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)
A stunning 18k yellow gold newly made Victorian style diamond and emerald ring sparkling with a .82 carat cushion-cut diamond in the center, flanked by vibrant green emerald-cut emeralds and fully wrapped with round brilliant-cut diamonds. In a finger size 6 3/4.
A simply stunning dinner ring from late-19th-century France.
Three Victorian floral motifs with round and oval-shaped petals are composed of gemmy, red, old-mine Burma rubies surrounding old European-cut diamond centers. The blossoms are outlined by an undulating line of small antique cushion-cut di...(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.
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 classic Victorian 'carved' ring hand fabricated in rich 18 karat gold, most likely in the British Isles - circa 1890. A central one carat cushion-cut sapphire, with a rich royal-blue hue, is guarded left and right with a bright-white and sparkling antique cushion-cut diamond.
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