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  1. A splendid and resplendent original Art Deco low-profile finger-hugger, beautifully die-struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, presents a gorgeous icy-white European-cut diamond, weighing 1.13 carats. The scintillating stone is elegantly embellished on each side with pierced mirror-image design motifs aglitter with pairs of small round diamonds leading to a decoratively embossed ring shank. A lovely gallery design and delicate milgraining add the finishing touches to this singular and stunning vintage jewel. Stamped inside ring shank ' Bud & Blossom'. Accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: H color - VS1 clarity. ...
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  2. Almost a ringer for a an 8 carat ruby (which would up the price about a hundred fold), this bright red, pear shape tourmaline (aka rubelite), measuring approximately 6 carats, glistens and glows from within a white sparkling frame of graduated old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 2.75 carats. Hand-fabricated in silver over rosy-yellow gold, this regal and impressive Victorian era jewel measures 1 1/8 inch by just over 3/4 inch and suspends from a newer 14K white gold 16 inch chain. ...
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  3. From planet Vulcan ... not really. This unusual material of yesteryear* has been put to creative use in this beautifully designed and sculpted neck chain and cross. The larger lozenge shaped chain links are strikingly designed with ridged edges, and the lovely stylized cross measures an ample and impressive 4 by 2 1/2 inches. Chic and unique, circa 1875. *Vulcanite is compressed, vulcanised rubber originally developed by Charles Goodyear in the US and Thomas Hancock in England, circa 1844. It was used as an alternative to Jet, which was common for fashion and mourning jewelry in the mid-to-late Victorian era of the 19th century. ...
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  4. Crafted by hand just before the-turn-of-the-twentieth-century, in silver over 18K gold, this stunning late-Victorian sparkler dazzles with over 4 carats of bright-white old mine-cut diamonds, culminating in a central antique pear-shape drop. The diamonds delicately drape the decolletage and then transition into a 16 inch original vintage platinum chain, for a current overall length of 20 inches. A rare and radiant antique necklace. ...
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  5. A classic ruby and diamond straight line bracelet featuring twenty-seven old mine-cut diamonds, totaling 2.50 carats, arranged in groups of three, alternating with nine vibrant red square-cut rubies, also in threes, all set in square box style links accentuated with fine milgrain details and engraving. Finely hand crafted in platinum over 14K yellow gold - circa 1920, this exceptional and exceptionally lovely bracelet measures 7 long. ...
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  6. Four tightly packed rows of icy-white, high-quality ultra sparklers, totaling 2.00 carats, pack a serious punch in this fabulous finger-hugger measuring just shy of 3/8 inch wide. Forty-six sizzling round brilliant-cut diamonds wrap halfway round your finger in this fine estate band ring crafted in gleaming platinum. Currently ring size 6 1/2. ...
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  7. Few original European-cut diamonds come as fine and fabulous as this icy-white sizzler, weighing 2.43 carats. The glistening diamond - with a GIA report - (graded G color - VS2 clarity) sparkles almost solo from within a more recently made platinum engagement ring, designed and crafted in timeless 1920s-30s style (to match the vintage of the diamond) and ornamented with a louvered side gallery and a smattering of tiny full-cut diamonds to enliven the steeply sloped shoulders. A refined and radiant gem. The fluted ring shank is currently size 6. ...
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  8. A rare, and original antique diamond ring, circa 1875. A sparkling cluster of seven bright-white old mine-cut diamonds, together weighing about one-half carat, sizzles from atop a lovely 18 karat gold mounting adorned with dramatic and striking black enamel. Consummate Victoriana. Due to the beautiful enamel work, this ring can not be re-sized. ...
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  9. Pretty, precious and on the petite side, a central oval faceted royal blue sapphire, weighing .58 carat, radiates from within a frame of sparkling white diamonds composed of fans of baguettes on the sides and small round brilliant-cut diamonds top and bottom, all of which are presented in gleaming platinum. And a sweetheart of a bargain! Currently ring size 7 3/4. ...
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  10. Understated elegance par excellence radiates from this traditional ultra-sparkler created early last century by the venerable Granat Bros. Jewelers' of San Francisco. (Read more about them on AJU here.) The ring features a bright and shining European-cut diamond, weighing just shy of one carat (.95 ct.). The scintillating stone is flanked on each side, in classic style, by a pair of sleekly tapered baguette diamonds, all of which are presented in a hand-fabricated platinum mounting. Timeless. Currently ring size 6 1/2.

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  11. Dating back to late-19th century England, a delightful pair of Victorian dangles swing, sway and sparkle with 1.65 carats of bright white old mine-cut diamonds set in silver over 9K gold, hence of British origin. Just shy of 1 and 1/2 inches long. ...
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  12. Here's a fanciful twist on a vintage engagement ring, along with an interesting piece of history. Produced during the second quarter of the last century by A. F. Edwards* of Oakland, CA, this distinctive dazzler features a beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing .86 carat. The scintillating stone sparkles between diamond-set shoulders rendered with a graceful open scroll design. A chic and unique vintage jewel, hand-fabricated in 18K white gold. Currently ring size 6. *A.F. Edwards took over the store of R. W. Edwards in the late 1800s, in Oakland. On March 17, 1937 A.F. Edwards moved to a new location and was branded as Oakland's Finest and Oldest Jewelry Store. ...
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  13. Three are better than one! Sparkling bright white trios of old mine-cut diamonds are set off on a diagonal, leading to serpentine rose-cut diamond-set shoulders, in this singular and strikingly stunning, double-hinged bangle bracelet, elegantly handcrafted in silver over 18K rose gold - circa 1885. 3.60 carats total diamond weight. ...
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  14. A true vintage inspiration! This diamond wedding band was modeled after an original vintage Art Deco diamond band. Ten single-cut diamonds are bead set across the finger with an orange blossom motif down each side of the ring and an engraved foliate motif on either side. A perfect match with your vintage diamond engagement ring. This ring can be ordered in your size or sized to fit. It can also be ordered in 18 karat white gold and 18 karat yellow gold. ...
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  15. A dazzling array of transitional round brilliant-cut and single-cut diamonds glitter from within individual geometric settings in this highly distinctive and impressive Art Deco diamond ring, crafted in gleaming white gold atop a yellow gold ring shank and under gallery. Each diamond is delineated in single or double milgrained outlines which lend both interest and added dimension to the diamonds. This bright and impressive vintage jewel measures 15/16 inch long by about 5/8 inch wide. In a finger size 6. ...
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  16. A seamless row of 30 shimmering baguette diamonds weighing in excess of five carats are tightly set between two slightly raised platinum borders in this streamlined estate enchanter. Size 6 1/4. ...
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  17. A two-third carat (.66 ct.) sunshiny yellow emerald-cut diamond gleams and flashes horizontally from within a rich 18K yellow gold setting between gently tapered rows of small bright white diamonds sparkling from within classic platinum fishtail settings. A sleek and slender estate jewel. Currently ring size 6 1/4. ...
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  18. Hand-fabricated in platinum, circa 1920s-30s, this elegantly understated and artfully stylized take on a traditional solitaire shines front and center with a bright white and sparkling European-cut diamond, weighing .78 carat. The beautiful stone scintillates between glittering tapered bow motif ribbons leading to a sleek knife-edge ring shank. A timeless, original Art Deco sparkler. Currently ring size 6. ...
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  19. A rare and radiant original early-Art Deco engagement ring, circa 1920s, featuring a bright and shining old European-cut diamond, weighing .95 carat. The scintillating stone is presented in high-profile within a soft-shouldered octagonal bezel setting adorned on the side gallery with floral filigree, and on the sleekly tapered shoulders with twinkling single-cut diamonds. A singular vintage sparkler handcrafted in platinum. Currently ring size 4 1/4+. ...
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  20. Just over one inch long and extra-lovely, sleekly hand crafted in platinum during the zenith of the Art Deco period - circa 1925 - these slender sparklers swing below a pair of collet-set European-cut diamond studs and billow at the bottom into stylized fan-shape tassels of diamonds and French-cut calibre sapphires. Seriously stunning. ...
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  21. A relatively petite, and delightful, original Victorian diamond cluster, or in this case - star ring, hand-fabricated in 9 karat gold - circa 1890. A .18 carat old mine-cut diamond nucleus radiates all around with four smaller old mine diamonds and four golden rays. A stellar antique diamond ring. .38 carat total diamond weight. Perhaps a bit too delicate for an everyday engagement ring. Currently ring size 7 1/4. ...
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  22. An original platinum Art Deco engagement, or right-hand, ring dating from the 1930s. An artful combination of stately Art Deco geometry and feminine curves coalesce to enhance the sparkling 1.10 carat center European-cut diamond. The surrounding baguette and round diamonds add up to 1.00 carat, bringing the total diamond weight to 2.10 carats. A singular and distinctive vintage stunner, currently ring size 6. ...
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  23. As evidenced by this colorful keepsake, 1876 was a terrific year for large turquoise studded lockets! Measuring a sizable 2 1/8 by 1 13/16 inches, the striking pendant locket is rendered in 15K rose gold (hence of British origin), and closely set with variegated shades of bright blue turquoise half-beads. Inscribed around the back bezel: "Edith Chester Pelton / 1876". With original glass crystal and new 18" darkened silver chain. ...
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  24. An enchanting gemstone - a modestly proportioned, but bright and beautiful, bubblegum pink emerald-cut sapphire, imbued with a touch of peach, glistens and glows between trios of sparkling, icy-white round brilliant-cut diamonds in this delightful, smaller scale, low-profile estate jewel comfortably crafted in platinum. Why spend 100 times more on a pink diamond? The sapphire weighs .54 carat, 6 diamonds total .39 carat. Currently ring size 6 1/4. ...
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  25. A bright and lively, peachy pink, faceted oval topaz, weighing 3.43 carats, glistens from within a sparkling white diamond halo supported on each side by fans of baguette diamonds, in this cheerful, charming, and exceedingly well-priced estate jewel crafted in gleaming 18K yellow gold. 1.44 carats total diamond weight. Currently ring size 6. ...
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