A gemmy velvety blue square-cut sapphire, of modest proportions, accompanied north and south by a sparkling round diamond, serves as the centerpiece of this classic Art Deco dinner ring, die-struck and hand tooled in bright 18K white gold - circa 1920s-30s - with lacy open work filigree. 7/8 inch; r...(more)
From depression-era America comes this colorful, and opposite of depressing, vintage ring featuring a bright blue beveled rectangular-cut lapis set in a geometrically engraved mounting with small green and red enamel highlights adorning the top of the ring shank. 11/16 inch by 1/2 wide.
A rectangular plaque, rendered in platinum, centering an a pair of back-to-back diamond-set teardrops and studded with ten more bright-white glittering round diamonds makes for a stunning and sophisticated Jazz-Age sparkler - circa 1920s. 9/16 by 7/16 inch; ring size 4 1/2.
A 1 1/8 inch long, late-Victorian dinner ring all aglitter with just shy of 2 carats of bright-white old mine diamond sparklers enveloping a vibrant pair of Burmese rubies. The gracefully elongated navette-shape ring is masterfully handcrafted in rich 18K yellow gold and apparently has never been re...(more)
A sparkling quartet of old mine-cut diamonds harmonize vertically atop a lacy and glittering background of platinum and white diamonds in this early-twentieth century Edwardian jewel. The thoroughly feminine and highly disticntive, if not unique, dinner, or right hand, ring curves snug across the fi...(more)
A sweet and relatively petite depression-era dinner, or right hand, ring, die-struck and hand finished - circa 1930s - in 14K white gold. An intricate, delicately milgrained vertical filigree design distinguishes this lovely Art Deco jewel. 5/8 inch high, ring size 5 3/4+.
A darling depression-era (1930s) dinner ring rendered in radiant 14K yellow gold, designed in a stylized lyre motif accented with flowers and leaves and overlaid with contrasting white gold settings to accentuate three sparkling round diamonds. 11/16 inch in length, ring size 8.
A cool glacial blue emerald-cut aquamarine, weighing 23.50 carats, glistens solo from within a hand fabricated, gleaming white gold mounting in this bright and beautiful just-for-fun-ring, dating from the mid-twentieth century.
The aqua measures 3/4 by 5/8 inch. Ring size 7 1/4.
A splendid original Art Deco gemstone ring by the highly esteemed New York and Chicago jewelers' Dreicer & Co. This 1920s treasure centers on a bright and glowing translucent green cabochon emerald, weighing 1.50 carats. The gorgeous emerald is accompanied north and south by two bright-white Eur...(more)
A vibrant melange of cool pastel colors, highlighted with flashes of orange around the edges, shimmer and glow in this entrancing 6 carat opal. The colorful gemstone is bezel-set and framed in high-polished white gold punctuated with eight evenly spaced round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling three-q...(more)
This fabulous, flashy and impressively proportioned emerald and diamond ring, dating from the early-twentieth century (circa 1915-20), is crafted in platinum over gold and measures 1 inch by 5/8 inch on top. A bright green .89 carat emerald-cut emerald, bezel-set in yellow gold, is presented in a do...(more)
A slender and sparkling, long (1 inch) and lean antique dinner ring, dating from the first decade of the twentieth century, elegantly fashioned by hand in platinum over gold. This striking jewel is packed with 1.00 carat of bright-white old mine-cut diamonds on top with a tiny twinkling trio on each...(more)