A sweet and lovely quasi-Victorian/Art Deco style dinner ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in two-tone (yellow and white) 14K gold, and glinting in the center at at the tips with tiny single-cut diamonds. Circa 1930s-40s, 3/4 inch, currently ring size 6.
1 and 1/2 inch long and lovely, this striking and distinctive 1930s-40s vintage dinner ring showcases a moss green jade handcarved in the form of a bird with fanciful flowing feathers. Simply presented in 14 karat yellow gold with a scrolled undergallery. Currently ring size 6.
The jade is accompani...(more)
From the first or second decade of the last century comes this classic Edwardian treasure, expertly handcrafted in platinum, featuring a rich royal-blue, faceted oval sapphire, weighing 3.80 carats, bearing a certificate from the Swiss Gemological Institute stating: No indications of heating. Origin...(more)
A large and lovely, natural, thick double cabochon jade, measuring an impressive 1 inch long by 11/16 inch wide is bezel-set in a handmade, two-tone (yellow and rose) gold mounting, circa 1930s-40s. The grassy green jade is highly translucent and mottled (or marbled) in variegated lighter green shad...(more)
Clean crisp geometry distinguishes this traditional and timeless engagement ring, hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1930s-40s, featuring a bright-white and brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing .40 carat. The central sparkler is accompanied left and right by a pair of small single-c...(more)
We commissioned one of our finest jewelers to hand-fabricate this classic solitaire mounting, in 18 karat rose gold, in timeless vintage style, in which to present a resplendent, 2.85 carat transitional European-cut diamond. The glorious diamond presents both whiter and of higher clarity than its ac...(more)
A bright and colorful trio of olivine-green mirror-cut tourmalines share the spotlight with four sparkling old mine-cut diamonds in this rare and unusual, classic Victorian 'carved' ring, hand-fabricated in rich 18 karat yellow gold sometime between 1890 and 1915. In a size 6 3/4.
This unusual vintage bauble glows front and center with a cool hazy blue, semi-translucent aquamarine cabochon. The 11.50 carat gemstone is presented in a hand-fabricated platinum mounting sparkling with diamond-set ribbons on each shoulder, leading to a split ring shank. A decorative wirewor...(more)
Delicate lattice filigree overlaid with traditional orange blossom and foliate motifs support a single hexagonal-set old mine-cut diamond, weighing .12 carats, in this sweet & lovely 1920s-30s vintage engagement ring, die-struck and hand-finished in 18 karat white gold. Size 4 3/4.
A bright apple-green jade saddle ring sleekly crafted in platinum with Chinese marks inside the ring shank. 3/4 inch across. Accompanied by a gemstone report by Stone Group Labs stating: "Natural. No indications of polymers or dyes. It is the opinion of this lab that the country of origin is Myanmar...(more)
Delicately die-struck and hand finished with fine scalloped lace-like filigree, this striking late-Art Deco ring (circa 1930s) features a round faceted aquamarine, mounted in a stylized 8-pointed star and imbued with exceptional light return and scintillation. The beautiful ring measures 7/16 inch i...(more)
A rich royal-blue, round faceted sapphire, weighing two-and-a-half carats, radiates between a pair of bright-white and sparkling trillion-cut diamonds (weighing .85 carats total) in this classic three-stone ring, hand-fabricated in platinum. A superb 'right-hand' or colorful alternative engagement r...(more)