This 1920's antique engagement ring is set in an architecturally stunning pierced filigree mounting in a curling sprig design. The hexagonal top 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.
Charming old world details come together to make this pierced and engraved antique engagement ring a visually spectacular one. The platinum band 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.
This 1930s vintage diamond engagement ring surprises with unexpected bursts of color. The 18k white gold band is highlighted at the shoulders with a pair of bezel-set baguette cut blue sapphires. 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.
The orange blossoms that encircle this romantic antique wedding ring are so lifelike that you can almost catch a whiff of their delicate floral scent. Edged in milgrain, the 18k white gold band of this 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.
Five rubies burst out of this Retro wedding band like shooting stars. The 14k rose gold band is enhanced with five white gold decorative plates that are shaped like rhombuses. The rubies, which are round cut, are interspersed between the band's birdcage design. They are set in the middle of flowers from which rose gold sparks stream. The combined weight of these five gemstones is 0.50 carats. Circa 1950.
This Victorian ruby and diamond cocktail ring has fourteen round European cut diamonds. They lend approximately 0.21 carats of diamond weight to this dinner ring. A trio of round rubies threads down the center of the marquise shaped diamond display and adds a brilliant stream of color. These three ruby accents total approximately 0.12 carats of gemstone weight. Circa 1890.
This Art Deco antique engagement ring's pierced mounting is a genuine attention grabber. It showcases a flirty Art Deco combination of leaves and swirls. The mounting of this antique engagement ring rises to an elevated square pedestal. In the midst of this display is a round European cut diamond that weighs 0.05 carats. Circa 1920.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Seven diamonds are set across the top of this platinum antique wedding ring. The platinum band of this antique wedding ring is polished to a high sheen. The zigzag setting cradles seven round single cut diamonds that extend East to West across the finger. Circa 1920.
"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.
This pierced filigree and diamond antique engagement ring has a matching antique band! Set in 18k white gold, the wedding band is carved in a wheat and bead pattern. The matching antique engagement ring is ornately pierced at the shank and shoulders. The tiered mounting lends geometric intrigue with a lozenge nestled inside a pair of octagons. Cradled at the center is an old European cut diamond. See Details for ring sizes. Circa 1920.
Thin ribbons of platinum wrap this Art Deco antique engagement ring in an intriguing metallic web. Like delicately spun silk, the ribbons intertwine to cusp an old European cut diamond at their center. Rated K in color and SI2 in clarity, this blissful diamond solitaire weighs 0.54 carats. The band of this antique engagement ring is made of platinum and is etched at the shoulders in an Art Deco chevron design. Circa 1925.
Just as a beautiful butterfly emerges from a delicate cocoon, this post Art Deco antique engagement ring's centerpiece diamond bursts forth from a dainty platinum setting. This GIA certified J-colored, SI2-clarity old mine cut diamond weighs 1.39 carats. A collection of ten rose cut diamonds flank the solitaire in an aerial wing arrangement. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 1.50 carats. Circa 1930.
Delicate carvings and delightful shimmer soften up angular edges in this three stone antique diamond engagement ring. The platinum setting of this Edwardian engagement ring is accented with sunburst, chevron and feathery elements. The squared-off top of this antique engagement ring cradles a trio of old European cut diamonds. Ranging in color from G to H and in clarity from VVS2 to SI2, the three stones have a combined diamond weight of 0.73 carats. Circa 1920.
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.
A pierced design and scalloped edges make unusual platinum and diamond antique eternity bands. Fashioned in an interlocking double-row design, this anniversary style diamond ring captivates with its collection of thirty-six full and single cut diamonds. Set in platinum circles and teardrops, these diamonds total 1.44 carats. Milgrain trim separates the geometric elements of this classic eternity band. Circa 1950 or later.
This antique aquamarine cocktail ring captures the bold and daring spirit of the 1920s. The elongated teardrop setting of this Art Deco dinner ring shows off a marquise cut aquamarine. A collection of fourteen round single cut diamonds surround the centerpiece gemstone. They have a combined diamond weight of 0.18 carats. A 14k white gold band provides a tonal backsplash for the dramatic milgrain-trimmed gemstone setting. The shoulders of the band are carved in a feathery design. Circa 1920.
A delicate filigree mounting contrasts with the bold lines of black onyx in this antique cocktail ring. The slim 14k white gold band of this dramatic dinner ring has a heart and key design at the shoulders. The elongated mounting of this antique dinner ring holds an octagonal tablet cut black onyx in its scalloped prongs. This 3.0-carat gemstone is centerpieced with a diamond-studded lozenge. The round single cut diamond nestled inside weighs 0.01 carats. Circa 1920.
Leaves and ribbons wind their way around her finger in diamond eternity rings like this one. The platinum band of this eternity ring is composed of diamond accented leafy sprigs and fronds which encircle the finger like a miniature wreath. Twenty-two full cut diamonds are bead set in the band's eye-catching display, lending a total diamond weight of 1.19 carats to this anniversary ring. The diamonds range in color from G to J and in clarity from VVS1 to VS2. Circa 1950 or later.