This spendid and splashy original vintage engagement ring, dating from the early-twentieth century, sparkles front and center with a bright and shining European-cut diamond weighing two-and-a-half-carats. The scintillating stone resides in a a diamond-set gallery, secured by four trefoil prongs betw...(more)
This very lovely Victorian-era jewel centers on a diagonal arrangement of two old-mine cushion-cut diamonds embracing a bright lime-green tourmaline which we, at first, mistook for a demantoid garnet. The sparkling threesome glitters between flares of rose-cut diamonds set in 18K rosy-yellow gold. A...(more)
A bright and beautiful transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat, punches way above its weight from the center of a sparkling diamond halo, in this ultra-sparkling jewel crafted in platinum circa 1950. Slender rows of channel-set single-cut diamonds lend extra zing to the top of the size...(more)
From depression-era America comes this colorful, and opposite of depressing, vintage ring featuring a bright blue beveled rectangular-cut lapis set in a geometrically engraved mounting with small green and red enamel highlights adorning the top of the ring shank. 11/16 inch by 1/2 wide.
A gemmy velvety blue square-cut sapphire, of modest proportions, accompanied north and south by a sparkling round diamond, serves as the centerpiece of this classic Art Deco dinner ring, die-struck and hand tooled in bright 18K white gold - circa 1920s-30s - with lacy open work filigree. 7/8 inch; r...(more)
A bright white and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .68 carat, sparkles between geometric diamond-set shoulders in this classic Art Deco engagement ring, crisply crafted in gleaming 18K white gold - circa 1920s-30s. Ring size 4.
A gorgeously glistening European-cut diamond, weighing .85 carats, sparkles brilliantly from within this particularly pretty platinum engagement ring, die-struck and hand-finished with a charming diamond-set flower on each side. Circa 1920s. This petite ring size 3 1/2 can be resized up to a size 4 ...(more)
A trio of twinkling star-set old mine-cut diamonds glisten atop a rich 18K yellow gold band ring from Chester, England - circa 1902. Hallmarks abound inside the size 5 1/2 ring shank.
A gorgeous and glorious European-cut diamond, weighing 1.03 carats, shines solo from within a floating hexagonal setting in this stately and refined Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand detailed in bright and sturdy 14K white gold, appointed with timeless neoclassical design elements. The ...(more)
An icy-white European-cut diamond, weighing .41 carat, shines solo from this very distinctive, original Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 18K white gold - circa 1930. The striking design employs an artful fusion of foliate and geometric elements. Size 5 3/4.
A pair of watercolor blue shield-shape aquamarines glimmer back-to-back atop a gleaming 18K white gold mounting, thoroughly ornamented with crisp geometric filigree. Die-struck and hand tooled - circa 1920s-30s - in a ring size 5 1/2. 3/4 inch from tip-to-tip.
A tantalizing trio of European-cut diamonds, with the central role performed by a bright and shining .60 carat stone, is set in a traditional platinum mounting dating a few decades later than the 1920s-30s vintage diamonds. A timeless classic design in a finger size 4 3/4.