This magnificent oval sapphire engagement ring is centered with a 1.89 carat natural blue sapphire. Accenting the sapphire are two rose cut diamonds and a halo of round brilliant cut diamonds. The sapphire's color is phenomenal and the rose cut diamonds give a perfect unique touch. The ring is crafted of solid 18k white gold and is finished with milgrain details. The sapphire shows extremely light wear, but the wear is not noticeable without magnification. The ring is in very good overall condition and will arrive with a fresh polish looking superb for your engagement.
This gorgeous antique filigree ring dates from the 1930's and is set with a .67 carat old european cut diamond grading G in color and SI2 in clarity. The diamond has an amazing sparkle. The setting features lovely filigree openwork and a wonderful unique design.
This lovely Etruscan style ruby ring is bezel set with a 1.29 carat oval cut red ruby. The ruby sits in a high bezel between two domed and textured shoulders. The juxtaposition of the high polished gold next to the darker textured gold really gives this ring a lot of interest. Each shoulder is accented with a bezel set round brilliant cut diamond. The ring is crafted of solid 18k yellow gold and is in very good condition with a nice natural patina.
This perfect vintage diamond engagement ring features an heirloom old European cut diamond and a 1950's mounting with single cut diamonds and great details. The center stone is just shy of a carat and the ring is in overall great condition.
This vintage cocktail ring is centered with a gorgeous emerald cut tourmaline gemstone with incredible vibrant blue-green color. The tourmaline is surrounded by 28 single cut diamonds, looking like a sparkling frame around a stone that you could get lost in. The ring is crafted of 14k white gold and while having a nice presence on the finger it also has a nice low profile.
This is a perfect antique diamond engagement ring crafted of platinum featuring an Old European cut diamond and baguette and single cut diamond accents and is likely from the late 1930s however we were not able to confirm its age. As you can tell from the first sentence we can run on and on about this one but looking at the pictures is better than reading the words.