A trio of European-cut diamonds, together weighing 2.35 carats, sing-out in brilliant three-part harmony in this exemplary dinner ring masterfully handcrafted in platinum during the very early twentieth century. The ring, which measures one-inch long, is finely detailed with delicate pierced work li...(more)
Straight from the Roaring Twenties comes this finely crafted and very comfortable Art Deco diamond 'dinner' ring, perfect for any meal or simply cocktails. A vertical row of three bright-white European-cut diamonds glisten atop a gracefully sculpted and curvaceous ring embellished with small sparkl...(more)
This singular and sensational work of wearable art was handcrafted in platinum during the high-Deco period - circa 1925. A colorful melange of gemstones, including: carved emerald, sapphire, ruby, amethyst, citrine and diamonds are artfully arrayed over a gracefully curved more)
We have never seen an aquamarine with a finer color than this majestic, deep sky-blue gemstone. This highly unusual and exceedingly rare 7.00 carat navette-shape aquamarine is elegantly embraced by sparkling sprays of marquise and tapered baguette diamonds set in a finely handcrafted platinum mounti...(more)
Straight from the roaring twenties or thirties (with maybe a couple stops in between) comes this very cool and striking Art Deco sapphire and diamond dinner ring, handcrafted in platinum and featuring a pair of radiant, indigo blue, round sapphires, together weighing 4.00 carats. The sapphires are d...(more)
This classic navette shape Victorian ring sparkles with eighteen tightly-set old mine-cut diamonds and a single deep red ruby. This darling, modestly-sized dazzler, circa 1885, measures just shy of three-quarters of an inch long.
Here we have a mysterious turn-of-the-century natural pearl and diamond ring which will always keep you wondering: who? what? when? where? how? - and above all - why? Unquestionably cool.
From the turn-of-the-twentieth century, an enchanting, slender and gracefully flowing navette (or marquise) shaped diamond dinner ring. This ravishing and romantic ring was lovingly hand-crafted in richly colored 14 karat yellow gold, which, being unusual for Edwardian jewelry, may even date it back...(more)
This versatile ring in platinum from the Art Deco era is perfect as a combination engagement ring/wedding band, a wide wedding band to match your vintage engagement ring, or as a fun right-hand ring. This ring is big on design and bling, but sits low on the hand for comfort. Three diamonds are set a...(more)
This flashy, splashy, show-stopping diamond cocktail ring will turn heads and light up any room. Over 7.00 carats of high quality, bright white, fancy cut diamonds combine to create this blindingly beautiful dream ring. This all-diamond dazzler is designed around a central cluster of flashing round,...(more)
A distinctive and quintessentially Art Deco ring crafted in platinum, diamonds and rubies - circa 1925. Three rolling rows of sparkling diamonds alternate with two rows of calibre rubies and is finished with architecturally sculpted shoulders. A cheerful, original vintage right-hand ring in glorious...(more)
A simply stunning dinner ring from late 19th century France.
Three Victorian floral motifs with round and oval-shaped petals are composed of gemmy red old-mine Burma rubies surrounding old European-cut diamond centers. The blossoms are outlined by an undulating line of small antique cushion-cut diam...(more)