi...(more)
This Streamlined Moderne- circa 1940s - Retro ring highlights a bright and shining three-quarter carat European-cut diamond embraced by a white gold crescent at the end of this artistically conceived, half-asymmetrical jewel. Crafted in radiant rose gold and rubies with contrasting white gol...(more)
A cushion-shaped arrangement comprised of a central emerald-cut emerald with a pair each of bright-white pear-shape diamonds, pointing in opposite directions, and European-cut diamonds is further embellished with six European-cut diamonds in this glittering platinum original Art Deco ring from the 1...(more)
This sleek and stylish platinum sparkler is Art Deco inspired with .80 carats of invisibly set rubies at its center, highlighted by .50 carats of gleaming white diamonds down the ring's tapered shoulders. An easy to wear stunner!
Art deco diamond rings accented with sapphires, rubies, emeralds, are relatively common when compared to this rare, beautiful and feminine combination. A high-quality European cut diamond weighing 1.30 carats is framed in deep lavender, or light purple, faceted, custom cut amethysts in this artfully...(more)