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.
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.
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.
May your marriage be as harmonious as this classic 1950s vintage pearl engagement ring. The duo of cream-white spherical pearls that highlights this vintage engagement ring is set in a bypass design. The platinum band of this vintage ring has a hand-wrought mounting that S-curves between the pearls. This shoulders are set with six round single cut diamonds that total 0.12 carats. Circa 1950 or later.