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.
Xmas, 1926: this delightful small scale dinner ring was sitting under a lucky recipient's Christmas tree or inside a stocking, and now it belongs on your/her finger. A vibrant, velvety square sapphire radiates from the center of the vertically designed jewel, handcrafted in platinum with one-third-o...(more)
A splendid Art Deco gemstone ring by the 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, accompanied north and south by two bright-white European-cut diamonds, weighing over two ca...(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)
A rectangular, placid pastel-blue aquamarine, with an unusual scissor-cut faceting arrangement, is framed in diamonds with quintessential geometric Art Deco flair in this striking, original vintage just-for-fun ring, circa 1930, rendered in two-tone gold. The top of this beautiful bauble measures 3/...(more)
This extra-long (just shy of 1 1/4 inch) and extra-lovely Victorian treasure is designed around a radiant row of seven gorgeous royal blue sapphires totaling 2.00 carats. The splendid gemstones are bezel-set and bordered on each side with glistening rose-cut diamonds in an elegantly elongated navett...(more)
Lavender, long and lovely. An enchanting antique dinner ring - circa 1915 - sparkling front and center with a collet-set European-cut diamond radiating from the center of an elegantly elongated chalcedony plaque. The gemstones glow from atop an intricately ornamented mounting, die-stuck and hand det...(more)
A blast of bright-orange sunshine, in the form of a round faceted golden citrine, radiates from the center of a dazzling diamond dinner (or right hand) ring dating back to the first decade of the last century. 16 old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 1 carat, are arrayed over a curvaceous 14K gold frame a...(more)
It isn't easy to categorize this one-of-a-kind Art Deco delight. Whether one perceives it as a dinner ring or as a fanciful, unconventional engagement ring, there's no disputing the inherent beauty of this original Jazz Age jewel. The octagonal shaped top centers on a sparkling .40 carat old mine-cu...(more)
A glittering bouquet of rose-cut diamonds, set in silver, is dramatically set-off against a bright black onyx background in this chic and sizable (1 inch by 3/4 inch) 6.75 bauble, sturdily hand crafted 10K yellow gold. A unique vintage beauty.