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A dynamic Art Deco dazzler, dating back to the 1930s, featuring a bright and splashy European-cut diamond, weighing 1.18 carats, radiating amidst a geometric array of tiny single-cut diamonds sparkling in every direction. Chenier tubes, architectural open work and hand engraving adorn the si...(more)
Simply put - the finest of its kind. A perfect, and perfectly unique and stunning, vintage diamond dating from the early-twentieth century. A 'D' color - 'Internally Flawless' early square emerald-cut Golconda Diamond, weighing 2.84 carats.
According to The Gemological Institute of A...(more
This classic Victorian jewel, dating back to the late-nineteenth century, features an exceptionally bright, rich red Burmese ruby. The entrancing and 'gemmy' gemstone radiates from the center of a navette shape background studded with one carat of closely set antique single-cut (sometimes referred t...(more)
A masterfully designed and crafted transitional Edwardian/Art Deco bombe ring -circa 1920 - with 1.25 carats of bright and sparkling diamonds in a variety of lovely vintage cuts and featuring at its center a .57 carat I-VS1 diamond with an EGL report stating 'H' color (our in-house gemologists are a...(more)
A dazzling 1.04 carat european-cut diamond with a J color VVS1 clarity GIA report is showcased to glorious effect in this charming vintage ring, crafted mid-twentieth century in elegant 1920s style, by Wallach Jewelry Manufacturers of California. In lustrous platinum, accented with sweet bezel-set m...(more)
A delicate and romantic ring from the late nineteenth century, featuring a bright-white, high-quality .19 carat european cut diamond held aloft in a pretty, scalloped buttercup setting. Finely crafted in 14 karat gold, with lovely baroque shoulders, in a finger size 6 1/4.
An engagingly told shaggy dog story in the form of an adorable 18K yellow gold brooch with a spiderweb veined turquoise body, a pearl nose and a turquoise eye. This playful puppy comes fully trained and makes for a perfect pet. Circa 1960. 1 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches.
Here's a traditional platinum and diamond engagement ring with subtle Art Deco flair. A high-color and clarity European-cut diamond, weighing 1.05 carats and bearing a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: F color - VS1 clarity, is classically presented between a pair of shimmering baguette diamonds b...(more)
A delightful vintage style wedding band to match with your vintage engagement ring. This ring features ten bead set diamonds set across the top of the ring with engraved detailing on each side and down each shoulder. Works beautifully as a stand alone wedding band as well. This ring can be special o...(more)
This lovely and unusual ring features a sparkling champagne-colored, .60 carat antique pear-shaped diamond, nestled within a gleaming halo of rich royal-blue calibre-cut sapphires. Beautifully hand-crafted in 14 karat gold, with delicate milgrained white gold bezels around the gemstones and charming...(more)
Ravishing rarities. In place of tried and true turquoise, these late-nineteenth century earrings, hand crafted in silver over gold, feature a pair of robin's egg blue (possibly Peruvian) opals surrounded by a glittering halo of old mine-cut diamonds, totaling one carat. The posts were added at a lat...(more)
Another charming 1920s Art Deco ring by the Belais Brothers, among the very first jewelers in America to design jewelry in white gold. This one stars a gorgeous, ice-white and dazzling 3/4 carat European-cut diamond, held aloft by beautifully engraved triple-row prongs and accented with rich royal b...(more)