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This light, lovely and relatively petite fashion ring from Cartier probably dates back to the late 1960s - 1970s. Tiny brilliant cut diamonds border and wrap around a shimmering tiger eye rectangle (with a teeny-tiny, virtually unnoticeable chip on one corner - easily replaced but priced accordingly...(more)
This bright-white and dazzling European-cut diamond, weighting 1.03 carat, presents even larger than its actual weight within this four corner Art Deco style solitaire engagement ring, recently and faithfully hand crafted in platinum in enduring vintage style. The icy-white stone is centered between...(more)
A bright and clear mint-green beryl (a light, crystalline version of an Emerald, and this one would be called one by most people), weighing 5.50 carats, glistens from within a raised bezel inside a frame of bright white single-cut diamonds in this gorgeous cocktail ring, hand fabricated in platinum ...(more)
Perfect for storing aspirin and/or ibuprofen just in case of another Scotch sipping binge. Remember to keep hydrated. Although rendered in classic Scottish style, the hallmarks indicate Birmingham, c.1902. 1 5/16 by 5/8 inches. Jasper (or sard) and bloodstone.
A gorgeous turn-of-the-century necklace shimmering with a pair of lustrous, snow white, baroque freshwater pearls dangling inside and below a curvaceous, free form frame of bright white, glittering old mine-cut diamonds. Elegantly hand fabricated in platinum over 20K (!) gold - circa 1900-1915. Clas...(more)
This original Art Deco ring is impeccably hand fabricated in platinum during the 1920's and features a luminous rich-blue emerald-cut sapphire, weighing three-quarter carat, presented between two bright white European-cut diamonds. The three radiant stones are centered in three interlocking halos gl...(more)
A consummate Art Deco 'cigar band' style ring is crowned with a sparkling antique cushion-cut diamond, weighing .90 carat. The thoroughly ornamented, domed top glitters from all sides with small European-cut diamonds arrayed amid extraordinary decorative pierce work, further accentuated with delicat...(more)
A bright-white European-cut diamond sparkles from within a 14 karat white gold illusion setting, thus presenting larger than it's actual half carat size. The matching band glitters with a bright and shining row of four brilliant-cut diamonds that perfectly match and align with the pair on the engage...(more)
A bold and beautiful bauble from the glamorous 1940s-50s Retro period designed and rendered with Art Deco inspiration. A tapered, stepped geometric design, artfully sculpted in gleaming 18 karat white gold featuring a central row of graduated square-cut diamonds shimmering atop a fan of glittering r...(more)
Put on a happy face! All sitting members of the Seven Japanese Gods of Fortune (aka the Seven Lucky Gods) are duly accounted for in this joyful and colorful bracelet celebrating: Hotei - God of Happiness; Jurojin - God of Long Life; Daikoku - God of Wealth; Benzaiten - Goddess of Beauty; Bishamonte...(more)
A fantastic, architecturally inspired, multidimensional bracelet fashioned in the bold mid-Victorian style with more than a dash of Art Deco influence. A double terminated rocket ship adorned with black onyx, natural and synthetic rubies and glittering rose-cut diamonds wraps the wrist and measures ...(more)
Shining from within a classic mid-twentieth century platinum engagement ring is a bright European-cut diamond, weighing .38 carats, graded J in color and VS1 in clarity. Three single-cut diamonds flash from each side set in bright illusion fishtail settings. The ring is currently a size 5.