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)
A classic Victorian diamond ring presenting a bright and lively old mine-cut diamond, weighing 1.20 carats. The center stone beams from within a white gold bezel atop an otherwise all yellow gold ring, which adds a little extra pop and dimension to the stone, and inside a glittering halo of small o...(more)
This rare, radiant and ravishing antique engagement ring, featuring a beautiful old mine cushion-cut diamond, weighing just a smidgin shy of one carat, dates back to the late-1800s. The diamond is presented in high-profile above and between glistening rows of rose-cut diamonds set along the upper ri...(more)
A classic, illusion-style diamond engagement ring from the Mid-Century. The center .12 carat round brilliant-cut diamond is set with four prongs in an illusion-style head with two small accent diamonds twinkling on either side. A vintage charmer.
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 elegant and slender navette-shaped antique Victorian ring crafted in 14K yellow gold is set with five bright and lively sapphires down the center and wrapped with a border of old mine-cut diamonds set in antique buttercup settings. The slim navette shape was quite popular in the Victorian era.