This romantic and ravishing heart shaped ruby and diamond ring, dating from the turn-of-the-last-century, is tightly paved with fine, bright-white, high-domed rose-cut diamonds of a quality we rarely see. The gently puffed heart is crafted in platinum over gold and is centered with a gorgeous rich ...(more)
A rich luscious green and crystalline old mine square emerald-cut emerald, weighing 1.35 carats, shines shoulder-to-shoulder with a pair of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds, weighing .35 carat each (.70 carats total), in this truly superb and stunning late-nineteenth/early-twentieth century three-sto...(more)
A darling and dynamic Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold. The distinctive geometric design culminates in a bright-white and sparkling transitional European/transitional round brilliant-cut diamond weighing .17 carat, but which presents larger du...(more)
A subtle variation on a classic theme. This traditional platinum and diamond engagement ring - circa 1940s-50s - shines loud and proud with an ultra-sparkling transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.02 carats. The gorgeous stone is accompanied on each side by a diamond-set teardrop glis...(more)
This dynamic and highly distinctive Art Deco dazzler, crisply crafted in platinum - circa 1920s-30s - may have originally been considered a dinner or right hand ring, however, today it works perfectly as a somewhat non-conformist engagement ring. The low-profile, finger-hugging design (low profile i...(more)
This streamlined platinum and diamond wedding set, circa 1940s-50s, highlights a sparkling white European-cut diamond weighing just two points shy of three-quarter carat. The sizzling stone is presented between slender diamond-set, finely milgrained shoulders which are perfectly mirrored by the matc...(more)
A bright icy-white modern round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .65 carat, sparkles splendidly from within a vintage solitaire mounting die-struck and hand finished in two-tone gold by Tessler & Weiss, New Jersey, still in business since 1936! Ring size 8.
A cool glacial blue emerald-cut aquamarine, weighing 23.50 carats, glistens solo from within a hand fabricated, gleaming white gold mounting in this bright and beautiful just-for-fun-ring, dating from the mid-twentieth century.
The aqua measures 3/4 by 5/8 inch. Ring size 7 1/4.
Diamond studded platinum steps lead to a bright-white ultra-sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing three-quarters-of-a-carat, in this architecturally inspired, consummate Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-struck, hand pierced and finished in platinum with an artfully adorned side gallery. Circ...(more)
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 one-third carat of sparkling, round brilliant diamonds. Stamped 'Z/S' - a work of art by the estimable firm 'Zimmelman &a...(more)
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)