This sweet and stellar Victorian jewel is crowned with a glistening rose-cut diamond-set six-pointed star accentuated with small round faceted rubies beaming between the rays. Hand fabricated circa 1890 in 9K rose gold, hence of British origin. Just shy of 1/2 inch across, currently ring size 5.
Nine bright and shining old mine-cut diamonds, the center alone weighing .45 carat, join forces to create a brilliant blast of sparkle in this early-Edwardian/late-Victorian diamond cluster ring, hand crafted in platinum and 14K yellow gold. This classically beautiful, no-nonsense jewel will brighte...(more)
A scintillating septet of bright and beautiful Old Mine-cut diamond sparklers, totaling .85 carat, are arrayed vertically and horizontally in this very lovely, 5/8 inch long Victorian dinner ring - circa 1890. Hand engraved inside ring shank C.B.O. to F.M.W. Currently ring size 6+.
Twinkle twinkle little stars. A bright-white and sparkling trio of Old Mine-cut diamonds are 'star-set' atop a gleaming 18K yellow gold band. Circa 1880 (Victorian), most likely English, currently ring size 8.
This rare and wonderful Georgian-era ring (circa late-18th ~ early-19th century) is crafted in silver over 14K yellow gold and displays a scintillating array of rose-cut diamonds embellished with black enamel. The crown of the ring measures 5/8 inch in length and a rounded 5/8 inch in width where it...(more)
A scintillating septet of gorgeous, high-crowned, old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 2.50 carats, join forces to create this dynamic ultra-sparkler, crafted in silver over gold - circa 1890 - during a brief Georgian revivalist period. The top measures just over 1/2 inch; currently ring size 8 1/2.
An enchanting, geodesically faceted, antique rose-cut diamond, weighing 1.65 carat, glistens solo from within a buttercup setting atop a striking repousse mounting adorned with stylized floral motifs in this classic Victorian 'Belcher' style ring. 14K, currently size 7.
These delightful Victorian beauties, hand-fabricated in 18 karat yellow gold, circa 1875, glitter up and down with bright-white old mine-cut diamonds arrayed over an artful foliate design. The bottom leaves dangle freely below. 1 5/16 inches long, the ear wires are 14 karat gold.
From London, England, circa 1880s (according to the remaining hallmark), comes this stellar jewel, hand crafted in gleaming 18K gold and twinkling with five star-set old mine-cut diamonds. Currently size 8 3/4.
A coruscating quintet of European-cut diamonds, totaling 2.75 carats, create a continuous flash across your finger in this otherwise rather simple, classic Victorian ring, hand fabricated in rich 18K yellow gold, with a repousse style upper ring shank. Circa early-twentieth century. Understated eleg...(more)
A 1 and 1/4 inch long, navette-shaped ring with an open picture locket on the reverse. This strikingly beautiful dinner ring, dating from the mid-1800s, features two central antique cushion-cut diamonds amidst an interlacing design of bright cobalt blue enamel. The 18 karat yellow gold ring shows tr...(more)
This classic late-Victorian solitaire engagement ring, circa 1890- 1915, features an icy-white European-cut diamond, weighing .53 carat. The scintillating stone is held aloft by six talon prongs seamlessly arising from the artfully hand engraved mounting. Crafted in sturdy 10K yellow gold. The diamo...(more)