Two matching white sapphires burst from the center of the flowery ribbon backsplash in this Edwardian antique ring. These focal point gemstones are hexagonal set side by side. A flame fusion blue sapphire is wedged between the two white sapphires, dividing this antique ring into two distinct yet equally scene-stealing segments.
Details: Antique, Edwardian. Circa 1920. 18k white gold. Round cut white and rectangular cut blue sapphires; 1.55 carats.
The wide band of this vintage wedding ring has polished sections on top and bottom. In between, floral cut waves rollick down the center, lending eye-catching contrast to this vintage wedding band.
Details: Vintage. Circa 1945. 14k white gold.
Fancy floral and filigree work adds femininity to the band of this antique engagement ring. The metallic lacework culminates in a hexagonal top setting that cradles a round aquamarine.
Details: Antique, Art Deco. Circa 1920. 18k white gold. Round aquamarine, 0.37 carats.
An aquamarine is set in a platinum coronet shank. Six old style full cut diamonds cascade down the shoulders of the platinum band, lending the illusion of drizzling dew drops to this antique engagement ring.
Details: Platinum. Old style full cut diamonds; 0.19 carats. Round aquamarine; 2.06 carats. Antique, Circa 1925.
The pierced filigreed band of this vintage engagement ring combines the elemental appeal of feathers, curlicues and fronds.
Details: 18k white gold. Round ruby; 0.20 carats. Vintage, Circa 1930 or later.
In this winter ice versus spring verdant duel, the springtime green of the oval and pear-shaped emeralds ultimately wins out. The 14 yellow gold band of this ring has a scalloped trimmed top and offers metallic contrast to the emeralds and diamonds.
Details: 14k yellow gold. Full cut diamonds; 0.66 carats. Oval and pear emeralds; 0.85 carats. Antique, Circa 1930 or later.
The hand-wrought, polished 18k yellow gold band of this vintage ring gleams in an open wave around its main attractions. The mounting of this vintage ring is done in an offset design.
Details: 18k yellow gold. Old style full cut diamond; 0.11 carats. Natural pearl. Vintage, Circa 1930 or later.
The diamond solitaire is this antique ring 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 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.
This smashing antique aquamarine cocktail ring is for the woman who likes rings that make a dramatic statement on her finger. The focal point greenish blue marquise cut aquamarine weighs 5.10 carats. The 14 yellow gold band that clutches the aquamarine is highlighted with scalloped wings at the shoulders and fancy open scrollwork around the bezel. Circa 1920.
This architecture of this engagement ring lays the foundation for an octagonal top setting. A GIA certified 0.97 carat round brilliant cut diamond solitaire rests in the center of this geometric display. An additional six old style single cut diamonds accent the band of this antique engagement ring, giving it a total diamond weight of 1.04 carats. Circa 1920.
The lovely pierced mounting of this antique ring rises to a hexagonal top setting. Trimmed in milgrain, the setting cradles a GIA-certified round brilliant transitional cut diamond. This diamond solitaire weighs 0.42 carats and is G in color and VVS2 in clarity. The 18k white gold construction of the band lends sophistication. Circa 1920.
The unique mounting of this Victorian antique ring arranges the diamonds in a glorious flower blossom design. Six stations along the circumference hold round diamonds with the center diamond elevated above the rest. In combination, the seven diamonds that accent this Victorian engagement ring weigh 2.00 carats. Circa 1900s. .
The hexagonal top of this antique ring cradles a GIA-certified old European cut diamond. This 0.80 carat diamond is K in color with VS1 clarity. This antique diamond engagement ring is made of platinum. Circa 1920.
The platinum band of this antique ring is carved down the shoulders in a combination of chevrons and feathers. Four old style full cut diamonds are tucked into the pierced mounting. Ascending from the center is a GIA-certified old European cut diamond that is K in color and VVS2 in clarity. This diamond weighs 0.79 carats. The total diamond weight of this antique engagement ring is 0.94 carats. Circa 1920.
A pair of bezel-set baguette cut blue sapphires add soft color to the shoulders of this antique engagement ring. The combined gemstone weight of these sapphires is 0.08 carats. Rising from the mounting's pierced scrollwork and carved wheat pattern is an old European cut diamond that is GIA certified. This 0.64-carat diamond solitaire is K in color and VS1. Circa 1930.
Edged in milgrain, the 18k white gold band of this antique wedding ring is stamped with the Orange Blossom trademark. The flowers that are carved into it extend all the way around the band. Circa 1920.