An exquisitely detailed and very distinctive vintage diamond engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in 14K yellow gold with artfully rendered filigree ornamentation - circa 1930. The Art Deco ring is crowned with a bright-white and beautiful European-cut diamond weighing just a smidgin under ...(more)
By America's most celebrated purveyor of pretty things in small packages. A sweetheart of a ring, elegantly modeled in platinum, displaying a dazzling .20 carat round brilliant-cut diamond orbited by ten tiny full-cut diamonds, all set in milgrained platinum bezels above a gracefully scrolled under ...(more)
An icy-white, high-clarity transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat, shines bright and beautiful between a shimmering pair of straight baguette diamonds in this tried, true and traditional estate engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1940s-50s - signed Jabel.
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 bright-white and brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of half-a-carat, sparkles loud and proud atop a traditional mid-century (1940s-50s) vintage engagement ring with a subtle design twist on each shoulder. Crafted in two-tone, yellow and white (on top) gold.
A deep royal blue, round faceted sapphire glistens between a pair of slender marquise diamonds in this sleekly modeled, non-conformist, mid-century vintage engagement ring, crafted in gleaming white gold - circa 1950s-60s.
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)
Stately architectural lines distinguishes this original Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold - circa 1930. The multi-dimensional design culminates in a bright-white, quarter-carat European-cut diamond flanked on each side with a tiny twinkler for accent. ...(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 glittering .18 carat European-cut diamond presents considerably larger
in a beveled hexagonal setting floating inside a textured frame, set in white gold above a yellow gold ring shank and open gallery adorned with an 'X' motif (for kisses!). Sweet.
A rare and ravishing jewel from Cartier-Paris, circa 1930s. A gorgeous, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 3.28 carats, sizzles between a pair of long and slender straight baguette diamonds (.50 carats total) set in platinum. The diamond is accompanied by a photostat of a GIA certifi...(more)
This original Art Deco jewel, circa 1920s, enwraps your finger in glorious black & white. Gracefully conceived in platinum, a glittering trio of bright-white old mine-cut diamonds are elliptically framed in faceted calibre onyxes to create a classic Art Deco adornment. The onyx calibre is a bit ...(more)