This utterly delightful and highly distinctive Art Deco dazzler beams front and center with a bright-white and gorgeous European-cut diamond, weighing 1.62 carats. The brilliant diamond, bearing a GIA diamond grading certificate stating: I color - VS1 clatity, is encircled with small swiss-cut diamo...(more)
This dainty Art Deco dazzler, hand fabricated and adorned with consummate Jazz Age geometry, glistens front and center with a modestly proportioned (.15 carat) old mine cut diamond plus a twinkling trio on each trefoil shoulder. A precious and pristine jewel in a ring size 6 1/4.
A trio of tiny twinklers are set in 14 karat white gold atop a sleekly designed ring shank, rendered in contrasting yellow gold, in this dainty mid-century diamond engagement ring dating from the 1940s-1950s. Sweet.
Few come finer or as fabulous as this original Art Deco dazzler, circa 1924 (inscribed inside the ring shank, LWC to GM Sept 1924), presenting a bright-white and sparkling 1.10 carat European-cut diamond in high style. The skillfully fashioned, and highly distinctive, platinum mounting boasts gracef...(more)
A traditional mid-twentieth century vintage engagement ring starring a sparkling round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .65 carat but presenting somewhat larger due to the four artfully sculpted double prongs. The radiant rock is accompanied on each side with a small pair of single-cut diamonds set i...(more)
A bright-white and beautiful antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing just shy of three-quarter-carat, scintillates from within a floating, finely milgrained collet setting at the center of a sparkling diamond 'halo' frame for a stunning and impressive effect. The under gallery is adorned with a lovely...(more)
This superb and splendid, highly distinctive Art Deco engagement ring, dating from the 1920s-30s, is crowned with a bright-white and sparkling transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .85 carats, but which presents, due to its cushion-shape bezel setting, like a one carat diamond. The magnificent...(more)
Five old mine-cut diamonds cut sometime between 1900-1915, the central of which weighs just one point shy of three-quarters-of-a-carat, found a new platinum home sometime during the second quarter of the previous century. We know this because a group of initials and the date '9-27-42' are hand engra...(more)
A bright and sparkling GIA certified European-cut Diamond (J color - VS2 clarity), weighing just under three-quarters-of-a-carat, shines solo from atop a magnificently ornamented platinum mounting adorned all around and down the ring shank with orange blossoms - a traditional symbol of enduring love...(more)
Something new and something old. A gorgeous faceted square emerald-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat, very similar, if not exactly like Tiffany's signature Lucida-cut, sparkles spectacularly from within a 1930s vintage platinum and diamond mounting enlivened with a twinkling trio of single-cut diamond...(more)
Crisp geometric architecture meets lissome feminine curves in this highly distinctive, original Art Deco dazzler, die-struck and hand crafted in platinum - circa 1920s. A bright-white and brilliant old mine-cut diamond, weighing .80 carat and accompanied by a certificate from the GIA (Gemological In...(more)
This vintage platinum and diamond engagement ring, circa 1930s, showcases a bright and shining antique cushion-cut diamond weighing just two points shy of one-and-a-half-carats. The blazingly beautiful stone is presented with minimal fuss in a streamlined platinum mounting enlivened on each shoulder...(more)