If only this big blue baby were a diamond it would be worth a cool gazillion dollars! But alas, it's only a gorgeous, deep aquamarine blue zircon with an estimated weight of just under 20 carats. The exotically stunning gemstone measures an impressive 5/8 inch diameter and is presented in a stately ...(more)
Here is the only snake ring we've seen of this particular design. A mirror-image pair of of sinuous serpents, one diamond headed in platinum and the other ruby headed in 18K yellow gold, entwine to create a stylized yin-yang design. And just for another dash of contrast, the ring shank is 18K rosy-y...(more)
Few original European-cut diamonds come as fine and fabulous as this icy-white sizzler, weighing 2.43 carats. The GIA certified stone (graded G color - VS2 clarity) sparkles almost solo from within a more recently made platinum engagement ring, designed and crafted in timeless 1020s-30s style (to ma...(more)
A stlylshly sophisticated Art Deco engagement ring, die-struck and hand finished in platinum, circa 1930, featuring a bright white European-cut diamond, weighing just under .23 carat, held up by four nicely fashioned double prongs. Each of the geometrically designed shoulders glitter with a trio sma...(more)
This Jazz Age beauty, circa 1920s-30s, sparkles times three with a high-voltage trio of European-cut diamonds, together weighing 2.30 carats. The center stone weighs .85 and the two sides total 1.45.
The three diamonds sizzle from within finely milgrained octagonal settings supported by open navette...(more)
A mirror-image pair of sinuous serpents support, protect and seamlessly transition into the double ring shank of this dramatic and exemplary Victorian-era jewel. A radiant, royal blue, faceted oval sapphire, weighing 1.25 carats, glistens and glows from within a glittering halo composed of twelve br...(more)
This singularly stunning vintage engagement ring, crafted in 14K yellow gold and platinum, features a beautiful, bright-white European-cut diamond, weighing 1.13 carats. Although designed and rendered in characteristic late-19th century Victorian style, we believe that this ring was made sometime du...(more)
A very interesting, unusual and thoroughly splendid 1920s diamond ring that works equally well as a right hand or individualistic engagement ring. The filigree dome is crowned with a beautiful, high-crowned, half-carat old mine-cut diamond embellished on four sides with glittering trios of old mine-...(more)
A sweet & lovely Art Deco diamond ring, circa 1930s, twinkling with a trio of round diamonds, a transitional European-cut in the center flanked by a pair of tiny single-cuts. The filigree mounting is die-struck in bright 18K white gold. Pristine and precious, currently ring size 5 1/2-.
A stately and sophisticated Art Deco engagement ring, crisply die-struck and hand finished in bright 18K white gold, circa 1930, featuring a bright white European-cut diamond, weighing just under (and presenting all of) a quarter-carat. Each of the dimensional geometric shoulders glitter with 7 smal...(more)
Newly crafted in London, England, this refined, low-profile ring features three rich royal-blue emerald-cut sapphires alternating with pairs of bright-white mine-cut diamonds presented in timeless late Edwardian/early-Art Deco style. Crafted in crisp platinum and rich 18 karat gold, with a scalloped...(more)
Newly crafted in platinum over 18K yellow gold, in London, England, in classic and enduring vintage style, this charming gemstone ring centers on a radiant, square faceted aquamarine outlined by small, bright white European-cut diamonds set in a finely milgrained scalloped frame. Currently ring size...(more)