A unique high-profile engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1920s. The gorgeous, bright-white (G color) stone, weighing 1.19 carats, sparkles loud and proud atop a thoroughly ornamented solitaire style mounting imbued with delicate decorative piercing embellished with tin...(more)
Lucky seven old mine-cut diamonds provide the celestial sparkle of this enchanting starburst (or flower) ring, hand crafted in rich rose gold, dating from the latter 1800s (in fact, the inside of the ring shank is engraved '1885'. Makes for a 'stellar' non-traditional engagement ring. Ring si...(more)
Serious sparkle emanates from the center of this artful variation of a traditional engagement ring. Crafted in platinum - circa 1950s, the ring showcases an older vintage stone: a bright white and lively European-cut diamond, weighing .83 carat, dating from the 1920s-30s. The beautiful diamond is se...(more)
Although die-struck and hand finished in the 1920s-30s Art Deco period, this radiant and romantic engagement ring, featuring a .67 carat bright white and beautiful European-cut diamond, displays the light and lacy pierced work that was the fashion during the preceding Edwardian period. Fanciful femi...(more)
A classic mid-century, platinum engagement ring featuring diamonds which were more than likely reset from older family heirlooms, and brought together to create a custom designed sentimental treasure. The central diamond is transitionally cut, fashioned during the late Art Deco period, with excepti...(more)
A gorgeous and gleaming vintage square emerald-cut diamond - a.k.a. Asscher-cut - is classically and appropriately presented between a shimmering pair of straight baguette diamonds in this tailored and traditional vintage treasure - hand fabricated in platinum - circa 1930s. Ring size 5 1/4.
A bright icy-white round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .16 ct., sparkles majestically from within a floating geometric frame and between a pair of bows in this darling Art Deco ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K gold - circa 1930s. Note the pair of orange blossoms on the side galle...(more)
Architectural geometry is in full force in this superb and stunning 1930s vintage Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold. The beautiful ring features a bright white and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing just a point shy of a quarter carat, presented ...(more)
Glittering diamond-set steps lead to a brilliant, bright white, high-quality transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .70 carat. The crisply die-struck, architectural ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1930s - is meticulously detailed with a pierced gallery, hand engraving and delicate milllegrain...(more)
A rich royal blue, round faceted sapphire, weighing 1.43 carats, shines solo from within a classic Art Deco filigree mounting, die-struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1930. A striking and colorful alternative to a tried and true diamond engagement ring.
This consummate Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, features a bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing .30 carat. The scintillating stone is presented in an artfully sculpted geometric setting and shines between stylized buck...(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)