A sweet honey-colored golden citrine glistens solo from within a fanciful filigree ring, die-struck and hand finished, circa 1930s, in rose gold overlaid with yellow gold ornamentation. Like sunshine on your finger. 5/8 inch, ring size 6.
This superlative mid-century sparkler, circa late-1940s, is crafted in two-tone, 14K & 18K gold and highlights a bright and lively transitional European-cut diamond weighing .57 carats. The beautiful diamond beams between a perpendicular arrangement of single-cut diamonds glittering from within ...(more)
From jolly olde England, a rather unusual and extremely lovely, three-opal and diamond ring crafted in rich 18K yellow gold. In addition to the three predominately white opals, the top of the ring displays two pairs of old mine-cut diamonds that separate the primary gemstones and the steeply angled ...(more)
An entrancing, original Asscher-cut diamond, weighing 2.00 carats, shimmers and shines, with minimal fuss, from within a platinum and diamond engagement ring, created at a later date in timeless and traditional style. The gorgeous diamond is accompanied by a Diamond Grading Report from the Gemologic...(more)
A beautiful and beautifully proportioned antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing 1.52 carats, shines big and bright from atop this exceptionally lovely, high-profile vintage engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in platinum - circa 1920s. The elegantly tapered shoulders of the ring each gliste...(more)
This original Victorian treasure stars an entrancing pinkish, red-hot raspberry sapphire (or ruby). The in-between color makes this colorful jewel a split decision that can go either way. The vibrant precious gemstone is aided and abetted on each side by a sparkling old mine-cut diamond, all of whic...(more)
Direct to you from the 1930s (with maybe a stop or two in between), a delightful Art Deco band ring, crafted in bright white gold and sparkling with an array of small single-cut diamonds each set in individual, multi-shape geometric settings. 1/4 inch wide, ring size 7.
A gorgeous, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 2.17 carats, gleams and glistens with only minimal help from tiny euro-cuts set along the top half of the ring shank in this understated, yet high-voltage, sparkler. The splendorous diamond is accompanied by an EGL - European Gemological Labora...(more)
A dynamic Art Deco dazzler. A stunning European-cut diamond, weighing 5.50 carats, with a faint, warm sunshiny tinge, is proudly presented in its original, beautifully hand engraved platinum mounting - circa 1920s-30s. The radiant center diamond is highlighted by small accent diamonds set around th...(more)
This wonderful, one-of-a-kind showstopper, artfully and asymmetrically fashioned in platinum in transitional Art Deco/Retro style, stars a fabulous and feminine pink sapphire weighing 1.87, but presenting, due to its 'spread' cutting, well over 2 carats. The enchanting gemstone is nestled inside a s...(more)
A bright-white, high-quality European-cut diamond, weighing .46 carat, sparkles mightily from atop this strikingly lovely and highly distinctive Art Deco engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum - circa 1930 - adorned with stylized buckle (or stirrup) motif sides and set with eight tiny round si...(more)
A pristine and precious 1930s vintage jewel, die-struck and hand finished in 18K white gold by Belais - the very first American jeweler to employ 18 karat white gold. A bright-white, high-quality European-cut diamond, weighing .31 carat, shines solo from atop the intricately ornamented mounting. Neo...(more)