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1940s Princess Diamond Engagement Ring

1940s Princess Diamond Engagement Ring

Old European cut diamonds are bead set in a scalloped top in 1940s princess style diamond engagement rings like this one. The 14k yellow gold band of this engagement ring is topped with 14k white gold. A scalloped cluster of fourteen old European cut diamonds surround a round brilliant cut diamond. This centerpiece diamond is G-H in color, SI1 in clarity, and weighs 0.32 carats. The combined weight of all the diamonds accenting this princess style engagement ring is 0.67 carats. Circa 1940. SOLD

Classic Gold Bracelet for a Gent

Classic Gold Bracelet for a Gent

This is a clasic gentleman's bracelet in 18k yellow gold. The curb links have flat tops and are heavy and elegant. The bracelet is 8.22 inches long and 0.33 inches across each link. The weight is 32.98 grams. The bracelet has an oversized lobster claw clasp, which is especially nice. Circa 1970's. SOLD

Late Victorian Antique Opal Ring

Late Victorian Antique Opal Ring

Victorian antique opal rings like this one have a mesmerizing charm. The 14k green gold band of this Victorian dinner ring is criss-crossed at the shoulders with a collection of forty-four bead set old style single, rose and round full cut diamonds. Collectively the diamonds weigh 0.16 carats. The focal point of this antique cocktail ring is an oval cabochon cut opal. The gemstone weight of the opal is 3.14 carats. This VIctorian antique opal ring is circa 1895. SOLD

Antique Amethyst Engagement Ring with Heart Motif

Antique Amethyst Engagement Ring with Heart Motif

With a diamond accented heart motif, antique amethyst engagement rings like this one are made for a princess. A collection of fifty-two single cut diamonds meanders around the shoulders and shank of the platinum band for a total diamond weight of 0.33 carats. Prong set at the center of this romantic engagement ring is a glorious round faceted mixed cut amethyst that weighs 4.56 carats. A cluster of diamond-accented hearts surrounds the gemstone. Circa 1940s or later. SOLD

Two-Toned Antique Diamond Engagement Ring

Two-Toned Antique Diamond Engagement Ring

The charming design of antique diamond engagement rings like this one features a two-toned setting in 14k white and yellow gold. Hand-engraved in a starburst pattern, the mounting rises to a prong set diamond at the top. This 0.43-carat old style round brilliant cut diamond is K in color and VS1 in clarity. This antique diamond engagement ring is trademarked with a heart and clover. Circa 1930. SOLD

Classic Antique Cocktail Ring

Classic Antique Cocktail Ring

A classic antique cocktail ring displays elegant lines with a marquise cut spinel gemstone. The centerpiece gemstone has a very slightly purplish pink hue and weighs 5.63 carats. It is flanked by six straight baguette cut clear spinels, three on each side. A 14k white gold band that is carved with a wheat pattern provides a tonally sophisticated setting for this antique dinner ring. The inside of the shank is stamped with the J.J. White Mfg. Co. trademark. Circa 1930. SOLD

1950s Antique Diamond Engagement Ring

1950s Antique Diamond Engagement Ring

A diamond ribbon wraps around two single cut diamonds in this 1950s antique engagement ring. Tucked side by side, the focal point round brilliant cut diamonds symbolize love everlasting. Set in 14k white gold, six additional round single cut diamonds serpentine above and below this diamond pair in a ribbony stream of sparkle. The combined weight of all the diamonds in antique engagement rings like this one is 0.78 carats. Circa 1950. SOLD

Antique Diamond Wedding Ring with Orange Blossom Design

Antique Diamond Wedding Ring with Orange Blossom Design

This antique wedding ring features a stove pipe design and an orange blossom motif. Bead set across the front of this antique wedding band are five single cut diamonds that total 0.04 carats of diamond weight. The 18k white gold band is hand carved. Circa 1930 or later. SOLD


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