This enchanting late Edwardian/early Art Deco dinner ring is exceptionally designed and rendered in platinum with lacy pierced details generously studded with sparkling diamonds. The central round faceted zircon weighs in at 3.00 carats and radiates with an electric turquoise blue hue from within a ...(more)
The diamond in this mid-century yellow gold engagement ring can only be described as sensational! The beautifully proportioned stone, G color and VS1 clarity, weighs just shy of three quarters of a carat and is ablaze from every angle. The two-tone gold architectural mounting is a quintessential ex...(more)
This original Art Deco (circa 1920s-30s) jewel centers on a softly hued cushion-cut aquamarine set within a surround of platinum topped 18k yellow gold. A lovely example of the combination of geometric, curvilinear and floral motifs used during the Art Deco period. The pretty pastel gemstone is acc...(more)
A bright and lively European-cut diamond, weighing .43 carat, sparkles atop a distinctive high profile mounting adorned with consummate architectural Art Deco pierce work in a stylized fleur-de-lys design centered within a liquid, free flowing gallery. This sleek looking silhouette is die struck in ...(more)
This simply sparkling mid-century wedding band was created in a time-honored, wearable design. It radiates white light across the finger with seven single-cut diamonds. Wear it alone or with your engagement ring. The band is sleekly crafted in 14k white gold and is currently ring size 5 ¼.
This 1 inch long and lovely Jazz Age jewel, circa 1920s-30s, presents a deep royal purple, elongated cabochon oval amethyst. The enchanting gemstone is framed in platinum in consummate Art Deco style with small twinkling diamonds punctuated top and bottom by calibre rubies, and on the sides with bla...(more)
This classic Victorian style rose gold diamond solitaire harkens back to the late-1800s and features a beautiful and brilliant European-cut diamond weighing just shy of a half-a-carat. A timeless and traditional treasure, currently ring size 7 1/2.
Iridescent flashes of cobalt blue, orangy-yellow, lavender and green glow from within and without this elongated oval black opal in this singular and sensational dinner ring, crafted in platinum and sparkling single-cut diamonds, circa mid-twentieth century. Entrancing. 13/16 inch long, currently ri...(more)
Evoking the lightness and symmetry of fine antique Damask lace this Edwardian style ring measures 7/8 inch long dinner and showcases a half dozen scintillating mine-cut diamonds, totaling just shy of three-quarter carat. The bright-white stones are bezel-set with millegrain tooling seamlessly integr...(more)
A darling and demure vintage engagement ring, dating from the early 40s, styled and crafted with inspiration of both Art Deco architecture and Victorian sentimentality. Die-struck and hand finished in two-tone 14K gold, the ring is centered with a modestly sized yet sparkling single-cut diamond. Cur...(more)
A gorgeous early-20th century European-cut diamond, weighing 3.01 carats, sparkles front and center in this consummate mid-century engagement ring. The scintillating center stone, classically presented in platinum between a pair of straight baguette diamonds, boasts exceptional proportions resulting...(more)
A rare, yet timeless and sophisticated classic from the mid-century San Francisco jewelry designers and makers - Lorentz and Benoit. This sleek engagement ring features an icy-white, half-carat transitional-cut diamond, accented with dramatic long and narrow baguettes surrounded with single-cut spar...(more)