A domed topsetting culminates in a hexagonal set old mine cut diamond in this antique filigree engagement ring. The diamond solitaire is bead set. Delicate open filigree work accentuates the dome. The 18k white gold band is carved at the shoulders.
Details: 18k white gold. Old mine cut diamond; 0.09 carats. Circa 1930s or later.
This distinctive antique style filigree engagement ring is perfect for the woman who prefers not to wear diamonds. Set with a round faceted white sapphire, the 18k white gold band has an icy filigree design like swirling snow flakes on a winter's day. Antique style filigree engagement rings like this one are from the Topazery Collection. You may also like style RG-2802.
Blades of wheat point their way to a splash of blue in this aquamarine engagement ring. Constructed of 18k white gold, the band of this engagement ring is trimmed in milgrain and carved seven-eighths around in an angular wheat motif. A round aquamarine sits in the center of nature-inspired rings like this one. The gemstone weight of the aquamarine is 0.67 carats. This antique style ring is perfect for the woman who prefers not to wear diamonds. This is a new aquamarine engagement ring.
A paisley filigree design accented with round full cut diamonds adorns this matching wedding band for engagement ring style RG-2567. This antique style wedding ring is made in 18k white gold with 0.18 carats of diamonds. It is designed to fit snug against the engagement ring. This is a new wedding band in the antique style. Wedding band style RG-1747wb is also lovely with this engagement ring.
Antique Style Aquamarine and Filigree Engagement Ring
This antique style aquamarine filigree engagement ring has a leaf and vine design. The diamond-accented filigree work tapers down the shoulders of an 18k white gold band. The thirty-two round brilliant cut diamonds that enhance the leaves and vines total 0.21 carats. Ascending from the center of this antique style engagement ring is a round aquamarine that weighs 0.61 carats. This is a new aquamarine engagement ring in the antique style.
Like a bluebird flitting across a golden field of grain, this 1920s antique sapphire filigree engagement ring adds unexpected colorful contrast to the finger. This antique engagement ring's centerpiece round faceted mixed cut blue sapphire weighs 1.42 carats. This violet blue gemstone is set in a 14k yellow gold band that is enhanced with delicate filigree work along the shoulders and underbezel. Circa 1920.
The domed spider web setting of this Art Deco sapphire antique engagement ring casts an alluring spell. The platinum band is a stunning combination of pierced angular cutouts and textured Xs and fronds. Tucked amidst this spellbinding display are eighteen full and single cut diamonds. The cupola top setting captures a 0.97-carat round blue sapphire in its center. Circa 1920.
Filigree Antique Cocktail Ring with Green Sapphires
This filigree cocktail ring from the Topazery Earth collection bursts with contemporary flavor that will appeal to both modern and antique jewelry lovers. The mirror image design of this antique dinner ring produces a fanciful optical illusion. Twin round green sapphires join forces to lend 1.45 carats of springtime gemstone appeal to the finger. The pierced 18k white gold band boasts scallops, poesies and crescent leaves. Circa 1920.
An outstanding aquamarine and a floral and filigree setting make this antique Edwardian engagement ring irresistible. You'll love how the flowery spray ascends up the pierced mounting to cup the centerpiece 0.88-carat round aquamarine. Four old European cut bead set diamonds highlight the shoulders, lending 0.14 diamond carats to this antique engagement ring. A platinum setting is the finishing touch to this Edwardian ring. Circa 1910.
This antique three stone ring by Whitehouse Brothers is a miniature work of art in platinum. It exemplifies the fine craftsmanship and delicate designs of Edwardian jewelry. Two white diamonds and a Ceylon blue sapphire in bezel settings are surrounded by fine mille graining and filigree. A lace-like open work leaf and vine motif undulates around the stones. The underbezel has a delicate open work design. Antique Edwardian rings like this one are perfect for her engagement ring, anniversary ring, or "Just Because". Circa 1910.
This filigree and diamond antique engagement ring is set with a round brilliant cut diamond. This K-colored bead set diamond is VS1 in clarity and weighs 0.10 carats. Basketweave piercing, open-weave hearts and feathery fronds highlight the 18k white gold band of this ring. Circa 1920.
An elaborate platinum filigree mounting holds an old European cut diamond in this late Edwardian ring. With a color of L, a clarity of VS1, and weighing 0.78 carats, this old European cut diamond is GIA certified. French cut blue sapphires and single cut diamonds dance amidst the filigree. This delightful mix of blue and white adds interest to the mounting of this romantic Edwardian ring. Circa 1920.
Antique rings like this one are made for romantic proposals in faraway places. An antique platinum mounting with an engraved wheat design holds a double-prong-set GIA certified old mine cut diamond. Triangular step cut emeralds add a bit of color and single cut diamonds add glitter to antique Art Deco rings like this one. The low profile design hugs the finger and wraps it in filigreed platinum. This outstanding Art Deco ring is circa 1935.
Delicate flowers and sweeping curls and loops soften this Edwardian ring's edges. The 18k white gold band of this antique engagement ring is carved and pierced in a dramatic mix of floral elements. An old European diamond solitaire is set in the multi-tiered hexagonal top plate. This old cut diamond weighs 0.12 carats. Circa 1920.
A magnificent mounting of filigree surrounds a green emerald in this antique style engagement ring. The 0.94 carat round emerald is outstanding with a bluish green hue. The 18k white gold band is set with forty-eight round brilliant cut diamonds cascading down the shoulder and shank. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 0.58 carats. This is a new emerald engagement ring in the antique style.
A fancy brown champagne diamond is set in a pierced and engraved filigree mounting in this antique style ring. This champagne diamond weighs 0.90 carats and is VS2 in clarity. It is prong set in an 18k white gold mounting that is highlighted with a collection of twenty-eight round full cut diamonds. The total diamond weight is 1.20 carats. This is a new filigree engagement ring.
The path not taken often leads to the most unexpected surprises, and this antique style aquamarine filigree engagement ring thrills from all directions. The 18k white gold band of this engagement ring is carved in a paisley filigree pattern along the shoulders where it is accented with thirty-four round full cut diamonds. This 0.16-carat collection of diamonds flanks a round faceted mixed cut aquamarine with a greenish blue hue. This is a new aquamarine filigree engagement ring in the antique style.
A champagne diamond provides the razzle dazzle for this antique style filigree engagement ring. Accentuated with scrolled designs, millgrain trim, and chevron carvings, the 18k white gold filigree band delights the eye. Nestled in the midst of this filigree is a round brilliant cut champagne diamond. Fancy yellow brown in color, this diamond solitaire weighs 1.03 carats. Rings like this one are from the Topazery Earth Collection.
Vintage Platinum and Diamond Filigree Engagement Ring
This vintage 1930's diamond engagement ring in platinum features a double 4 prong setting with a pierced and scroll design. The ornate platinum band captures the attention with its fancy scrollwork at the bezel. Nestled inside are four round single cut diamonds. Elongated etched chevrons further accent the shoulders. The domed top setting cradles an old European cut diamond. Weighing 0.68 carats, this GIA-certified diamond is O-P in color and VS1 in clarity. The total diamond weight of this 1930's engagement ring is 0.74 carats. Circa 1930.
Inspiring eternal hope, this antique style green sapphire engagement ring is the perfect way to declare your love. The highlight of this engagement ring is a round natural green sapphire that weighs 0.86 carats. This focal point gemstone is flanked by two trillion cut diamonds. An additional fourteen round brilliant cut diamonds extend down the shoulders of the 18k white gold band. The combined weight of all the diamonds in this engagement ring is 0.33 carats. This is a new green sapphire engagement ring in the antique style. From the Topazery Earth Jewelry Collection.
Intriguing cutwork and a two-tone mounting set this 1920s antique diamond filigree engagement ring apart. The 18k yellow gold band is topped with a hexagonal 18k white gold top. Pierced coronets and scroll work highlight the band. Inside the hexagonal top setting is a round brilliant cut diamond. This diamond centerpiece weighs 0.25 carats and is K in color and SI2 in clarity. Circa 1920.
This vintage engagement ring with scroll design boasts an attention-getting domed top. Constructed of 14k white gold, the band of this vintage engagement ring catches the eye with its pierced scroll work. A double-tiered octagon is carved into the top setting. Nestled inside a multi-tiered rhomboid is a round single cut diamond. Rated G in color and VS1 in clarity, the diamond weighs 0.02 carats. Circa 1930.
Lovely apple blossoms dapple the sides of this floral and filigree antique engagement ring. These flowery blooms are carved into the shoulders of the 18k white gold filigree setting. The top of this antique engagement ring consists of a triple-tiered hexagon. Tucked in the midst of this three-dimensional geometry is an old European cut diamond. Weighing 0.13 carats, the diamond is J in color and VS1 in clarity. Circa 1920.
An old mine cut diamond glitters in a filigree mounting of hearts and flowers in this irresistible antique engagement ring. Romance abounds in this antique engagement ring's 14k white gold band. Delicate flowers bloom from the shoulders while playful hearts are pierced along the shank. A unique octagonal top setting cradles an old mine cut diamond This old cut diamond is I in color and VS2 in clarity. It is EGL certified and weighs 0.93 carats. Circa 1920.
Lacy silken threads wrap the finger in radiance with this Edwardian inspired diamond engagement ring. A platinum band with open cutwork down the shoulders lends a tonal backdrop to the fifty-eight round full cut diamonds that accentuate it. A GIA-certified round brilliant cut diamond serves as the piece de resistance in this antique style engagement ring. This G-colored, SI1-clarity diamond centerpiece weighs 1.22 carats. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 1.72 carats. This is a new diamond engagement ring inspired by Edwardian jewelry designs.