A contemporary (late-20th century) ring, crafted in rich 18K yellow gold, highlighting a vibrant yellow, cushion-cut sapphire, weighing 1.50 carats. The sunshiny gemstone is flanked by three round-cut diamonds on each side and is bordered by two glistening rows of baguette-cut diamonds, bringing th...(more)
An outstanding high-Art Deco dress watch, circa 1925, in superb condition, by the highly regarded Swiss watchmaker of yesteryear, M & W Ullmann. Six bright white square-cut diamonds, weighing aproximately 1.50 carats, are incorporated between graceful platinum and diamond pierced work in a delig...(more)
A crisp-blue 4.50 carat aquamarine rests in an exquisitely made die-struck mounting. Made in 18 karat white gold, this ring is an Art Deco delight with the delicacy of hand-pierced flowers held by the framework of the mounting. Lovely. In a ring size 5 1/2.
From the early 20th century, blue sapphires, old European-cut diamonds and natural seed pearls harmonize in a row of delicate flowers. Made in platinum over 18 karat gold, this hinged bangle adds a bit of brightness to any day. American-made by The Hagerstom Co. in Newark, NJ.
A vibrant, velvety blue, cushion-cut sapphire, weighing .84 carat, is featured in this 1950s vintage engagement ring, crafted in two-tone 14 karat gold. The luscious blue gemstone is set with claw prongs and highlighted by three small accent diamonds glinting on each side. Currently a finger size 8....(more)
A scintillating trio of bright-white, crystal-clear, emerald-cut diamonds radiate side-by-side atop this clean and classic three-stone ring. Handcrafted in platinum, 2.22 carats total of sleekly proportioned diamonds shine loud and proud, boasting I color and VVS2-VS1 clarity. Currently in a size 5 ...(more)
A bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing .43 carat, is the sparkling centerpiece of this original Art Deco beauty - circa 1920s-30s. The F color/VS1 diamond is surrounded by a fifth-of-a-carat of near-colorless single-cut diamonds, all set in a crisply die-struck, hand-pierced 18 karat white go...(more)
A bright white, high-quality, transitional-cut diamond, weighing one-third carat, shines mightily from this sleekly tailored 1930s-1940s vintage engagement ring. Crafted in platinum with restraint and elegance foremost in mind, the mounting is minimally embellished on each shoulder with a small .05...(more)
From early-20th century Great Britain comes this enchanting ultra-sparkler featuring a central old mine-cut marquise diamond, weighing .65 carat, accompanied east and west by a matched pair of European-cut diamonds - bringing the total diamond weight to just over 1 carat. The high-color/high-qualit...(more)
An utterly charming jewel from the turn-of-the-last century (circa 1900), this exquisite antique bracelet is masterfully hand-crafted of tiny rose-cut diamonds, glowing calibre emeralds and shimmering natural pearls set in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold. A delicate, refined Edwardian-era treasur...(more)
This original Art Deco line bracelet, finely crafted in platinum circa 1920s, sparkles day and night with thirty-six high-quality European-cut diamonds - weighing a total of 6.00 carats. Both the platinum box settings and gallery are accentuated with expertly applied milgraining and the hinges are c...(more)
A truly sensational antique ring from the mid-19th century. A light, almost moonstone blue sapphire has been carved into a classic female profile. The frame is a delightful combination of emeralds and red, white and green enamel. The cameo and frame more than likely once served as a pin or pendant a...(more)