This splashy late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century sparkler features a 1.05 carat old mine-cut diamond, bezel-set in the center of a glistening diamond halo consisting of ten smaller old mine-cut diamonds - for a total weight of just under two carats. A classic Victorian cluster or flower ring han...(more)
Although imbued with pure 1920s-30s Art Deco style, judging from the transitional European/round brilliant-cut of the center diamond, this platinum beauty probably dates back to the 1940s. The bright-white half-carat center stone is accompanied by an EGL certificate stating E/F color, however, our f...(more)
Judging from the transitional cut of the of the bright-white and shining center stone, this beautiful vintage engagement ring dates back as early as the mid-1940s and as late as the latter-1950s. The .65 carat diamond which, due to its slightly spread cut, presents all of .75 carat in diameter, radi...(more)
Sunshine on your finger! A lustrous and lucent 2.46 carat round brilliant-cut diamond, with a light yellow, high-voltage glow, shines almost solo from within a newly handcrafted mounting rendered in rich 18K yellow gold with just a touch of tiny single-cut diamonds twinkling along the gracefully sco...(more)
A bright and flashy old mine-cut diamond, weighing just six points shy of one carat, radiates between glistening arrow motif shoulders in this sleekly modeled engagement ring by Bishop and Bishop of North Attleboro Massachusetts - circa 1950s. The centerstone, however, originates much earlier - circ...(more)
Consummate Art Deco geometry and symmetry distinguishes this dynamic Jazz Age jewel which proudly highlights a 1.40 carat European-cut diamond glistening with a warm sunshiny glow. The entrancing centerstone gleams from within a four-cornered setting, turned on the bias for added visual impact, acce...(more)
Glittering diamond steps lead to a bright and sparkling .45 carat European-cut diamond in this gorgeous and classically Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1920s-30s. Beautifully hand-crafted in lustrous platinum, with a stylish geometric gallery and stirrup shoulders, in a finger size 5.
This 1930s vintage diamond engagement ring centers on a sparkling .18 carat round brilliant-cut diamond center stone set atop a classic geometric Art Deco diamond mounting crafted in 14 karat white gold with just under forty points total diamond weight.
From the apex of the Art Deco period - circa 1925 - comes this sensational platinum and diamond sparkler. A classic antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing 1.50 carats, beams brilliantly from within a four-cornered setting that seamlessly emerges from the architecturally inspired mounting. The shoulde...(more)
A bright-white and shining emerald-cut diamond, weighing .70 carat, scintillates between a pair of shimmering tapered baguette diamonds in this timeless and traditional engagement ring, sleekly crafted in 18K white gold by none other than Cartier. Classic.
This scintillating jewel, circa 1950s, sizzles front and center with a bright-white transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond weighing a quarter-of-a-carat. The diamond, however, presents considerably larger due to being seated inside a circular white gold frame setting. A pair of small sin...(more)
This 1920s-30s vintage engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum, embodies classic Art Deco aesthetics. The bright and beautiful center stone, weighing 1.06 carats, sizzles atop an architecturally inspired mounting glittering all around with small single-cut diamonds arrayed in perfect geometric...(more)