Just shy of 1 inch long, here is a charming navette (or marquise) shape dinner ring, circa 1930s. The ring shimmers with a carved rock quartz crystal, pierced in the center with a tiny twinkling single-cut diamond, set inside and atop a scalloped gold frame. Currently ring size 7.
Something different and quite distinctive in an original late-Art Deco diamond ring - circa 1930s. The moderne, geometrically conceived jewel is crafted in gleaming 18K white gold and features a central, geodesic, rose-cut diamond embellished all around with arched rows of small rose-cut diam...(more)
A resplendent, bright white, transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.27 carats and accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: I color - VS1 clarity, scintillates front and center in this tailored and traditional, late-Art Deco engagement ring. The center diamond is se...(more)
A bright luscious green emerald-cut emerald, weighing about 1.25 carats, glistens and glows inside a sparkling white frame of transitional round brilliant-cut diamonds in this traditional and timeless jewel, hand crafted in platinum, circa mid-20th century. The under-galley is finished with an open ...(more)
From Edwardian England, Chester, 1901 to be exact (the hallmarks tell us so), comes this pristine and precious ruby and and diamond flower ring, crafted in rich 18K yellow gold and platinum. Seven petals sparkle with bright-white, old Swiss-cut diamonds encircling a rich red faceted oval ruby. Delig...(more)
A classic Victorian design is perfectly emulated in this three-stone opal and diamond ring, recently crafted in England in rich 18K yellow gold. The enchanting trio displays a wide ranging palette of electric pastel colors with emphasis on green, blue and pink, further enlivened by two pairs of bri...(more)
A superb and 'striking' snake ring, dating from the late-1800s, to coil around your finger. The Victorian era ring is crafted in gleaming yellow gold and crowned with a pair of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds totaling .40 carat. 7/16 inch at its widest point; ring size 8 1/2.
A subtle yet effective variation on a traditional engagement ring, this mid-century sparkler features a bright-white and brilliant transitional-cut diamond, weighing .35 carat. The beautiful diamond is flanked left and right by a gleaming straight baguette diamond set in a classic 'fishtail' setting...(more)
A big, bright and beautiful, high-voltage sparkler, weighing 3.10 carats, graded L color - VS1 clarity by our in house gemological laboratory, is the crowning glory of this rare, original Art Deco engagement ring. The resplendent, transitional European/round brilliant-cut stone radiates from atop a ...(more)
This splendid, architecturally inspired, Art Deco engagement ring features a bright and lively transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just two points shy of one carat. The scintillating stone crowns a classic ziggurat style mounting, crisply hand crafted in platinum and sparklin...(more)
Diamonds do not come any whiter than this .78 carat high-voltage sparkler, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: D color - VS1 clarity. The European-cut center stone centers a sleekly designed and rendered Art Deco mounting, hand fabricated in platinum - circa 1920s-30s - with shield ...(more)
A bright, sparkling white, round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.45 carats, is the crowning glory of this sensational, mid-twentieth century cocktail ring, artfully crafted in platinum. The elaborate geometric design is a highly stylized variation on the classic Art Deco zigurat motif, and is comp...(more)