This classic, streamlined platinum and diamond engagement ring dates back to the 1940s-1950s. A gorgeous, bright European-cut diamond, weighing .55 carats, sparkles loud and proud from between a slender pair of shimmering tapered baguette diamonds. A tantalizing traditional treasure in finger size 4...(more)
A fabulous and flashy platinum engagement ring from the fabulous and occasionally flashy nineteen fifties. A fiery ice-white round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .45 carats, blazes from atop a glittering frame of single-cut diamonds with a twinkling trio shining on on each shoulder. Classic 'fisht...(more)
Lucky seven sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds glitter across your finger and add some extra zest to your vintage engagement ring. Just under one-third of a carat, crafted in gleaming white gold - circa 1950s. Ring size 7 1/2.
A fiery, faceted, round, amber-orange Madeira citrine emits an electric sparkle from within a tri-color gold filigree setting. The 1930s vintage ring is die-struck and hand finished with five (somewhat unusual versus the common six) decorative compass points. A hand-engraved wheat motif adorns the u...(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)
Eight bright-white, high-quality round brilliant-cut diamonds sparkle across your finger and add extra punch to your engagement ring in this sleekly styled mid-twentieth century wedding band, crafted in gleaming 18K white gold. The top of the size 9 1/2 ring shank is cinched and fluted.
A sparkling pinwheel comprised of blinding bright-white diamond feathers make for the most magnificent and mesmerizing corsage brooch ever! Measuring an impressive 2 and 5/8 inches, this opulent, multi-dimensional ornament contains 20 carts of high-color round and baguette diamonds, and each articul...(more)