A gorgeous, sparkling, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 2.22 carats, is traditionally presented between a baguette diamond and two small round diamonds in this subtle and effective variation on the classic-model engagement ring. An elegantly understated estate jewel, crafted in platinum, ...(more)
A very vicious and venomous viper - a stylized cobra perhaps - dares you to snatch a sparkling European-cut diamond from its fangs, in this unique and sensational Art Nouveau ring - circa 1900.
A magnifique traditional platinum and diamond estate wedding set dating from the mid-twentieth century. A bright-white, high-quality, transitional round-brilliant-cut diamond - four-fifths-of-a-carat - radiates front and center between sparkling tapered shoulders. The sleek diamond shoulders are per...(more)
A bright-white and sparkling transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.07 carats, shines mightily from atop this sleekly sculpted, traditional platinum and diamond engagement ring dating back to the late 1930s - 1940s. The beautiful diamond is set with four trefoil prongs and is ...(more)
A dazzling and highly distinctive original Art Deco engagement ring, handcrafted in platinum - circa 1925. A beautiful bezel-set European-cut diamond, weighing 1.34 carats, floats inside an open hexagonal setting and is ornamented all around with tiny diamonds sparkling from within puzzle-fitted, ha...(more)
A bright-white, high-caliber, vintage pear-shape diamond - weighing 1.10 carats - dazzles from this highly distinctive and dynamic original Art Deco ring, elegantly crafted in platinum - circa 1925.
The stylized buckle motif is outlined with a dramatic sweep of royal-blue calibre-cut sapphires which...(more)
Five shimmering, vertically set straight baguette diamonds float between sparkling rows of full-cut diamonds in this Mid-Century band ring, crafted in platinum, circa 1950s. This big, bright and beautiful vintage diamond ring, with geometric Art Deco-influenced shoulders, measures 3/8 inch wide at t...(more)
An ice-white, high-quality emerald-cut diamond, weighing .90 carat and accompanied by an EGL diamond grading certificate stating D color - VS1 clarity, but we think it is an E color, radiates from atop an elegantly restrained Art Deco style mounting, crafted in platinum with tiny full-cut diamonds. ...(more)
A bright-white, high-quality transitional-cut diamond, weighing .62 carats, sparkles mightily from atop a 1930s vintage engagement ring, crafted in platinum and diamonds. The center stone is flanked on both sides by a slender marquise diamond floating within open shoulders. Tiny twinkling single-cut...(more)
A quartet of European-cut diamonds, weighing .55 carats total, stand shoulder-to-shoulder and harmonize beautifully atop a a fancifully filigreed, original antique diamond ring in 18 karat white gold. In a finger size 7.
This mid-twentieth century vintage (1940s-1950s) diamond wedding set gleams with a modestly proportioned, high-quality round brilliant-cut diamond set in a white gold 'illusion' setting. The center diamond is enhanced on each side, and on the matching wedding band, with bright-cut diamond-like desig...(more)
This uniquely beautiful, original Art Deco engagement ring, circa 1925, radiates front and center with a shining old mine-cut diamond weighing 1.40 carats, (although the diamond presents well over 1.50 carats due to its slightly 'spread' cut and platinum bezel setting). The center diamond is striki...(more)