This lovely solitaire engagement ring dates back to the 1920s and features a bright-white and sparkling old mine-cut diamond weighing just over a quarter-carat. The light and airy 18K white gold mounting is is adorned on all sides with decorative openwork details.
A bright, radiant old mine-cut diamond, weighing 1.35 carats, presents considerably larger in a spacious four-cornered setting beveled inside and out to create a super splashy sparkle. The geometric center is embellished all around with an array of small old mine-cut diamonds that gently curve aroun...(more)
A chic, high-style diamond ring - circa 1940s - sleekly crafted in yellow gold and topped with palladium - a WWII era substitute for platinum, which was needed by our armed forces as a strategic metal. A fun and restive right-hand ring, or an artistic vintage engagement ring.
A glorious and glittering European-cut diamond, weighing .41 carat but presenting considerably larger in a floating, double-tiered, cushion-shape setting, shines solo in this relatively simple, yet highly effective, solitaire engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in two-tone gold - circa 193...(more)
A glorious and gleaming original Art Deco engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1920s. A bright and lively 1.20 carat old mine-cut diamond is flanked on each side with a pair of shimmering straight baguette diamonds punctuated with a triangular-set diamond, all of which are bordered all aroun...(more)
A high quality H color VS1 clarity 1/3 carat European-cut diamond shines bright and larger than expected in the center of this illusion-style mid-century engagement ring. Each side is accented with a small diamond. Vintage charm.
This distinctive and tres chic Art Deco engagement ring, dating from the late thirties to early forties, showcases a gorgeous 2.20 carat mine-cut diamond in a floating square frame, attended by rows of looping ribbons studded with glittering single-cut diamonds. Meticulously hand fabricated in plati...(more)
An original Art Deco engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, and accented with mirror-image flares of calibre sapphires, sparkles front and center with a much newer, modern round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .68 carats, for maximum sparkle.
Unfortunately, due t...(more)
This fabulous early-Art Deco style engagement ring, beaming with a glorious (1920s vintage) 2.42 carat antique cushion-cut diamond, was handcrafted in platinum by one of our finest jewelers to replace the original (worn beyond salvation) mounting. The gracefully fashioned ring makes artful use of cl...(more)
This thoroughly darling original Art Deco engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1930s - displays consummate and sophisticated Art Deco geometry which flourished during the much-heralded, bygone design period. A high-quality .20 carat European-cut diamond glistens front an...(more)
A sparkling, high-color round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just nine points shy of one carat, is classically presented between a pair of sleek tapered baguette diamonds in this stunning and stately estate wedding set from the latter-twentieth century. The matching wedding band perfectly mirrors t...(more)
A gorgeous, ice-white and high-clarity (GIA F-VS1) emerald-cut diamond, weighing a lucky 1.07 carats, is traditionally presented between a pair of tapered baguette diamonds, set in platinum by the illustrious all-American jeweler - Tiffany and Co. The engagement ring is accompanied by a fitted plati...(more)