A deep purple, asymmetrical, cabochon Amethyst, with a faceted pavilion, is flush set into a similarly sculpted, geometric, sharply beveled setting in 18 karat yellow gold with 1/3 carat of sparkling, round brilliant diamonds. Stamped 'Z/S' - A work of art by the estimable firm 'Zimmelman & Sons'
Xmas, 1926: this delightful small scale dinner ring was sitting under a lucky recipient's Christmas tree or inside a stocking, and now it belongs on your/her finger. A vibrant, velvety square sapphire radiates from the center of the vertically designed jewel, handcrafted in platinum with one-third-o...(more)
A bright and shining round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .67 carat, is the crowning glory of this high-profile solitaire engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in two-tone gold - circa 1920s-30s - ornamented with neoclassical design details; however, the brilliant diamond was cut around 20...(more)
A superlative original Art Deco jewel - circa 1920s - brought to you in glorious black & white by the early-twentieth century Oakland, California jeweler - H. Morton & Co. A bright and sizzling European-cut diamond, weighing one carat, is dramatically presented in a black onyx frame and hel...(more)
This relatively petite cluster or flower ring works beautifully as a somewhat unconventional engagement ring. Nine bright-white sparklers, set in platinum, join forces to create this darling mid-twentieth century dazzler in a ring size 6. The top measures 7/16 inch wide.
An antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing five points shy of one carat and dating back to the first or second decade of the last century, found an updated home in this tried and true and traditional platinum and engagement ring with a pair of tapered baguettes shimmering on each shoulder. The beautif...(more)
A subtle but effective twist on a traditional engagement ring - circa 1930s. A bright-white and lustrous European-cut diamond, weighing .36 carat, is presented in a soft-cornered platinum setting between glittering diamond-set navette shape shoulders leading to a size 6 3/4+ ring shank topped with c...(more)
A darling, dazzling and distinctive original Victorian three-stone ring, hand fabricated in richly textured 18K yellow gold and featuring a talented trio of bright and beautiful old mine-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.10 carat, singing shoulder-to-shoulder in perfect harmony. A timeless antique c...(more)
A splendid and sparkling white European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of three-quarter-carat, is elegantly presented in platinum and in refined Edwardian style in this dainty, yet dynamic, dazzler. Teeny-tiny round diamonds surround the sides of the GIA reported (H-SI1) center stone and enliven the...(more)
A bright and shining round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just over a half-carat, appears considerably larger in this high-profile hexagonal setting, rendered in 14K white gold and beaming above a contrasting yellow gold gallery and ring shank in this consummate, 1930s vintage, Art Deco solitaire e...(more)
A gorgeous and superb Art Deco gemstone ring by the esteemed New York and Chicago jewelers' Dreicer & Co. This 1920s treasure centers on a bright and glowing translucent green cabochon emerald, weighing 1.50 carats, accompanied north and south by two bright-white European-cut diamonds, weighing ...(more)
Recently crafted in timeless early-twentieth century style, this bright and cheerful engagement ring stars a beautiful and brilliant transitional modern-cut diamond, weighing just five points shy of one carat. The sunshiny stone is encircled by a narrow frame of glistening green calibre emeralds out...(more)