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.
Whimsical scrolls and swirls thread down the shoulders of this unusual diamond engagement ring. Milgrain texturing lines the diamond-enhanced loop-de-loops. Set in 18k white gold, this diamond engagement ring is set with a GIA certified 0.47 carat round brilliant cut diamond with H color and SI1 clarity. Round full cut diamonds accent the band. This is a new antique style diamond engagement ring.
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This antique Art Deco engagement ring showcases a bead set old style full cut diamond surrounded by mille grain in a hexagonal top. The classic pierced design mounting also features flowers on four corners of the gallery. Circa 1920.
The setting of this antique aquamarine ring has a Romeo and Juliet flavor about it. The band is open weaved at the shank and shoulders and then dappled with delicately engraved peonies down the shoulders and back like the kind that might have romantically adorned Juliet's lovely locks.
Details: Antique. Circa 1920. Trademark CK. 18k white gold. Round cut aquamarine, 0.37 carats.
Now I'm no longer alone,
Without a dream in my heart,
Without a love of my own . . ." This vintage aquamarine engagement ring is as dreamy as Frank Sinatra's popular love song. A greenish blue aquamarine glistens like seaglass while four diamonds ripple down the shoulders of this romantic ring.
Details: Vintage. Circa 1950. 14k white gold. Round brilliant cut diamonds; 0.50 carats. Round cut aquamarine; 0.92 carats.
An ebony butterfly dances in a field of 14k white gold filigree flowers in this antique cocktail ring. The butterfly's tablet cut onyx wingspan is centerpieced with an octagonal set round single cut diamond. The lovely floral filigree cutwork extends down the shoulders of the band.
Details: 14k white gold. Round single cut diamond; 0.03 carats; Tablet onyx. Circa 1930s or later.
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.
Smooth and streamlined, this vintage diamond wedding ring is set in14k white gold. The elongated top setting of this vintage wedding ring cradles a collection of seven single cut diamonds that total 0.07 carats. Set side by side in an East-West array, these diamonds range in color from E to I and in clarity from VS1 to SI2. Circa 1935.
The way the diamonds branch off and cascade down the shoulders of this modern engagement ring creates a stunning glittering array. These thirty-seven diamonds are round brilliant cut and total 0.43 carats. They flank another round brilliant cut diamond that weighs 0.12 carats, for a total diamond weight of 0.55 carats. An 18k white gold setting provides a crisp tonal backdrop. This is a new diamond engagement ring.
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
Swirls of diamonds create a smashing mounting for a light fancy brown champagne diamond. She'll love the architectural swirls and curlicues that highlight the 18k white gold band. Thirty round brilliant cut diamonds shimmer down the shoulders, bathing the champagne diamond in a sea of radiance. The champagne diamond that rises from this brilliance weighs 0.45 carats. This new champagne diamond engagement ring has a total diamond weight of 0.73 carats. From the Topazery Earth Collection.
Sleek and sophisticated, this aquamarine solitaire engagement ring has a classic, timeless design. The 14k white gold band of this engagement ring is polished to a high sheen. Its pronged square paladium center head cradles an outstanding aquamarine. Its color rivals the hue and brilliance of the sought after and rare aquamarines from the Santa Maria de Itabira mine in Brazil. This focal point gemstone weighs 0.68 carats. Circa 1960 or later.
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.
This Art Deco old European cut diamond engagement ring is enchanting with its gossamer threads of milgrained gold. The 18k white gold mounting is in a classic pierced design. An old European cut diamond is nestled in a square top plate with milgraining around the edge. This old cut diamond is GIA certified and weighs 0.81 carats. It is J in color and VS2 in clarity. Circa 1920.
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.
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 antique diamond bracelet seals two hearts and locks them together for all eternity with its chain link connection. The 18k yellow gold base is centered with diamond-accented platinum links, which are hand-engraved with scrollwork. The nineteen diamonds that accentuate this bracelet are H colored and VVS2 to SI2 in clarity. Totaling 0.35 carats, these diamonds are round single cut. Circa 1920s and later.
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 rectangular step cut green and black accents add a colorful Art Deco touch to these antique style dangle earrings. A collection of twenty-six old style round full and rose cut diamonds are arranged in an unusual tribal warrior design. The combined weight of these antique style earrings' diamonds is 0.32 carats. The earrings have platinum tops and 18k yellow gold backs. Circa 2007
Fluffy clouds misted with vibrant drops of dew are brought to mind with this Art Nouveau sapphire and diamond pendant. Set in 14k yellow gold and tipped with silver, this antique-style pendant's swirls are enhanced with two blue sapphires. The upper sapphire is oval faceted mixed cut while the lower, suspended sapphire is pear shaped. The total gemstone weight of this pendant is 2.43 carats. A collection of rose cut diamond add a touch of shimmer. This is an Art Nouveau reproduction pendant.
This classic ruby engagement ring in platinum is as fiery as a blazing sunset. The emerald cut ruby that accents this platinum engagement ring is purplish red in color and weighs 1.53 carats. Two tapered baguette diamonds flank the ruby, lending a total of 0.36 carats of diamond weight. These diamond accents are E in color and VVS2 in clarity. Classic ruby engagement rings in platinum are a perfect choice for the non-traditional bride. Circa 1970 or later.
Raspberry honeysuckle overflows from tangled vines in antique Art Deco ruby engagement rings. Set in 18k white gold, this Art Deco engagement ring's pierced scroll band design adds visual interest. In combination, an old style round brilliant cut diamond that is flanked by two square step cut rubies serve as this antique engagement ring's focal point. The diamond weighs 0.24 carats while the rubies add another 0.37 gemstone carats to this Art Deco engagement ring. Circa 1930.