This beautiful one inch long bauble, dating back to the first decade of the twentieth century, features a rich vermillion red oval coral, originating from the Mediterranean sea. The striking ocean gem is framed in glistening rose-cut diamonds set in silver; the bezel setting of the coral and the und...(more)
A thoroughly charming, and relatively small-scale (for an Art Deco dinner ring), original 1930s vintage jewel, handcrafted in platinum and twinkling with seven diamonds amidst consummate, geometric, decorative detailing. Stamped with the makers mark of W.J. Harber Co. (NY,NY). Just a smidgin shy of ...(more)
A slender, streamlined and stunning navette-shape dinner ring starring an elegantly modeled marquise sapphire weighing 2.00 carats. The enchanting royal-blue gemstone is set in a full bezel atop a sparkling frame of diamonds which, in turn, is outlined by tiny French-cut calibre sapphires. For a fin...(more)
This singular and sensational cocktail - or dinner - ring (or both), is handcrafted in platinum and hails from the 1940s-50s. The free swingin' design incorporates classic scroll and fan motifs with artsy, free-form, Deco/Retro flair. 1.40 carts of high-color European-cut, baguette and single-cut di...(more)
A bright and shining bauble dating from the Jazz Age of flappers and speakeasies, among other things. The center of attention of this just shy of one-inch-long Art Deco dinner ring is a gleaming .90 carat European-cut diamond. The bezel-set diamond is embellished on four sides with glittering diamon...(more)
Something different and very special. A sleekly modeled emerald-cut sapphire, weighing 1.65 carats, displaying a vibrant, electric, bubblegum pink color glistens and glows horizontally in this stunning and highly distinctive Art Deco ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1930. The gorgeous gemstone is f...(more)
A pair of diamond headlights with their high-beams always on, join forces to create an ultra-mega-watt impact in this fabulous Art Deco twin-stone, or bypass, ring, handcrafted in platinum - circa 1930s. The two bright-white, high-quality European-cut diamonds weigh 1.71 and 1.70 carats respectively...(more)
Both you and your ring will be the life of the party when you light up the room with this stunning and sensational, high-profile sparkler. This bold bombe shaped bauble is composed of alternating swirls of baguette and pave-set full-cut diamonds, totaling 3.00 carats, culminating in a bright and bea...(more)
A big, bold gold and bodacious high-fashion ring by the celebrated and individualistic American jeweler - David Webb. Conceived and crafted as a stylized love knot in gleaming 18K gold with David Webb's characteristic hammer finish.
Classic Art Deco geometry is artfully realized in this shimmering sensation from the 1930s. From a polite distance, a harmonious, high-color quartet of matching square-cut diamonds joins forces to create the illusion of a 2.50 to 3.00 carat emerald-cut diamond. The impressive centerpiece is supporte...(more)
A sparkling Art Deco dinner ring ornately crafted in two-tone gold with lovely decorative, diamond-dotted, open scrollwork framing a central trio of old mine-cut diamonds. Circa 1920s-30s. Just shy of 7/8 inch long.
This early-nineteenth century Edwardian knockout shines front and center with a super-scintillating European-cut diamond, weighing 2.20 carats. The gorgeous center diamond sparkles from within a platinum bezel setting atop delicate Spirograph-style latticework. The diamond is accompanied north and s...(more)