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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)
A geometrically fashioned carved black onyx is centrally pierced with a tiny diamond twinkling from within a navette setting in this striking and sophisticated Art Deco bauble - circa 1930s, in a finger size 6.
A sweet honey-colored golden citrine glistens solo from within a fanciful filigree ring, die-struck and hand finished, circa 1930s, in rose gold overlaid with yellow gold ornamentation. Like sunshine on your finger. 5/8 inch, ring size 6.
A radiant pair of 1920s-30s vintage European-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.90 carats (and presenting all of one-carat each), serve as the ultra-sparkling bull's-eyes of these stunning and striking 'target' style earrings. The earrings are crafted in platinum and bright royal blue faceted calibr...(more)
A radiant pair of old mine-cut diamonds, together weighing 1.85 carats (but presenting all of one carat each), seriously sparkle from within stylized silver settings, dramatically darkened with a deeply oxidized patina. The precious pair dance below a slender row of rose-cut diamonds and measure 3/4...(more)
There she goes! Over the wild western planes or maybe just round and round the merry-go-round (although our clever photographer positioned her raring up). Actually, this majestic diamond maned and tailed mare hails from London, England - circa 1959. 18K yellow and white gold (and a ruby eye). 1 1/2 ...(more)
This sparkling majestic jewel gleams and glitters all around with eighty-one gorgeous, rich red, crystalline, faceted oval rubies, totaling 37 carats, arrayed in clusters of three and enhanced above, below and in between with 9 carats of sparkling round brilliant-cut diamonds. The supple and beautif...(more)
Delicately handcrafted in platinum over 18K yellow gold during the first or second decade of the twentieth century, here we have a wonderful and wearable, fine and feminine pair of diamond eardrops designed and rendered as stylized open navettes surmounted by a sparkling collet-set European-cut diam...(more)
This superlative mid-century sparkler, circa late-1940s, is crafted in two-tone, 14K & 18K gold and highlights a bright and lively transitional European-cut diamond weighing .57 carats. The beautiful diamond beams between a perpendicular arrangement of single-cut diamonds glittering from within ...(more)
From jolly olde England, a rather unusual and extremely lovely, three-opal and diamond ring crafted in rich 18K yellow gold. In addition to the three predominately white opals, the top of the ring displays two pairs of old mine-cut diamonds that separate the primary gemstones and the steeply angled ...(more)
An entrancing, original Asscher-cut diamond, weighing 2.00 carats, shimmers and shines, with minimal fuss, from within a platinum and diamond engagement ring, created at a later date in timeless and traditional style. The gorgeous diamond is accompanied by a Diamond Grading Report from the Gemologic...(more)
A polychromatic palette of pastel colors emit a kaleidoscopic effect in this sizable (1 9/16 inches by 1 inch) opal brooch, with an estimated weight of 24 carats! The gorgeous and glistening gemstone is presented with understated simplicity in a white gold frame punctuated at each end with a small a...(more)