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A deeply saturated, rich red oval ruby, weighing 2.02 carats, is traditionally presented in a sparkling frame of old mine-cut diamonds in this classic 'halo' ring, handcrafted in platinum over gold during the first decade of the twentieth century. The ruby is evidently of Burma origin and we presume...(more)
An unusual and very effective combination of silvery, luminous moonstones and bright turquoise is elegantly employed in this 1940s vintage cluster ring. 11/16 inch diameter.
From the high-style late-1930s come this classic and sparkling late-Art Deco engagement ring glittering front and center with a beautiful round brilliant-cut diamond. The .36 carat diamond shines bright between a pair of geometrically fashioned diamond-set shoulders. Platinum.
This sleekly fashioned, mid-century band ring, crafted in platinum circa 1950s, gently curves across your finger with three glistening rows of round single-cut diamonds punctuated on each side with chevron-shaped terminals that seamlessly flow into the ring shank. A streamlined sparkler.
A chic, high-style diamond ring - circa 1940s - sleekly crafted in yellow gold and topped with palladium - a WWII era substitute for platinum, which was needed by our armed forces as a strategic metal. A fun and restive right-hand ring, or an artistic vintage engagement ring.
A talented golden bear forever pedals his unicycle atop a virgin (uncarved that is) agate seal. The ultimate trained seal! Rare, whimsical and wonderful. 1 1/4 inch by 7/8 inch.
Comprised of four geometric plaques centering on a collet set navette diamond flanked on each side with three radiating rows of calibre emeralds punctuated with black onyx - a dramatic combination; this superb, sophisticated and stunning original Art Deco bracelet dates back to the wildly stylish 19...(more)
A glorious and gleaming original Art Deco engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1920s. A bright and lively 1.20 carat old mine-cut diamond is flanked on each side with a pair of shimmering straight baguette diamonds punctuated with a triangular-set diamond, all of which are bordered all aroun...(more)
A glorious and glittering European-cut diamond, weighing .41 carat but presenting considerably larger in a floating, double-tiered, cushion-shape setting, shines solo in this relatively simple, yet highly effective, solitaire engagement ring, die struck and hand finished in two-tone gold - circa 193...(more)
A swingin' silver mummy (sarcophagus, that is, the mummy's in the British Museum) is accompanied left and right by lapis lazuli drops suspended from golden swags, further embellished with enameled ankhs and bell motifs, all of which dangle from a red (in front) and blue (in the back) enameled neck c...(more)
This sleek Art Deco engagement ring, crafted in platinum - circa 1930s, features a deep-blue round faceted sapphire in place of a typical diamond. The gemstone is secured by four trefoil prongs and radiates between a pair of small diamond twinklers. A stramlined knife-edge ring shank adds the finish...(more)
An luminous round cabochon sapphire, with a cool steel gray color and displaying a shimmering star (asterism), is presented in consummate Art Deco style between diamond-set geometric motifs. Crafted in platinum - circa 1930s. The gemstone measures 3/8 inch diameter and weighs approximately 4.00 cara...(more)