A bright and sizzling electric blue sapphire of Ceylon origin, weighing 5.44 carats, scintillates horizontally from an exquisitely detailed, hand-crafted platinum and diamond mounting, circa 1900. Delicately applied open-work ornamentation with fine milgrain work combines with a geometric zig-zag ga...(more)
An elegant platinum and diamond dinner ring from the Edwardian era, circa 1910 . This sizable and exceptional jewel glistens with two large, bright and beautiful European-cut diamonds weighing 1.65 carats each - 3.30 carats total. The dynamic duo sparkles atop a masterfully handcrafted mounting, del...(more)
A stunning platinum and diamond Art Deco dinner ring, direct from the roaring twenties, scintillates with a dynamic trio of sparkling European-cut diamonds, together weighing 2.30 carats. The three diamonds glisten atop a tri-section mounting which tapers into an exaggerated fan motif, which in turn...(more)
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)
A shimmering trio of natural pearls rub shoulders in the delightful platinum and diamond late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco ring - circa 1905 - 1920. This beautiful antique ring is hand fabricated in platinum and displays delicate curvilinear and geometric openwork sprinkled with bright-white and sparkli...(more)
A rare and colorful find - a big, round, grape-flavored gum drop - otherwise known as a cabochon amethyst - glows from atop an exemplary platinum and diamond mounting, circa 1900. The deep purple gemstone is embellished all around with glittering European-cut and single-cut diamonds set into finely ...(more)
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 in a size 3 3/4.
This platinum Edwardian diamond dome ring features a sparkling 1.52 carat European-cut diamond set with delicate pointed prongs. This ornate ring is beautifully pierced and set with small diamonds throughout the dome and is finished with milgrain and engraved details.
A truly unique, high-profile and high-style early-Art Deco engagement ring, finely crafted in platinum, circa 1920. A sizzling European-cut diamond, weighing one-and-one-third of a carat (1.33), shines bright and proud, high atop an artful scaffold setting rising from diamond-set scroll motifs. Ligh...(more)
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 handcrafted in richly colored 14 karat yellow gold, which, being unusual for Edwardian jewelry, may even date it back ...(more)
Gorgeous times three describes this vintage platinum and diamond dazzler starring three bright-white and shining and beautifully matched European-cut diamonds weighing a total of 1.80 carats. The three high-quality diamonds are nestled shoulder-to-shoulder in an exquisite platinum mounting adorned w...(more)
This big, beautiful and blazing antique diamond ring features a rare and exotic, ice-white, shallow European-cut diamond weighing 3.73 carats accompanied by a GIA - Gem Trade Laboratory certificate stating 'E' color, 'VS2' clarity. This unique and remarkable ...(more)