This dainty, Burmese jade ring, measuring 1/2 by 3/8 inch on top, is an early-20th century design classic. It is a perfect and timeless presentation for a fine and translucent apple-green jadeite, simply surrounded with a glittering halo of old Swiss-cut diamonds. The ring is hand-fabricated in 18k ...(more)
This distinctive dazzler was created in the 1950s as a dinner ring, but now serves just as effectively as an unconventional and artsy engagement ring. Everything about the ring has the design inspiration that we typically see in mid-century jewels. But upon closer inspection, we found the center dia...(more)
A rectangular blue-flash moonstone glistens and glows from within a crisply die-struck architectural mounting with the year '1941' displayed piecemeal on each corner in black enamel. A rare and unusual ring by Herff Jones Co. The top measure 1/2 by 3/8 inch; ring size 6 1/4+. This is from their webs...(more)
A sleek and chic original Art Deco engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, and featuring a bright and brilliant European-cut diamond weighing .60 carat. The beautiful stone centers a streamlined mounting, the shoulders shimmering with slender baguette diamonds punctuated with ...(more)
Few original Art Deco dinner rings from the Jazz Age were created in two-tone gold, and this sizable (1 1/16 inch long) and splashy sparkler is a stunner. The elongated oval centerpiece sparkles with a mirror-image design of bright-white diamonds arrayed in a geometric pattern accentuated with decor...(more)
From the roaring 1920s comes this refined and radiant engagement ring, artfully die-struck and hand finished in platinum with consummate, neoclassically derived design details. This exemplary ring sparkles loud and clear with a 1.14 carat European-cut diamond crowning the finely pierced, hand engrav...(more)
A deep golden faceted oval Citrine radiates from within a glistening halo of rose-cut diamonds in this bright and sunshiny cocktail ring, crafted in platinum over 18 karat gold, dating back to the early 1900s. A vintage classic. The top of the ring measures 11/16 inch by a tad over 1/2 inch wide.
The American jewelry firm of J.E. Caldwell is internationally recognized as producing some of the most finely crafted and collectable jewels of early-to-mid-twentieth century.
This 18k yellow gold ring, topped in platinum, was impeccably hand fabricated during the 1910s-20s and features three electr...(more)
A refreshing cool blue emerald-cut Aquamarine glistens between geometric arrays of straight baguette diamonds (plus one small round diamond) in this late-Art Deco bauble, crafted in platinum and dating from the middle of the last century. The aqua measures 7/16 by 5/16 inch with an estimated weight ...(more)
A sparkling white, transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .27 carat, is presented in classic Art Deco fashion in this exceptionally lovely engagement ring, artfully conceived and rendered in platinum - circa 1930s-40s. The central diamond is embellished all around with small gli...(more)
Die-struck and hand finished in gleaming 14K white gold, this stunning vintage engagement ring, dating back to the 1930s, artfully melds Art Deco with neo-classical design motifs for a stately and sophisticated effect. A bright icy-white, high-quality European-cut diamond, weighing a half-carat, pr...(more)
A traditional vintage engagement ring, crafted in platinum and featuring a bright and beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing 1.01 carats. The diamond sparkles between a pair of small transitional European-cut diamonds, all of which are presented in platinum. A timeless classic in a finger size 5.