An extra-long and extra-lovely 10.66 carat sapphire, accompanied by an A.G.L. - American Gemological laboratory report stating: Ceylon (Sri Lanka) origin - no gemological evidence of heat. This ravishing deep cornflower-blue gemstone radiates from within a sparkling frame of old mine-cut diamonds se...(more)
A sweet little sapphire and rose-cut diamond ring from 1867 Birmingham, England. Crafted in 18 karat yellow gold and fully hallmarked inside the ring shank.
A glowing royal blue cabochon sapphire take center stage in this classic gypsy style three-stone ring dating back to the early twentieth century. The entrancing center stone is aided and abetted by a sparkling pair of old mine cut diamonds, together weighing .75 carat. The three gemstones are flush ...(more)
A stunning and sophisticated original Art Deco ring, crafted in platinum, circa 1930, and featuring a bright cornflower blue Ceylon sapphire weighing just under four carats. The colorful gemstone is guarded left and right by a pair of glistening old-mine cushion-cut diamonds, all four weighing .60 c...(more)
This fabulous sapphire and diamond ring, dating back to the early-20th century, displays both Edwardian and Art Deco design characteristics - geometric symmetry combined with feminine laciness. The star of the show, however, is a sumptuous rich blue Ceylon sapphire weighing 3.80 carats. The gorgeous...(more)