Seven full cut diamonds dance across the open-arched top of this 14k white gold wedding ring. The diamonds range in color from G to J, in clarity from VS2 to SI2, and have a total diamond weight of 0.19 carats. The band of this intriguing wedding ring has an asymmetrical design on the shoulders. Circa 1960 or later.
This antique cameo ring features a classic hand wrought 18k white gold mounting. The hardstone cameo is carved white on black and depicts a woman's right profile. She is in Elizabethan dress and is wearing earrings and a necklace. The 18k white gold band of this antique cameo ring is engraved in a leaf motif. Circa 1920.
This enchanting Edwardian ring plays with geometry and subtlety. From the side, it is a series of surfaces sculpted in platinum filigree. From above, it is a startling pool of light: a hexagon brimming with diamond. A 0.76 carat old style round brilliant cut diamond is prong set at the top in a milgrained surround. This L color, SI2 clarity diamond glows softly with the color of candlelight. Circa 1920. .
Like delicate butterfly wings, this Art Deco antique filigree engagement ring flutters around the finger. The domed platinum mounting is delightful with its pierced filigree. A collection of eighteen old style single cut and round full cut diamonds, along with a quartet of rectangular French and mixed faceted cut blue sapphires, accentuates the filigree. Rising out of the center of the dome is a round brilliant cut diamond. Weighing 1.12 carats, this GIA certified center diamond is I in color and SI2 in clarity. The total diamond weight of this Art Deco engagement ring is 1.365 carats. From the Topazery Tara Collection. Circa 1920s.
In this Art Deco antique diamond engagement ring, a collection of twenty-two old style round and single cut diamonds encircle the platinum band in a flirtatious petal design. Nestled in their center of this antique engagement ring is an old European cut diamond that weighs 0.83 carats. This GIA certified diamond is K in color and VS1 in clarity. The combined weight of all the diamonds in this antique engagement ring is 1.28 carats. A pair of triangular blue sapphires add a splash of color on two sides of the center diamond. A matching pair of rectangular sapphires accents the shoulders of the band. Circa 1920.
Art Deco Antique Dinner Ring with Old European Cut Diamonds
Ornate and alluring, this this Art Deco antique dinner ring with old European cut diamonds is geometrically intruquing. The octagonal top setting of this antique cocktail ring is highlighted around its geometric rim with a collection of eight rectangular faceted mixed cut and two triangular faceted mixed cut blue sapphires. The total gemstone weight of all the sapphires is 0.28 carats. A pair of old European cut diamonds is tucked in the center of the octagon and total 0.81 carats. A hand-engraved 18k white gold band with a leaf motif provides the setting for this Art Deco dinner ring. Circa 1925 to 1930.
The 18k white gold setting of this Art Deco antique filigree dinner ring is fashioned in a North-South design. The filigree is accentuated with a pair of triangular faceted mixed cut blue sapphires. These sapphires weigh 0.10 carats . A trio of old style round brilliant cut diamonds is set down the center of this antique dinner ring. Totaling 0.49 carats, they range in color from E to G and in clarity from VVS2 to VS1. Circa 1925.
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.
This hand-wrought antique diamond engagement ring is done in a ying-yang design that showcases the complementary nature of two souls joined by love. The 14k yellow gold band has a platinum top. The platinum elements are accentuated with a collection of twelve rose cut diamonds. These accenting diamonds swirl their way around an old mine cut diamond that weighs 0.11 carats. The centerpiece diamond has a color rating of G and a clarity rating of SI2. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 0.26 carats. Circa 1900.
Antique Victorian coral rings like this late 19th century dinner ring have a Roman princess appeal. The coral gemstone that highlights this Victorian ring is carved with a toga-clad goddess. The 14k yellow gold band is done in a fancy scrolled pattern that showcases the coral cameo. Circa late 1800s.
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.
Diamonds and platinum create a glittering orb of light in this vintage diamond ring. A total of forty-eight old style full cut diamonds wind their way around a center old style round brilliant cut diamond. This center diamond has a color rating of F, a clarity rating of VVS2 and a weight of 0.29 carats. The combined weight of all the diamonds accentuating this vintage diamond ring is 2.04 carats. Circa 1930.
In this engagement ring, circa 1925, an EGL certified old European cut diamond is set in a hand engraved delicate band of white gold. Like intricate lace, the remarkable detailing gives the ring a light airy quality, and the ring's subtle curvature appears to present the diamond upward away from the finger and out towards the world.
Details: Antique, Circa 1925. 14k white gold. EGL certified Old European cut diamond; H, SI1, 0.71 carats. .
In this stylish Edwardian diamond ring, the finger is wrapped in shining threads. Like gleaming droplets in a delicate web, twin moons of diamond float on platinum strings. The fabulous mounting of this Edwardian antique ring shows off 2 bezel set old European cut diamonds. The total diamond weight in this antique Edwardian ring is 1.88 carats. Circa 1910.
Like the Milky Way, this 1930s antique diamond engagement ring casts a mesmerizing spiral of star-powered radiance. The platinum band of this 1930s engagement ring has a dome setting that is accentuated with pierced swirl work. Twenty-two old style single cut diamonds highlight the swirling. An old European cut diamond solitaire is bezel set in this antique engagement ring. Weighing 0.59 carats, the diamond has a color of F and clarity of I1. The total diamond weight of this antique engagement ring is 1.09 carats. Circa 1930.
This fabulous Edwardian antique ring shines like the brightest stars in a moonlit sky. The platinum band is highlighted by a GIA certified old European cut diamond. This 1.31-carat diamond is accented with a collection of 62 round single and rectangular table cut diamonds. The total diamond weight of this antique engagement ring is 1.94 carats. The curved design of the setting hugs the top of the finger for a fabulous fit. Antique rings like this one also make special anniversary gifts. Circa 1910. From the Topazery Tara Collection.
Surround her finger in brilliance with this this antique diamond wedding band. The 18k white gold band of this antique wedding ring is hand-pierced. Set with twenty-eight old style full and single cut diamonds, this wedding band shimmers with a total diamond weight of 1.45 carats. Milgrain trimming around the diamonds lends textural flavor to this antique diamond wedding band. Circa 1930.
This diamond wedding band from the 1950s raises the bewitching bar. The 14k white gold band is topped with two diamond rows, for double showcase and shimmer. The ten round full cut diamonds that accentuate this 1950s wedding ring range in color from F to I and in clarity from VS1 to SI2. The total diamond weight of this 1950s wedding band is 0.87 carats. Circa 1950 or later.
The raised dome setting of this Edwardian antique filigree diamond engagement ring is highlighted by a floral design. The iridium-platinum setting of this antique engagement ring combines floral filigree cutwork and open-weave carving for a visually stunning display. An old European cut diamond is set at the top of this Edwardian engagement ring's dome. This J colored, SI1 clarity diamond weighs 0.468 carats. Two round single cut diamonds flank the center stone for a total diamond weight of 0.488 carats. Circa 1915.
The platinum band of this antique filigree and diamond wedding ring boasts filigree work and milgrained rhomboids. Each of the ten rhomboids that surround this antique wedding ring is set with a round single cut diamond. The total diamond weight of this antique wedding ring is 0.30 carats. Circa 1935 or later.
The soft flap of butterfly wings beats freedom's rhythm in vintage 1940s diamond eternity bands. Scrolling end to end, you'll love the alternating diamond pattern that accentuates the double-vee configuration of this 18k white gold eternity band. The thirty-two diamonds that accent this vintage 1940s eternity band total 0.32 carats. Circa 1945.
Secure the key to her heart for eternity with this old European cut diamond 3 stone ring. The platinum band of this antique ring is intricately designed in a series of three keyhole cutouts that taper down the shoulders. The squared-off top setting of this antique wedding ring holds three old European cut diamonds that are horizontally set across the finger and total 0.38 carats. May be worn as an antique wedding ring or engagment ring. Circa 1920.
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.