Crafted in platinum , circa 1950, a central row of bright green emeralds glistens slightly above and between two sparkling rows of 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)
This early-twentieth century late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco finger-hugger wraps your finger with four rich luscious green old mine emeralds, totaling 1.25 carats, shining shoulder-to-shoulder. The colorful quartet is set in 18K gold and is framed with bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamonds ...(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)
Giftwrap your finger in chic and stunning style. This truly gorgeous, early-Art Deco bow motif ring is knotted with a luscious, ultra-gemmy, old-mine Colombian emerald. The rich, deeply saturated, bright-green gemstone is bezel-set between a pair of sparkling, old mine pear-shape diamond-centered pl...(more)
The first word that comes to mind when experiencing the impact of this sensational ring[s] is Wow! Three glorious bands, all of which are of a superior gemmy quality, wrap around your finger in a continuous flash of blazing technicolor. Seven luscious rich red rubies, seven bright-white and sparklin...(more)
This fun and fascinating, fabulous fifties ring is a work of modern jewelry art. The bombe shaped bauble is meticulously (and substantially) hand crafted in platinum with randomly layered miniature pick-up sticks, dotted with single-cut diamonds and crowned with a rich vibrant green, high-crowned em...(more)