This bright-white and beautiful 1.14 carat European-cut diamond appears to be significantly larger (at least one-and-a-half carats) in this strikingly stunning original Art Deco engagement ring - circa 1925-1930. The high-quality center diamond has a slightly 'spready' cut which adds extra dimension...(more)
This is a gorgeous, all-original ring from the early Art Deco period. A 1.00 carat European-cut diamond is set in an octagonal bead setting and wrapped with both calibre sapphire and European-cut accent diamonds amidst the scrolled piercework. An orange blossom motif decorates the shoulders. Divine....(more)
Quintessential Art Deco geometry distinguishes this crisply designed and rendered 1930s vintage solitaire engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold. A super-scintillating transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .70 carat, radiates from within a beve...(more)
This beautiful bijou, from the last quarter of the last century, displays both Art Deco and Retro design inspiration. The geometric dome-style ring is crafted in 18 karat gold and centers on row of vertically channel-set baguette diamonds, flanked on each side by a tapering row of the same. For a ni...(more)
18K Yellow gold gents ring featuring a beautiful oval star sapphire cabochon weighing 14.65 carats and highlighted by a baguette-cut diamond (.40 carat total weight, F-G color, VS clarity) on either side. In a size 9 3/4.
A glowing, multi-chromatic round dome fills a sparkling diamond frame in this thoroughly lovely and enchanting Victorian jewel. The cabochon opal displays a full palette of shimmering pastel colors, including bright flashes of red and orange. The deeply cut old mine diamonds together weigh one carat...(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)
We hate to part with this amazingly gorgeous, original Art Deco ruby and diamond ring - (but that's what we do for a living). A luscious, electric candy apple-red, square emerald-cut ruby, accompanied by an GIA certificate stating: no-heat - Burma origin, radiates from within a superb and stunning p...(more)
From early twentieth-century France comes this classic halo ring featuring a gorgeous, natural, no-heat sapphire, weighing 3.51 carats. The faceted, velvety royal-blue gemstone radiates from within a sparkling halo of bright, high-color old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 2.00 carats.
A truly timeless c...(more)
A richly saturated Burmese Ruby, weighing 3.37 carats and designated natural - no heat by the American Gemological Laboratory (AGL), speaks for itself in this classic ring crafted in weighty, rarely seen, 21 karat (900) yellow gold finished with a soft satin texture. This also works as a bold...(more)
Fit for a queen - an elaborately ornamented vintage dinner ring, crafted in two-tone 18 karat gold and emblazoned with a crown and sword (or scepter), a golden wreath, a couple gavels on the sides and a handful of glittering diamonds. The symbols all point to the origin of this ring being for the Or...(more)
Lapis lazuli doesn't come any richer or brighter blue than this domed rectangular cabochon set in yellow gold filigree in this 1930s vintage Art Deco ring. The top of the ring measures 1/2 by 3/8 inch. Size 6 1/4.