A sparkling trio of European-cut diamonds, together weighing just a tad shy of 2.00 carats, are cozily nestled in a radiant rose gold mounting in this classic Victorian 'carved' ring - circa 1890. The beautifully ornamented ring tests 9 karat gold, hence it is most likely of British origin. An extra...(more)
A classic vintage platinum and diamond engagement ring with a subtle variation. A bright and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing 1.02 carat, is set in four trefoil prongs and is embellished on each side by a slender marquise-cut diamond followed by a twinkling single-cut diamond. A soft knife-e...(more)
A bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of one carat, radiates from between sparkling platinum shoulders set with three shapes of diamonds: baguette, marquise and round, followed by a hand-engraved tapered ring shank. A dazzling and highly distinctive original Art...(more)
A stunning and sophisticated, low-profile engagement ring, crafted in platinum and dating from the roaring 1920s-30s. The ring sparkles with a three-quarter carat old mine-cut diamond set between geometric trefoil motifs composed of shimmering straight baguette diamonds. A sleekly tailored beauty.
A sleek and streamlined platinum and diamond Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1930. A bright and beautiful half-carat old mine-cut diamond glistens between shimmering baguette diamond steps in this shining, architecturally inspired jewel. Stunning.
A European-cut diamond, weighing just a tad shy of three-quarters-of-a-carat, beautifully sparkles from between a glistening pair of split, diamond-set shoulders in this sleekly tailored Art Deco engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1930.
A bright-white and beautiful old mine-cut diamond, weighing .65 carats and accompanied by a GIA Diamond Certificate stating : I color - SI1 clarity, is elegantly presented in platinum in this original early-Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1920s. The diamond is embellished on each side by a row of t...(more)
An ice-white (F color) European-cut diamond, weighing .74 carat, sparkles and shines between a pair of diamond-set crescents and slender marquise diamonds in this dazzling and highly-distinctive Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1930. The diamond is accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating...(more)
This gorgeous Edwardian-era solitaire diamond engagement ring, circa 1915, elegantly presents a 2.90 carat antique cushion-cut diamond, accompanied by an EGL - European Gemological Laboratory certificate stating: H color - VS2 clarity, however, we have graded the color to be somewhat lower based on ...(more)
Although dating from the early-Art Deco period - circa 1920 - the designer of this stunning platinum solitaire engagement ring opted to thoroughly adorn the ring with timeless scroll and acanthus leaf motifs adopted from ancient Attic and Roman architecture. The sublime mounting is crowned with a go...(more)
This original and pristine platinum and diamond engagement ring, circa 1930, perfectly reflects the Art Deco aesthetic. A glorious and glistening European-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat, is embellished all around with small diamonds sparkling from within individual geometric settings. Delicate mil...(more)
A bright and shining emerald-cut diamond, weighing just a tad under one-half carat, presents even a bit larger in a bright-white gold illusion setting. Classic, elegant simplicity.