An .85 carat old European-cut diamond, cut during the first or second decade of the last century, shines solo from a basic platinum solitaire mounting dating from 1946 (engraved inside the ring shank). The beautiful diamond is graded H/I color by the European Gem Lab (EGL), however, we see the diamo...(more)
The crowning glory of this splendid and sparkling original early-twentieth century engagement ring is a gorgeous GIA certified European-cut diamond graded H color, VS2 clarity. The refulgent rock radiates at the crest of an artfully rendered platinum mounting, sprinkled with small single-cut diamond...(more)
A classically modeled, vintage emerald-cut diamond, weighing just shy of two-and-a-half-carats and bearing a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: E color-VS1 clarity, is presented in consummate Art Deco style in this stunning and impressive platinum and diamond ring. The icy-white diamond, presumably...(more)
A very special and pristine engagement ring crafted in two-tone gold - circa 1950 - by Axel Brothers of NY, est. 1931. The ring centers on a bright and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing just over a fifth-of-a-carat but appearing considerably larger due to a classic illusion setting. The diam...(more)
This stellar and stunning vintage engagement ring, sleekly hand-fabricated in platinum, circa 1950s-60s, sparkles front and center with a bright-white round brilliant-cut diamond weighing .62 carats. The beautiful diamond is presented in a traditional low-profile (finger-hugging) mounting enlivened ...(more)
A bright and shining 1920s vintage European-cut diamond, weighing just four points shy of one carat, does some serious sparkling atop a double row of twinkling single-cut diamonds in this low-profile finger hugger recently crafted in platinum in faithful emulation of 1920s vintage Art Deco style. R...(more)
A coruscating quintet of old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 1.60 carats, form a continuous flash across your finger in this classic and impressive late-19th century jewel, finely hand fabricated in rich 18K yellow gold from Victorian England. Eight tiny rose-cut diamonds set at the corners provide a li...(more)
A bright-white and sparkling old mine-cut diamond, weighing .84 carat and accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: G color-VS2 clarity, is presented in consummate Art Deco fashion between glittering platinum and diamond stair steps leading to a sleek knife-edge ring shank in this superb ...(more)
Sometime during the 1950s, a bright and shining, 1920s vintage, .87 carat European-cut diamond found a new updated home in this artfully sculpted platinum engagement ring enlivened with a pair of single-cut diamonds glittering in classic fishtail settings atop the size 5 1/2 ring shank. A subtle var...(more)
This utterly delightful and highly distinctive Art Deco dazzler beams front and center with a bright-white and gorgeous European-cut diamond, weighing 1.62 carats. The brilliant diamond, bearing a GIA diamond grading certificate stating: I color - VS1 clatity, is encircled with small swiss-cut diamo...(more)
This dainty Art Deco dazzler, hand-fabricated and adorned with consummate Jazz Age geometry, glistens front and center with a modestly proportioned (.15 carat) old mine-cut diamond plus a twinkling trio on each trefoil shoulder. A precious and pristine jewel in a ring size 6 1/4.
A trio of tiny twinklers are set in 14 karat white gold atop a sleekly designed ring shank, rendered in contrasting yellow gold, in this dainty mid-century diamond engagement ring dating from the 1940s-1950s. Sweet.