A luscious, deep crystalline green emerald, weighing just over three-quarter carat, glistens between a pair of sparkling European-cut diamonds in this classic Victorian style 'carved' ring by way of Great Britain. Crafted in rich 18K yellow gold, the open side gallery and shoulders are adorned with ...(more)
It would be hard to improve upon the color of this diamond bright, luscious green, very fine quality Colombian emerald (even our talented photographer can’t really do it justice), weighing 1.85 carats (however, due to the masterful cutting, the emerald ‘presents’ well over two carats). This ex...(more)
Original vintage emerald gent’s rings are quite scarce, and this one is a rare find and a beauty. A clean, light to medium crystalline green emerald-cut emerald, weighing 2.15 carats, is set flush in a beveled platinum top and is highlighted on each side by a sparkling European-cut diamond. The ma...(more)
A bold and beautiful statement in a late-Art Deco cocktail ring. A rich, vibrant green, elongated Colombian emerald, weighing 2.38 carats, joins forces with a pair of sparkling European-cut diamonds in this sizable and substantial (yet comfortable) architecturally inspired platinum ring - circa 1930...(more)
Crafted in platinum, circa 1950, a central row of bright green emeralds glistens slightly above and between two sparkling rows of bright white round brilliant-cut diamonds in this very cheerful triple-band ring. The size 5 1/2+ ring splits on top of the shank into a lovely trefoil design.
This late-Edwardian, early Art Deco Jewel can only be described as a graceful platinum delicacy. The central emerald is bezel set and framed with hand-fabricated linear wirework. The slightly elongated design resembles diamond-encrusted lace. Truly a special piece, although we feel it is a little ...(more)
A modestly proportioned, but immodestly beautiful, rich crystalline-green emerald is accompanied left and right by a sparkling round diamond set atop a billowy filigree mounting, die-struck and hand-finished in 18K white gold. This precious and pristine jewel dates back to the 1930s. Ring size 7.
A rich luscious green and crystalline old mine square emerald-cut emerald, weighing 1.35 carats, shines shoulder-to-shoulder with a pair of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds, weighing .35 carat each (.70 carats total), in this truly superb and stunning late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century three-sto...(more)
A splendid original Art Deco gemstone ring by the highly 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. The gorgeous emerald is accompanied north and south by two bright-white Eur...(more)
Even our talented photographer is unable to capture the depth of color of this gemmy, deep rich-green, old-mine Colombian emerald. The antique cushion-cut gemstone is tastefully presented in a sleek platinum mounting with a flash of tightly paved round diamonds on each shoulder. The number 7536 sta...(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)
This early-Victorian jewel centers on a bright crystalline-green emerald orbited by eight antique cushion-cut diamonds. The gemstones are set in decoratively fashioned collet settings supported by scrolled and engraved shoulders. A rare and delicate antique beauty not recommended for rugged everyday...(more)