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Stunning earrings made in 15ct gold, circa 1880
These are a pair of wonderful earrings, very typical of the Victorian era. They date from the 1880's, are made in 15ct gold, and have the most stunning detail when viewed close up.
Surrounded by natural seed pearls, and set on a carved piece of amethyst, these earrings are set on shepherd hooks, and are still in fantastic condition.
Showing amazing colours.
What a stunning bracelet!
Made in sterling silver, and set with 8 oval agates, each measuring approximately 3cm x 1.5cm, and each displaying their own unique colours and banding, making this one of the nicest agate bracelets that we have seen for some time.
Made in the 1930's, with these colours, you can easily wear this piece both in the day and at night.
Surrounded by diamonds.
This is a lovely ring!
Made in 18ct white gold, this ring is set with a beautiful 7.53ct oval facetted aquamarine, that has the most wonderful pure blue colour. Surrounded by 28 diamonds giving it that extra sparkle, this ring looks amazing on the finger.
Aquamarines are becoming so popular today, and a ring like this shows why!
Ceylon sapphire rings are respected highly for its enduring value and quality. Both sapphires and rubies come from the same gem family of corundum and are the second hardest gemstone after diamond making them both very practical for stones to be set into rings.
Blue sapphires coming from Sri Lanka are known as Ceylon Sapphires. The last 2000 years, Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka) has provided the world with the most famous sapphires. These blue sapphires from Ceylon are unmatched in colour, brilliance and clarity in comparison to other blue sapphires coming from other countries.
Blue sapphires are being mined in countries such as Africa, Australia, Cambodia, Columbia, Thailand and the United States and although usually attractive often do not match the Ceylonese sapphires in quality of colour and transparency.
The vast majority of sapphires are heat treated which has been a common practice for centuries. This is done to improve both the colour and clarity of the sapphire and is a completely stable and internationally recognised and accepted treatment. However you may still very often find un-heat treated sapphires in many of our antique rings.
Ceylonese Sapphire Ring for Sale.
The stunning Ceylon-sapphire-and-diamond-ring featured below is made in 18ct white goldThe sapphire at the centre of the ring is a natural Ceylon Blue Sapphire, which measures 1.86cts. Clarity and the cutting of the Ceylonese sapphire are superb, given the size of the gemstone. Gemstones that are of fine quality are cut sparingly to preserve its overall weight.
Bezel setting is beautifully protecting the sapphire with sparkling diamonds of high quality are surrounding it. The outer surfaces of the sapphire setting are ensconced in tiny diamonds. The band is finished with diamonds on both sides, with the Ceylonese Blue Sapphire sitting atop the band. This cluster ring has so much attention to detail around the sapphire as well as below as you can see in the other image.
This is a ring of beautiful quality for that special someone who wants something distinctive.
Art Deco style.
This is another natural ruby and diamond ring in the Art Deco style.
Made in 18ct gold, it has a lovely vibrant centre ruby, surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds. A truly lovely designed ring.
Lovely cluster design.
What a wonderful ring, and design.
An 18ct white gold diamond cluster, set with a natural Argyle pink diamond, surrounded by 6 white diamonds.
The pink diamond measures 0.045cts, and the white diamonds total 0.15cts.
This is such a traditional design, set with the very sought after, and fashionable pink diamond.
Sapphire and diamond rings made in this style have always been so popular over the centuries, and this sapphire and diamond ring is simply magnificent and so elegant in its design and would be perfect as an engagement ring or to wear on any other finger.
This ring is made in 18ct yellow and white gold, and the oval facetted sapphire is a wonderful 2.42 carats Ceylonese sapphire that is the most perfect blue in colour - a colour that is sometimes referred to as "cornflower" blue. This sapphire is has a wonderful blue colour and great transparency and being claw set allows so much natural light to shine through the stone and really stands out and has the colour that so many people are after in a fine quality sapphire.
On each side are 2 claw set round brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.52 carat, and are both "F" colour and Si clarity, and being F colour means they are so beautiful and white and really compliment the sapphire especially being set in white gold.
Even though this ring is brand new, it has been made in such a traditional style, and will surely make the woman who wears this incredibly proud as well as the ring being admired for its simplicity and beauty and really incredibly beautiful sapphire.
This is a truly stunning ring that thanks to its design and setting makes it so easy to wear on its own, as well is this ring making a perfect sapphire and diamond engagement ring as it is very easy to wear a wedding band up against the side.
Stunning 18.50ct aquamarine.
Wow! Now this is an aqua!
Measuring 18.50carats, this sensational aquamarine is set in 18ct white gold with 60 diamonds weighing 0.60cts giving it a wonderful saprkle.
This is one piece that would be worn by itself with pride.
A truly standout piece.
Aquamarine jewellery has always been popular, and when you see a piece like this, it is easy to see why.
This 18ct yellow gold pendant is set with a stunning 11.75ct pear cut aquamarine of the most beautiful blue.
Further set with 54 round brilliant cut diamonds, totaling 0.81cts, it sits perfect on the neckline and is certain to be treasured by the owner.
A perfect pendant with a perfect aquamarine.