A substantial and handsome gent's ring of 1930s vintage sparkles front and center with a bright European-cut diamond. Due to the artfully fashioned 8-star setting, the diamond presents considerably larger than its actual weight of 1.04 carats. The classic flush-set style mounting is crafted in 14K y...(more)
Add a little extra zest to your vintage engagement ring. A quintet of tiny sparkling single-cut diamonds are interspersed with glittering bright-cuts in this slender 1950s vintage wedding band; crafted in platinum in a ring size 7 1/4.
A 0.10 carat European-cut diamond glints from the center of this geometric jewel, crafted in 14K white gold and hand-engraved - circa 1920s. The top measures just over 5/8 inch by 7/16 inch. Ring size 5 1/4.
We don't come across very many vintage solitaire style engagement rings in two-tone gold, and this one featuring a bright white and shining .45 carat emerald-cut diamond is a beauty. The sparkling stone is presented in classic style between a pair of straight baguette diamonds with a small old mine-...(more)
Although this Art Deco, platinum ring was originally intended to be worn for special evening events in the Jazz Age, it will make a perfect engagement ring for the contemporary woman with a present day appreciation for fine Art Deco jewels. The ring features a bright-white and sparkling European-cut...(more)
Add an extra dash of sparkle to your vintage engagement ring with this very rare, original and highly coveted fitted Art Deco wedding band, crafted in platinum and glittering with tiny single-cut diamonds. An embossed herringbone pattern adorns the top half of the size 5 1/2 ring shank. Circa 1920-3...(more)
Win, place and show with this sparkling trifecta of old mine-cut diamonds, each of which is set in a platinum bezel, vertically arrayed atop a die-struck platinum mounting crisply detailed with classic Art Deco geometric filigree work. A dazzling and highly distinctive Jazz Age jewel - circa 1920s. ...(more)
A time-honored favorite, this classic platinum engagement ring, dating from the mid-twentieth century, features a bright and sparkling round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .55 carat. The beautiful stone is secured by four finely fashioned trefoil prongs and is accompanied east and west by pairs of ...(more)
This ring is an unusual, yet exquisite example of Art Deco artistry.
The ring itself is rendered as a stylized bouquet of spring flowers, including tulips and orange blossoms (a traditional symbol of love) leading to a milgrained lattice, crowned with a double-hexagonal frame encasing a scintillatin...(more)
A 1950s vintage band ring to wear alone or compliment your vintage engagement ring. A double-row of small single-cut diamonds glitter across the top of your finger, terminating in a striking arrowhead motif leading to a sleek knife-edged ring shank. Platinum, 3/16 inch wide, ring size 6.
This striking and sparkling Art Deco engagement ring is adorned with exceptionally rendered hand tooling and engraving. It features a dazzling European-cut diamond, weighing .40 carat, bead-set within a milgrained star and further framed within a white gold hexagon. The ring sits very close to the f...(more)
This mondo-groovy example of art jewelry from the 1960s is large, multi-dimensional and freeform in design. It is reminiscent of an amoeba with a 9.50 carat light pink Kunzite floating in the 14 karat gold endoplasm of this organic creation. The Kunzite is accented by six pink tourmalines (one for e...(more)