Antique Aquamarine Engagement Ring with Floral Motif
Antique aquamarine engagement rings like this one remind us of bluebells. And according to legend, bluebells are the flowers of the fairies. As if sprinkled with fairy dust, the 14k white gold band of this antique engagement ring is adorned with flowers. A round faceted mixed cut aquamarine ascends from the carved floral effusion of the antique band. Pedestal set, in a 6 prong basket head, this aquamarine gemstone weighs 0.79 carats. This antique aquamarine engagement ring has a soft and feminine appeal. Circa 1930 or later.
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 bold and classic vintage aquamarine cocktail ring demands to be noticed. The platinum band of this vintage ring rises to a playful mounting of openwork hearts, rhomboids and crowns. A 14.27-carat emerald cut aquamarine is set inside this display of metallic elements. A pair of straight cut baguette diamonds flanks the aquamarine for a total diamond weight of 0.30 carats. Circa 1950 or later.
Set in platinum, the band of this unusual contemporary engagement ring rises to a diamond-accented crown. A collection of forty round full cut diamonds totaling 0.51 carats accentuates this crowning coronet. Nestled inside is a greenish blue round faceted mixed cut aquamarine that weighs 0.97 carats. This is a new aquamarine and diamond engagement ring.