A bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing .63 carats sparkles from within in a four-cornered setting and floats in the center of a gracefully domed and lovingly adorned filigree mounting, die-struck and hand-finished in bright 18 karat white gold - circa 1920s. ** The EGL certificate that accomp...(more)
Bright-white diamond polka dots sparkle all around this platinum wedding band by Tiffany & Co. Size 6.
This darling and dazzling Edwardian/early-Art Deco solitaire-style engagement ring, crafted in platinum and dating from the early- twentieth century, proudly presents a gorgeous, bright-white, high-clarity European-cut diamond weighing .67 carats. The beautiful diamond is displayed in a delicately a...(more)
A luscious, richly saturated, deep-green emerald, weighing 1.25 carat, is intriguingly cut with an oval outline and an octagonal step-cut faceting. This gorgeous bezel-set gemstone is set in platinum in the center of a radiating diamond-set frame, enhanced with decorative openwork and finely milgrai...(more)
A gorgeous, bright, crystalline-green, high-domed (or sugarloaf) cabochon emerald, weighing about 5.00 carats, glistens and glows atop an elegantly handcrafted platinum and diamond solitaire-style mounting, dating from the heyday of Art Deco splendor - circa 1930. Each shoulder of the ring sparkles ...(more)
A dramatic Art Deco dinner ring rendered in classic Art Deco colors - glorious black & white. A tonneau-shaped black onyx is pierced dead-center with a sparkling European-cut diamond and is bookended, north and south, with slightly curved rows of single-cut diamonds which are mimicked on ...(more)
This early-Art Deco dazzler with vestiges of Edwardian design influence showcases a bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing three points shy of three-quarter carat. An openwork diamond-set foliate motif radiates outward from the center of the gracefully domed platinum mounting. The...(more)
Just two tiny points shy of one carat, this bright-white and beautiful transitional European-cut diamond - bearing a GIA certificate stating H color - SI1 clarity - sparkles mightily in this low-profile, traditionally styled engagement ring, crafted in platinum, circa
late 1930s-1940s. A pair of tw...(more)
Sometimes we say that our photographs don't do justice, but in this case, under the direct spotlights, the star sapphire appears much bluer than in person - under normal lighting it actually displays more of a gray-lavender-blue hue. Nevertheless, this original Art Deco ring, crafted in platinum cir...(more)
A faded denim-blue star sapphire, weighing 7.00 carats and displaying distinct asterism (all six rays), is bezel-set above a textured gold mounting further enlivened with a star-set round brilliant-cut diamond on each shoulder. Circa 1950s.
This bright and cheerful sparkler, circa 1950s, flashes across your finger with three bright rows of diamonds. The raised center row is comprised of seven bright-white full-cut diamonds set shoulder-to-shoulder. The outer rows are fancifully fashioned with diagonally-set marquise diamonds punctuated...(more)
A gorgeous and glistening European-cut diamond, weighing 1.51 carats, is held aloft by sleekly styled calibre sapphire and diamond shoulders which seamlessly rise to become the prongs. Two other diamond-set prongs emerge from the diamond-set gallery in this true Art Deco jewel, beautifully imbued wi...(more)