At Antique Jewelry at Topazery, we offer antique, estate, and antique style rings and other jewelry. Every jewelry piece in our extraordinary collection is as individual as the woman or man who wears it.
Jewelry is a cherished symbol of the memorable events in our lives. It reminds us of the past, celebrates our present, and represents our hope and dreams for the future. Jewelry is an expression of our individual styles and our choices about the people and things we love.
Antique and Antique Style Jewelry Favorites
In this jewelry gallery, you'll find photographs of recently sold antique, estate, and antique style rings and other jewlery pieces. The jewelry represents different jewelry styles -- from the "classic and traditional" Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco jewelry styles, to the "daring and colorful" styles of Retro jewelry, and to the "energetic and chic" modern and contemporary styles. Every jewelry piece is special and unique. The jewelry pieces on this page have been purchased by antique jewelry lovers from around the world--in cities across the United States of America, and in Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Climbing vines and rose buds ascend to an aquamarine in this antique style engagement ring. The 18k white gold band romantically wraps the finger in a floral and leaf pattern. The leaves and bezel are set with eighteen round brilliant cut diamonds, totaling 0.18 carats. This is a new aquamarine engagement ring in the antique style.
Ribbons of diamond lace wrap the shoulders and shank of this antique style aquamarine engagement ring. Seventy round brilliant cut diamonds undulate down the 18k white gold band in glittering waves. These diamonds total 0.28 carats. Cresting at the center of this engagement ring is a slightly greenish blue aquamarine with a gemstone weight of 0.68 carats. This is a new aquamarine engagement ring in the antique style.
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This antique ruby ring playfully harbors a single red rose amongst its platinum flowers and boughs. The ruby solitaire that peeks out of the center of this antique ring is bead set and surrounded by an elaborately carved hexagonal top plate. Pierced filigreeing and a textured floral spray cascade down the shank and shoulders like morning glory ivy climbing a trellis.
Details: Antique. Circa 1920. Platinum. Round cut ruby; 0.30 carats.
A charming aquamarine peeks out from a delicately textured band in this vintage aquamarine engagement ring. The setting is carved in a frond and floral motif. The band of this vintage engagement ring culminates in a square mounting, inside of which is a round aquamarine. The soothing colors of the ocean radiate from this natural gemstone.
Details: Vintage. Circa 1950s. 14k white gold. Round aquamarine, 0.40 carats.
Diamond studded petals cup a pretty aquamarine in this antique style aquamarine engagement ring. The full cut diamonds that flutter around the gemstone extend down the shoulders of the band. The diamonds gradually grow larger the further down the finger they extend.
Details: New. 18k white gold. Full cut diamonds, 0.58 carats. Round aquamarine, 1.04 carats.
According to Indian lore, the chickadee is the bird of truth and this Edwardian engagement ring playfully honors that legend. A pair of chickadees is tucked amongst the botanical carvings and cutouts that decorate the elaborately filigreed band. Perched on opposite sides of a GIA-certified old European cut diamond, the birds are gloriously chirping away about love.
A glorious round aquamarine emerges from a frozen babbling brook that is dusted with crystal snowflakes in this antique style engagement ring. Thirty-four round brilliant cut diamonds meander down the shoulders of the band and then gather into triplicate pyramids to flirt with the showcase aquamarine.
Details: Antique style. 18k white gold. Round brilliant diamonds; 0.49 carats. Aquamarine; 0.78 carats.
Antique Style Wedding Band with Pear Brilliant Cut Diamonds
Pear cut diamonds alternate with round diamonds to create a shimmering half circle around her finger. Delicate teardrops and circles come together in this pretty antique style wedding band. Each of the nine geometric elements is accented with a diamond. They total 0.54 carats. This is a new wedding band in the antique style.
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.
This Art Nouveau antique pendant brooch is as fresh as the morning dewy glow and tantalizing color of an English garden. Done in a freeform heart design, this 14k yellow gold pendant is dotted with three silver white button shaped pearls. Rose and green enamel brings the floral and leaf elements to life. A Carter, Gough & Co. trademark attests to this pendant's provenance. A classic pin assembly with chatelaine hook allows this antique pendant to also be worn as a brooch. Circa 1900
"I love you truly" is hand engraved on the inside of this delightful antique wedding ring by Belais. The 'X' kisses that are etched around the sides and back of the 18k white gold band echo this romantic sentiment. The front of this antique wedding rings band shimmers with five old style single cut diamonds. These bead set diamond accents total 0.10 carats. They are F to H in color and VVS2 to VS2 in clarity. Circa 1920.
A dramatic design and unusual elegance come together in this diamond engagement ring from the Topazery Collection. The 18k white gold band of this engagement ring is set along the shoulders and shank with a collection of seventy-four round brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.50 carats. Eight of these diamonds, four on each side, are arranged in a floral design. The diamond flowers flank a 1.01 carat GIA certified round brilliant cut diamond at the center. This diamond is J in color and has a clarity of SI2. This is a new engagement ring.
In this antique engagement ring, an old European cut diamond is flanked by floral carvings. The angular step construction of this 1920s engagement ring is softened with delicate flowers. The 18k white gold band of this antique ring rises in tiers to elevate the bead set old European cut diamond. Weighing 0.07 carats, this diamond is K in color and VS1 in clarity. Circa 1920.
Antique Style Fancy Champagne Diamond Engagement Ring
A bold and dazzling design compliments a champagne diamond in this antique style engagement ring. The 18k white gold band shimmers from every angle with a collection of seventy-four round brilliant cut diamonds. Rising from the center of this crowning diamond glory is a light fancy brown champagne diamond that weighs 1.05 carats. The total diamond weight of this antique style engagement ring is 1.75 carats. Champagne diamond rings like this one are from the Topazery Earth Collection.
This delightfully romantic antique engagement ring features a kissing bird motif on the shoulders. Eight square faceted mixed cut blue sapphires peek out of the 18k white gold filigree with a heart and flower motif. The hexagonal top of this antique engagement ring shows off a bezel set old European cut diamond. The I-colored, VS2-clarity diamond in this antique engagement ring weighs 0.39 carats. Circa 1920.
Clusters of diamonds spread out on the bezel of this dramatic engagement ring like the glorious tail feathers of a peacock. Fashioned in 18k white gold, the band of this engagement ring is also highlighted with diamonds. A collection of forty-two round full cut diamonds accentuates the leaves and shoulders of unusual engagement rings like this one. Prong set in the middle of all the dazzle, is a cognac diamond. Fancy dark yellow brown in color, this round brilliant cut cognac diamond weighs 0.77 carats and is SI2 in clarity. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 0.97 carats. This is a new diamond engagement ring from the Topazery Earth Collection.
The rosy glow of a red-sky sunset radiates in this vintage ruby engagement ring. The focal point of this vintage engagement ring is a round faceted mixed cut ruby that weighs 0.59 carats. A palladium setting provides a tonal backdrop for the four round single cut diamonds that flank the centerpiece ruby. The combined weight of these diamonds is 0.10 carats. This vintage platinum ruby engagement ring dates to 1930.
The lacy romance of yesteryear is captured in this antique filigree and diamond dinner ring. Delicately pierced 14k white gold filigree provides a dramatic backdrop for this antique cocktail ring's focal point diamond. Amidst this romantic and airy sea of shimmering metal lies an old European cut diamond. Weighing 0.28 carats, the diamond that highlights this antique dinner ring is J in color and SI1 in clarity. Circa 1920.
According to Chinese lore, good luck will befall the person who sets a turtle free. The platinum band of this Art Nouveau turtle motif antique ring is topped with a collection of gemstone elements that are arranged to form a tortoise. A 2.8 carat oval cabochon star sapphire forms the turtle's shell while a collection of six round single cut and straight baguette cut diamonds form the head, legs and tail. The total diamond weight of this Art Nouveau turtle motif ring is 0.09 carats. This charming antique ring would make a special gift for any occasion. Circa 1910.
Delicate white blossoms peek their way out of summer's greenery in this Art Nouveau antique pendant. The 9k yellow gold base of this antique pendant is done in a romantic heart and horseshoe design. The flower petals that accent the metal's open-weave construction are highlighted with a collection of fourteen round half seed pearls. A round faceted mixed cut peridot weighing 0.39 carats is suspended from the center of the pendant. An oval faceted mixed cut spinel dangles from the bottom of the pendant. Circa 1900
A diamond and platinum band shows off a purplish red ruby in this 1935 antique engagement ring. A platinum band is set with six round single cut diamonds in this classic 1930's antique engagement ring. The diamonds total 0.14 carats. Circa 1935.
The winged foot design of this Art Nouveau antique stick pin is sure to delight. This platinum and 18k white gold pin is finely carved to bring textural authenticity to the wing and foot. A round transitional brilliant cut diamond is bead set at the heal, adding a diamond weight of 0.40 carats to this Art Nouveau stick pin. Circa 1910
This Art Nouveau style diamond engagement ring brings to mind the whipped peaks of soft ice cream with caramel drizzled on top. The 18k royal yellow gold band of this antique style engagement ring is carved in a swirling pattern. At its summit, the engagement ring cradles a round brilliant cut diamond that weighs 0.31 carats. The color of the center diamond is N and the clarity is SI2. This new diamond engagement ring is crafted in the Art Nouveau style.
The plique a jour enameling adds subtle color to this Art Nouveau 1910 fairy brooch. Constructed of 18k yellow gold, this fairy brooch is exquisitely carved with fine detail. The textured wings are set with four round full cut diamonds. Two round faceted mixed cut pink sapphires contrast with the pastel blue of the fairy's flowing gown. A pear-shaped faceted mixed cut pink natural spinel dangles from the fairy's toes. The total gemstone weight of this fairy brooch is 0.60 carats. This is a new brooch in the Art Nouveau style.
The brilliant unfurling of chrysanthemums feathers the finger in this contemporary wedding band by the late Atlanta designer, David DeAtley. The 14k yellow gold band is carved in a bursting petal pattern. A beautifully antiqued finish creates interest. Evenly positioned around the band are four round full cut diamonds. These G-colored and VS1-clarity diamond accents total 0.06 carats. A David DeAtley trademark attests to this wedding ring's design and craftsmanship. This is a new ring.