A scintillating trio of sparkling white European-cut diamonds, totaling 1.90 carats (the center alone weighing 1.14), emit an intense triple sparkle from within a gorgeous, hand made, thoroughly engraved platinum mounting - circa 1925. Three tiny round diamonds further enliven the shoulders of this ...(more)
An outstanding, original, late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco diamond ring displaying exceptional impact. Filigree work, hand engraving and meticulous milgraining makes this jewel is an extraordinary example of early-20th century platinum artistry. The beautiful ring features a central antique cushion-cut...(more)
A faded denim-blue cabochon sapphire, with a shimmering star (a.k.a. asterism), weighing 12 carats, resides in a beautifully sculpted, low-profile mounting, designed and rendered in 10K white gold and silver (quite unusual) by the estimable Philadelphia jeweler - J.E. Caldwell. The mounting is artfu...(more)
An icy white European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of one carat (.95) and bearing a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: F color - SI2 clarity (the stone is eye-clean with no black inclusions), sparkles loud and proud from within this elegantly understated engagement ring dating from the first or s...(more)
A sweet little (3/8 inch diameter) flower, plucked from an English garden during the first or second decade of the last century, centers on a faceted round blue sapphire encircled by sparkling diamond petals. Crafted in platinum over 18K yellow gold, stamped inside the size 6 1/4 ring shank with Bri...(more)
These are impossible to find! An original Art Deco eternity wedding band, crafted in platinum and sparkling all around with 38 French-cut diamonds, totaling one carat. One side is engraved: 'June 27 1939', the other side reads: 'J.H.D. - J.C.'; they can come off, but why? An unsizable 6 3/4.
Original Art Deco (circa 1930) engagement rings crafted in two-tone gold are rare birds and this one is a beauty. Crisply die-struck and hand finished in 18K yellow and 14K white gold by the Charles Barnet Company of New York, this superb and stunning jewel centers on a bright-white, high-quality ol...(more)
A beautiful bargain in an original platinum and diamond late-Art Deco engagement ring from the 1940s-50s. The bright white center stone, weighing .30 carat, is somewhat included (giving it an I1 clarity) but that doesn't hinder its lovely sparkle. The diamond is embellished all around with glitteri...(more)
A stunning European-cut diamond, weighing 1.14 carat, is framed by almost half-a-carat of companion diamonds in this striking, original platinum Jazz Age jewel. Diamond tulips hold the squared halo aloft in this size 5 1/2 ring. Circa 1920s, this is a lovely engagement or right-hand ring.
Sparkling rays of sunlight shine from this warmly tinged 1.43 carat old European-cut diamond, accompanied with a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating W-X color - VS2 clarity. Set in an original Art Deco, hand-engraved platinum mounting, a wreath of diamonds embraces the heart-warming diamond. Set low ...(more)
A petite, yet gemmy, bright green emerald is the central attraction in this exquisitely designed and executed, original early-Art Deco dinner, or right hand, ring. This extra-lovely almost antique jewel was finely hand crafted in platinum, circa 1920s, and displays an artful combination of Edwardian...(more)
Art Deco era jewelry that foreshadows the Retro era to come always makes a bold statement, and this fabulous wrap around style ring is no exception. The top is a concave field of sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds enveloping an electric green bullet-shaped emerald cabochon. Trailing the emerald ...(more)