This gorgeous navette-shaped cocktail ring mirrors the shape of the deep, rich, translucent green, marquise jadeite cabochon. Two-tiered rows of bright-white, sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds, totalling 1.65 carats, are set in rich 18K yellow and contrasting white gold. The shank is numbered 1...(more)
A high-domed, hand-carved vibrant apple green jade is surrounded by twenty six sparkling full cut diamonds weighing one half carat in a 14k two-tone white and yellow gold setting. Accompanied by a Stone Group Labs Report #150514B-LA: Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes. It is the opinion of ...(more)
We always hesitate to use such a widely misused term as 'Imperial' when describing fine gemmy jadeite jade. In this case, however, the color can hardly be improved (if only it were much larger!). This relatively petite gem comes in a wonderful platinum and diamond original Edwardian mounting with a ...(more)
This saddle ring is carved from one continuous piece of jade and exhibits a mottled white with apple green color. This ring is a size 7 and cannot be sized. Accompanied with a Stone Gem Lab gemstone report stating, natural Burmese jade, no enhancements.
A long and slender light apple-green jadeite is outlined with 1.25 carats of bright-white and sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds in this sleek, striking and elegant mid-twentieth century cocktail ring, finely crafted in bright white gold. This beautiful estate ring measures 1 and 1/8 inches long...(more)
An impressive Art Deco ring set with a jadeite cabochon of vibrant green, accompanied by a GIA certificate stating natural color, flanked by two elegant trapezoid diamonds with baguette diamonds on the shoulders. The handmade platinum setting is expertly sculpted. Sophisticated and lovely.
A smashing just-for-fun ring for connoisseurs of 1960s free-style design. Two rich translucent green, high-quality navette-shaped jadeites are nestled in their respective pods and embellished with swirls and flashes of sparkling diamonds. This unique abstract work of wearable art is exceptionally we...(more)