A bright-white 'light' one-carat (.95 carats to be exact) modern brilliant-cut diamond is classically presented in platinum between two pairs of small high-color side diamonds in this intensely sparkling engagement ring by Granat Brothers, a high-end San Francisco jeweler of the mid-twentieth centu...(more)
A sparkling diamond-set elongated oval top, crafted in 14K white gold, gently curves over your finger in this very lovely and very wearable 1950s vintage band ring. The central row is composed of sparkling full-cut diamonds and the outside rows twinkle with single-cut diamonds. The ring shank is cr...(more)
A circa 1950 engagement ring with Art Deco flair and a bright and sparkling .40 carat transitional round brilliant-cut diamond at its center. Crafted in two-tone 14 karat gold, with glittering accent diamonds in the geometric shoulders and a curvilinear side gallery accented with milgrain engraving;...(more)
A gleaming 1 and 3/8 inch wide jingly-jangly bracelet, crafted during the 1940s-50s in characteristic 18K rosy-yellow gold. The distinctive links suggest highly stylized bow motifs or possibly Victorian doorknockers. A fun and fashionable Retro adornment. 7 1/2 inches.
This sleekly styled bracelet from the 1950s, possibly early-60s, shines front and center with a glistening glacier blue aquamarine measuring 27 carats. The bright and lively, almost square, pastel color gemstone nestles between twinkling diamond-set arrow motifs overlaid atop a gleaming golden brace...(more)
This lovable, if lethargic, creature, rendered in gleaming 18K yellow gold, is dressed up in her finest carapace of diamonds and bright lime-green enamel. Hurry, turtles are fast movers! 1 1/2 inches by 1 inch.
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 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)