A big, bright and happy apple green, high-domed double-cabochon jade, authenticated as natural color by the Gemological Institute of America, and of substantial proportions - 18.34 x 13.41 x 7.69 millimeters - is simply presented in a rose gold mounting, signed inside the ring shank 'Sang JJ Co'. Th...(more)
Few original Edwardian diamond solitaires come finer than this exquisite and elegantly understated sparkler featuring a gorgeous 1.16 carat European-cut diamond. The stunning stone shines solo from atop a delicately detailed platinum mounting thoroughly adorned with finely millegrained lacework and ...(more)
A highly unusual and striking depression-era (circa 1930s) jewel composed in three layers, from top down: a sparkling round diamond, a green chrysoprase disc and an octagonal quartz crystal with a distinctive Art Deco carving. All of these are comfortably nestled atop a fancy filigree mounting artfu...(more)
A coruscating quintet of bright-white round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling three-quarter carat, flash across your finger in this exceptional mid-twentieth century vintage wedding band, crisply and substantially crafted in two-tone 14K gold. Beautiful all alone or as an accompaniment to your diamon...(more)
A stunning and exquisitely detailed beauty - circa 1930 - featuring a bright sparkling white transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .80 carat. The gorgeous stone resides in a four-cornered setting atop an intricately filigreed platinum mounting enlivened on each shoulder with a pair of small r...(more)
An olivine green and burgundy red Alexandrite, weighing 1.02 carats, is presented in timeless Art Deco fashion, between geometric honeycomb-esque style shoulders in this recently made platinum and diamond mounting which also makes for an adventurous and exotic engagement ring. The enchanting gemston...(more)
A sparkling quartet of old mine-cut diamonds harmonize vertically atop a lacy and glittering background of platinum and white diamonds in this early-twentieth century Edwardian jewel. The thoroughly feminine and highly disticntive, if not unique, dinner, or right hand, ring curves snug across the fi...(more)
A bright and sunshiny 1.85 carat transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, virtually flawless and with just a faint tinge of color, sparkles solo from within an artfully fashioned platinum solitaire engagement ring adorned with an elegant French style gallery and decoratively embossed shoulders. Siz...(more)
A sun bright European-cut diamond, weighing 1.27 carats, beams brilliantly, night and day, between a matching pair of marquise diamonds in this subtle variation on a traditional engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum. An EGL diamond grading report states the color of the stone as J/K, whereas ...(more)
The crowning glory of this pristine Art Deco sparkler, dating from the 1920s-30s, is a bright sparkling white European-cut diamond, weighing .68 carat accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: G color - SI2; however, the overly harsh clarity grading is based on a colorless imperfection po...(more)
A sleekly tailored natural Burmese jade ring featuring a semi-translucent, rich apple-green jade saddle set, with maximum exposure, in a streamlined 18K yellow gold ring. A cool and sophisticated low-key look. Accompanied by a Stone Group Lab gemological report. Ring size 9.
A sweet and relatively petite depression-era dinner, or right hand, ring, die-struck and hand finished - circa 1930s - in 14K white gold. An intricate, delicately milgrained vertical filigree design distinguishes this lovely Art Deco jewel. 5/8 inch high, ring size 5 3/4+.