Enchanting filigree of leaves and orange flower blossoms (symbol of enduring love) surround an octagonal setting with a bright and blazing .18 carat European-cut diamond in this lovely engagement ring. Crafted in gleaming 18 karat white gold, for a petite finger size 3 3/4. This ring may only sized ...(more)
Distinctive details give this circa 1930s ring charm and panache. A cushion-shaped setting cradles a sparkling .20 carat round European-cut diamond. Engraving on the shoulders of the ring creates an intriguing "quilted" effect, and a lively geometric filigree gallery affords one a charming side view...(more)
This dynamic and highly distinctive diamond ring, crafted in platinum, features a dazzling 3.17 carat European-cut diamond. This radiant rock is embraced top and bottom by sparkling diamond-set half bezels and left and right by sleek diamond-set prongs that seamlessly emerge from the striated ring s...(more)
With its low profile and high style, this distinctive 1940s-50s diamond ring is a delight to wear. With an architecturally inspired, geometric design composed of an intriguing mix of contrasting yellow and white gold and accented by .30 carats of bright and sparkling antique diamonds. Finger size 6 ...(more)
A true classic diamond engagement ring from the 1950s. A .20 carat European-cut diamond is set into a square box head and highlighted on either side with a small accent diamond. Vintage charm!
A consummate late-Art Deco platinum and diamond engagement ring blazing front and center with a gorgeous and glistening transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just a handful of points shy of 2.00 carats. The diamond is majestically displayed between two pairs of shimmering bague...(more)
This is an adorable, small scale three stone ring from the Art Deco period crafted in 18 karat white gold. Three European-cut diamonds are set across the top of the ring in square box heads with engraved detailing going down each shoulder. Classic Deco design - circa 1930.
A bright-white and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .72 carat and bearing a Diamond Grading Report from the Gemological Institute of America stating: G color- VS2 clarity, round brilliant-cut, although we believe it is a European cut, presents even larger in this illusion-set solitaire diamo...(more)
This is a classic example of an engagement ring from the Mid-Century. A .46 carat European-cut diamond is set traditionally with four claw prongs and three small diamonds down each shoulder. Two-tone 14 karat gold with a knife-edge shank.
In this stunning ring a swirl of bright and dazzling round and baguette diamonds embrace the star of the show: a ravishing 1.24 carat deep-red ruby with an AGL report stating it has not been heat treated and is of Burmese origin. Beautifully hand-fabricated in platinum, this sizzler sits low on the ...(more)
This dynamic Art Deco dazzler, dating from the Jazz Age of flappers and speakeasies (among other things), radiates loud and clear with a sparkling European-cut diamond weighing 1.72 carats. The diamond is presented in a double-tiered hexagonal setting atop an artfully sculpted architectural platinum...(more)
A sparkling and streamlined, early twentieth-century vintage marquise diamond, weighing just two points shy of four carats and measuring 7/8 inch long (!) (about the length of a regular cut 7.00 carat marquise) is presented in an elegantly understated platinum and diamond mounting - circa 1920s-1930...(more)