The beauty of antique and vintage diamonds, compared to their modern counterparts, are the individual characteristics which distinguishes each and every stone. Rather than strictly adhering to cookie-cutter formulas, the diamond cutters of the past viewed each rough diamond as an ancient Greek or Ro...(more)
A perfectly matched pair of lustrous natural pearl and sparkling diamond rings snuggle-up as close as can be in this extra-sweet and lovely Victorian jewel, delicately crafted in rich 18K yellow gold. This light and lovely, nineteenth-century Victorian treasure is not recommended for rugged everyday...(more)
A tantalizing trio of European-cut diamonds glitter vertically down your finger in this dazzling and highly distinctive late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco original - circa 1915-1925. The elegantly elongated dinner ring is delicately executed in platinum over rosy yellow gold and is dotted all around with...(more)
A bright and shining European-cut diamond, weighing just 3 points shy of one carat, shoulders the lion's share of the sparkling in this sleekly modeled, traditional engagement ring, hand-fabricated in platinum during the 1930s-40s. The beautiful center stone radiates between streamlined and cinched ...(more)
Svelte, 2 inch-long drop earrings, newly made in classic Art Deco style, featuring a luscious lime-green pair of pear-shape peridots (that's 3 'pairs'!). The entrancing gemstones dance below slender and sparkling diamond-set tops which, in turn, swing from a pair of bezel-set round diamonds. Sexy! T...(more)
This classic, streamlined platinum and diamond engagement ring dates back to the 1940s-1950s. A gorgeous, bright European-cut diamond, weighing .55 carats, sparkles loud and proud from between a slender pair of shimmering tapered baguette diamonds. A tantalizing traditional treasure in finger size 4...(more)
18 bright-white and sparkling old mine cushion-cut diamonds, totaling 1.30 carats, join forces to create these classic Victorian-era (mid-to-latter-nineteenth century) ear drops - handcrafted in 18K yellow gold. 3/8+ inch diameter.
Luminous lunar rocks meet bright-blue Montana sapphires in these simple, yet striking, 3/4 of an inch long, mid-century vintage earrings in 14K yellow gold.
A bright-white and ultra-brilliant transitional European-cut diamond, weighing 1.27 carats, and bearing a GIA certificate stating: H color - VS1 clarity, shines mostly solo from within a very refined Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand-finished in bright-white gold - circa 1930. The essent...(more)
Few Edwardian-era jewels come finer or more beautifully ornamented than this dazzling dome-shape ring dating back to the first or second decades of the twentieth century. The ring is crowned by a sparkling bezel-set European-cut diamond, weighing .80 carats, and is adorned all around with delicately...(more)
Snowflakes and icicles in winter, or flowers and grape clusters in springtime, this lovely necklace for all seasons glistens all around with multi-shaped faceted garnets set in gilded metal. A classic Bohemian (middle or eastern European) necklace dating back to the early-twentieth century. 16 1/2 i...(more)
A bright, icy-white old mine-cut diamond, weighing just eight points shy of one carat and accompanied by a GIA certificate (F-SI2), is the crowning glory of this exceptional Edwardian engagement ring. The overwhelming majority of engagement rings of this style and vintage (1910s-20s) come in white g...(more)