This enchanting late Edwardian/early Art Deco dinner ring is exceptionally designed and rendered in platinum with lacy pierced details generously studded with sparkling diamonds. The central round faceted zircon weighs in at 3.00 carats and radiates with an electric turquoise blue hue from within a ...(more)
This 1 inch long and lovely Jazz Age jewel, circa 1920s-30s, presents a deep royal purple, elongated cabochon oval amethyst. The enchanting gemstone is framed in platinum in consummate Art Deco style with small twinkling diamonds punctuated top and bottom by calibre rubies, and on the sides with bla...(more)
Iridescent flashes of cobalt blue, orangy-yellow, lavender and green glow from within and without this elongated oval black opal in this singular and sensational dinner ring, crafted in platinum and sparkling single-cut diamonds, circa mid-twentieth century. Entrancing. 13/16 inch long, currently ri...(more)
Evoking the lightness and symmetry of fine antique Damask lace this Edwardian style ring measures 7/8 inch long dinner and showcases a half dozen scintillating mine-cut diamonds, totaling just shy of three-quarter carat. The bright-white stones are bezel-set with millegrain tooling seamlessly integr...(more)
Just over 3/4 inch long and ultra-lovely, this 1930s vintage navette-shape dinner ring highlights a deep claret-colored marquise garnet. The striking gemstone is fancifully presented in an elaborately filigreed mounting, die-struck and hand-finished in white gold and overlaid with yellow gold and ro...(more)
A very interesting, unusual and thoroughly splendid 1920s diamond ring that works equally well as a right hand or individualistic engagement ring. The filigree dome is crowned with a beautiful, high-crowned, half-carat old mine-cut diamond embellished on four sides with glittering trios of old mine-...(more)
The preferred gemstone of stylish vampires, bloodstone, is cut into a sizable, deep-teal, sienna-flecked, beveled rectangle and is presented atop a fanciful white gold filigree mounting further ornamented with red, yellow and green enamel flourishes. Circa 1930s. The top of the ring measures just sh...(more)
A sweet and lovely quasi-Victorian/Art Deco style dinner ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in two-tone (yellow and white) 14K gold, and glinting in the center at at the tips with tiny single-cut diamonds. Circa 1930s-40s, 3/4 inch, currently ring size 6.
A late Victorian cluster ring featuring a central oval supported with an elaborate under gallery, pave-set with 1.75 carats of scintillating mine-cut diamonds held between stylized architecturally inspired columns accented with linear black enamel. Rendered in rich, buttery 18k yellow gold, the ring...(more)
With all the glamor the Roaring 20s demanded this perfectly contoured, oval, platinum ring blazes with brilliant European-cut diamonds. Sitting very close to the hand it sparkles from every angle with 1.80 carats of diamonds. This jewel can only be described as divinely decadent! Measuring 3/4 of a...(more)
A scintillating septet of bright and beautiful Old Mine-cut diamond sparklers, totaling .85 carat, are arrayed vertically and horizontally in this very lovely, 5/8 inch long Victorian dinner ring - circa 1890. Hand engraved inside ring shank C.B.O. to F.M.W. Currently ring size 6+.
Consummate Art Deco artistry and sophistication is in full flower in this singular sparkler, circa 1925. A slenderly modeled marquise diamond is embraced on each side with a mirror-image, diamond-set floral motif accented with royal blue calibre and navette sapphires, bordered top and bottom with a ...(more)