This singularly stunning vintage engagement ring, crafted in 14 karat yellow gold and platinum, features a beautiful, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 1.13 carats. Although designed and rendered in characteristic late-19th century Victorian style, we believe that this ring was made someti...(more)
Rare and wonderful, this Victorian-era rose-cut diamond solitaire hails from 19th-century Netherlands. The .35 carat rose-cut diamond catches the light from every angle and is set in silver atop a tailored yet feminine design, crafted in lustrous rose gold. Hallmarked and in excellent condition.
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)
This classic 'carved' ring, by way of late-nineteenth century Great Britain, centers on one of the most majestic gemstones you'll ever behold. Although of modest proportions, this three-quarter carat ruby/pink sapphire radiates with a gorgeous, deeply saturated, electric pinkish-red color (no doubt ...(more)
This exceptional, original sapphire and diamond three-stone ring, dating from the late-19th century, showcases a vibrant light-medium blue sapphire weighing 5.38 carats displaying distinct violet overtones. The enchanting gemstone is safely nestled in numerous coronet settings and is accompanied on ...(more)
This dramatic, large scale ring was created during the mid-20th century in emulation of mid-to-late 19th century Victoriana. The ring features a 5.50 carat pale yellow sapphire encircled by lustrous rose-white pearls. The ring's curvaceous outline is reminiscent of flower petals and, like the rest o...(more)
A rare and gorgeous Montana cabochon-cut sapphire, measuring 5.00 carats, is displayed in this dramatic antique Victorian mourning ring, crafted in 18K yellow gold and finished with a rich black enameled lattice design. The inscription inside reads Emma Mathilda Halford died 9th April 1860. Due to t...(more)
An slender and strikingly beautiful navette-shaped nineteenth century dinner ring glistening with five bright and lively royal blue sapphires, totaling 1.75 carats, streaming down the center, enwrapped with one carat of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds. The slim navette shape was quite popular in the...(more)