This traditional engagement ring, subtly imbued with Art Deco flair, highlights a bright-white and brilliant European-cut diamond, weighing .60 carats. The scintillating stone is accompanied east and west with small diamond sidekicks leading to double epaulet shoulders.
Sleekly crafted in platinum, ...(more)
A bright white and blazing European-cut diamond, weighing .82 carat, is presented in sleek and streamlined Art Deco style in this stunning and sophisticated sparkler. The diamond dates back to the 1920s, the mounting is newly recreated in platinum with a slender pair of diamonds baguettes and four s...(more)
A gorgeous, high-color European-cut diamond, weighing .65 carat, sparkles loud and proud from atop a triple-tiered mounting, artfully designed and rendered in platinum and glittering on all sides with small round diamonds. Delicate milgraining and a sleek knife-edge ring shank (currently size 4 3/4)...(more)
A diamond crowned, diamond-eyed serpent, hand fabricated in bright 14K yellow gold, is ready to coil around your finger. An enduring symbol of creative life force. Circa 1890-1900. Ring size 5 1/2.
This dramatic Jazz Age jewel sparkles front and center with a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .68 carats, but which presents considerably larger due to its bezel setting and all around frame of jet black, faceted, calibre onyx. The outer bezel and open work under gallery are craf...(more)
This mid-20th century sparkler works wonderfully as either a wedding band or a just-for-fun ring. A horizontal stripe of shimmering baguette diamonds, set end-to-end, is bordered on each side by a glittering row of single-cut diamonds to produce an impressive flash of brilliance. Just shy of 3/8 inc...(more)
An mesmerizing melange of polychromatic pastel hues swim inside this enchanting 6.00 carat white opal, orbited by 23 sparkling, collet-set European-cut diamonds. Hand fabricated in platinum with an open navette motif under gallery and tiny twinklers enlivening the pinched upper ring shank. The top m...(more)
Just shy of a half-carat, a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond sparkles mightily between stylized buckle shape shoulders in this endearing solitaire engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold, circa 1920s-30s. The enduring buckle motif is said to originate from t...(more)
A truly superb, high-quality, original diamond ring dating from the early 20th century displaying design elements from both the Art Deco and the slightly earlier Edwardian period. The bright white and sparkling 1.01 ct. G-VS2 European-cut diamond - accompanied with a report from GIA - is sitting pre...(more)
Lucky seven bright white single-cut diamonds, sparkling from within classic fishtail settings, make a lovely addition to virtually any vintage engagement ring. Or, let it flash across your finger solo. The top is white gold, the currently size 5 3/4 ring shank is in contrasting yellow.
The Belais Brothers from NYC are renowned as being amongst the first jewelers in the U.S. to craft jewelry in 18 karat white gold. Their pieces were in high demand, and many people at the time referred to 18 karat white gold as "belais gold". This beautiful example from the 1920s features a blazing,...(more)
Die-struck and meticulously hand detailed in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, this stately and sophisticated Art Deco sparkler shines loud and proud with a European-cut diamond, weighing .63 carat, nestled within an octagonal setting. The elaborately ornamented mounting is suffused with classical acanthus...(more)