From 'The House of Lucky Wedding Rings', this platinum three-row diamond band hails from Samuels Jewelers, formerly right here in San Francisco. With .65 carats total weight of diamonds, this ring looks like three bands, making it a lovely companion to an engagement ring, or being striking al...(more)
This mondo-groovy example of art jewelry from the 1960s is large, multi-dimensional and freeform in design. It is reminiscent of an amoeba with a 9.50 carat light pink Kunzite floating in the 14 karat gold endoplasm of this organic creation. The Kunzite is accented by six pink tourmalines (one for e...(more)
A bold and beautiful bauble featuring a lavender-purple faceted oval amethyst comfortably nestled in an elaborately designed and rendered bombe mounting evocative of the work of Buccellatti. The Italianate mounting is crafted in rose gold and darkened silver punctuated with a half dozen glittering ...(more)
A traditional mid-twentieth century vintage engagement ring starring a sparkling round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .65 carat but presenting somewhat larger due to the four artfully sculpted double prongs. The radiant rock is accompanied on each side with a small pair of single-cut diamonds set i...(more)
Something old and something new(ish).... a sparkling, high-quality .37 carat antique mine cut diamond found a new home circa 1950 in this pristine and charming white gold engagement ring. Set in lovely trefoil prongs, with glittering single-cut diamonds artfully spaced further apart on the shoulders...(more)
A highly cool example of the Mid-Century Brutalist art movement crossing paths with the groovy jeweler's benchcraft. A moody, bluish-gray thundercloud-colored quartz, with mesmerizing chatoyantcy, is featured in this richly textured, 18 karat yellow gold, hand-sculpted ring. A unique and artistic t...(more)
An adorable roaring, or perhaps yawning, black and white striped tiger cub ring crafted in warm and sunny 14k yellow gold. An especially expressive pet thanks to lovely enamel details, like apple-green eyes and a red tongue and forehead. A marvelous sculptural ring that measures just over a 1/2 inch...(more)
A lively 1.65 carat european-cut diamond with a hint of champagne color is the sparkling star of this stylish late Art Deco - circa 1950s - engagement ring. A sweeping array of glittering accent diamonds and delicate milgrain engraving further enhance this beautifully hand-fabricated platinum jewel ...(more)
A vintage dinner or cocktail (or both) ring featuring a central sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing two-thirds of a carat, set with a pair of baguette diamonds top and bottom and a curvy ribbon of diamonds set on each side, for a total diamond weight of 1.50 carats. 14K white gold. Ring size 4 ...(more)
A high quality H color VS1 clarity 1/3 carat European-cut diamond shines bright and larger than expected in the center of this illusion-style mid-century engagement ring. Each side is accented with a small diamond. Vintage charm. Ring size 8.
A true classic diamond engagement ring from the 1950s. A .20 carat European-cut diamond is set into a square box head and highlighted on either side with a small accent diamond. Vintage charm! Ring size 5.
If this sparkling geodesic-cut gem were a modern brilliant-cut diamond, at 9/16 inch across it would clock in at about 12 carats! As it stands, however, it measures about 3.00 carats. This huge and hypnotic diamond is bezel set in a traditional closed foil-back setting that floats above a bright pol...(more)