This classic, 7/8 inch long, Jazz Age jewel is masterfully hand crafted in platinum to closely and comfortably hug your finger. A glittering assemblage of old mine and single-cut diamonds are arrayed over an artfully pierced, finely millegrained, hand engraved dinner ring. A timeless original Art D...(more)
A bright electric red tourmaline (a.k.a. rubelite), weighing 1.90 carats, is a dead ringer for a gemmy Burmese ruby in this very striking and stunning Art Deco bombe ring, crisply crafted in platinum - circa 1920s-30s. The luscious red gemstone crowns a diamond studded geodesic dome adorned in class...(more)
A bright vibrant red natural Burma ruby shares equal billing with a sunshiny old mine-cut diamond in this ultra-sweet and lovely sparkler from nineteenth century France. The radiant pair are set in platinum buttercup settings on either side of a trio of round European-cut diamond sparklers. The curv...(more)
A mid-century diamond sparkler centering on a buttercup-set, bright-white, high-quality round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .18 carat, surrounded by 18 glittering diamond-set flames or leaves. This cheerful diamond cocktail ring becomes all the more cheerful when you add cocktails! 14K white gold,...(more)
If there ever was a showstopping WOW! ring, this is it! A sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing 1.85 carats, floats inside a finely milgrained bezel (effectuating an enhanced outline) and slightly above a truly majestic octagonal frame glistening with seamlessly-set tapered baguette sapphires (b...(more)
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.