Twinkle twinkle little stars. A bright-white and sparkling trio of old mine-cut diamonds are 'star-set' atop a gleaming 18K yellow gold band. Circa 1880 (Victorian), most likely English, currently ring size 8.
A scintillating septet of bright and beautiful Old Mine-cut diamond sparklers, totaling .85 carat, are arrayed vertically and horizontally in this very lovely, 5/8 inch long Victorian dinner ring - circa 1890. Hand engraved inside ring shank C.B.O. to F.M.W. Currently ring size 6+.
This streamlined, subtle variation on a traditional engagement ring, dating from the late-1930s-1940s, flashes day and night with a beautiful, bright-white transitional round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing .57 carat. The stone is securely presented in four trefoil prongs between sleek diamond-set a...(more)
This classic English Victorian necklace, circa 1890, culminates in a removable snowflake pendant/brooch, sparkling in the center with a cluster of 9 bright-white Old Mine-cut diamonds, totaling 1.30 carats. The pearl necklace, which looks just as lovely, if considerably less flashy alone, is designe...(more)
Formerly one of a pair of double clip brooches (they were all the rage in the 1930s), this architecturally inspired Art Deco masterpiece, reminiscent of the top of the Chrysler building, has been reincarnated as a gorgeous necklace pendant. The dynamic geometric design is composed of a varied array...(more)
Just shy of 1 inch long, here is a charming navette (or marquise) shape dinner ring, circa 1930s. The ring shimmers with a carved rock quartz crystal, pierced in the center with a tiny twinkling single-cut diamond, set inside and atop a scalloped gold frame. Currently ring size 7.
A profile of a classical beauty is hand carved into the pretty pink 2.25 carat topaz intaglio, accentuated with a dramatic black enamel bezel surround. On the flip side, our lady is safely protected under her cabochon dome. The hallmarks suggest Vatican City (just a stone's throw from Roma, Italy wh...(more)
This modestly proportioned yet thoroughly engaging, Art Deco engagement ring, dating from the 1930s, is die-struck and hand tooled in gleaming platinum. The quarter-carat center diamond scintillates from within a gracefully domed squared setting adorned with four additional single-cut twinklers. The...(more)
A bright and beautiful transitional-cut diamond, weighing .14 carat, sparkles at the center of this traditionally styled, 14K white gold ring, rendered in consummate Art Deco style, featuring the architectural diamond-set steps exemplary of the period. Currently ring size 6 1/4.
This dynamic late-Art Deco dazzler, hand fabricated in platinum, circa 1930s, flashes front and center with an ultra-sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing 1.36 carats. The gorgeous center stone is embellished on each side with a row of vertically-set baguette diamonds, and all around with glitter...(more)
A bright white and shining pair of Old Mine cushion-cut diamonds, weighing 1.10 carats, dance and dazzle below classic Victorian surmounts, hand crafted in ravishing rosy-yellow gold, accented with a dash of black enamel. Circa 1890-1900. 7/8 inch.
A sizable (7/8 by 5/8 inch) pair of bright, light, natural apple green jades are simply presented in 14K rosy-yellow bezels in these fun and festive ear clips dating back to the mid-twentieth century. Accompanied by a Stone Group Lab gemstone identification report stating: Natural. No indication so ...(more)