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Here is such an elegant and classically designed antique garnet and diamond ring made in 1911 that sits and feels so comfortable on the finger and still looks as beautiful today as when it was made over 100 years ago. Garnets come in a range of colours from the typical deep rich burgundy red, to oranges and greens, and set into this ring are three almandine garnets which have a purple hue to them which looks even more beautiful in the sunlight. The three garnets are so well matched in colour and set on each side of the centre garnet are two rose cut diamonds to add that extra special sparkle to the ring. Beautifully made that it tapers down in width, at the centre it measures 8.6mm wide and from one end garnet across to the other, this distance measures 13.6mm across and leads to the elegant scroll work on each side. Sitting so well on the finger, this antique garnet and diamond ring would make a wonderful gift for any occasion and will always be loved and cherished. Stock# ES7321 Hallmarked: Chester 1911 $Sold.
Here is such a perfect antique sapphire and diamond ring that dates from the later part of the 20th Century and would not only suit any finger, but also make such an elegant example of an antique engagement ring to wear with love and pride. Made in 18ct yellow gold, this ring is set with three beautiful sapphires that all display such a wonderful blue colour and great transparency that allows so much light to enter throughout the sapphires. The sapphires total 1.20 carats and set on each side of the centre sapphire are two diamonds that sparkle so elegantly. These diamonds really highlight the ring so well and total 0.20 carats Measuring 16.6mm across by 6.1mm wide at the centre, this really is such a perfect ring for an occasion to wear all the time and always be admired. Stock# T550 Circa: 1890 $Sold
Here is such an elegant antique rose gold opal and green garnet locket from the Edwardian era of the early 1900's that looks so elegant thanks to its simple design and elegance of the cluster of opals and a garnet in the centre. Garnets are more commonly found in a deep burgundy red colour, however they also come in a range of colours such as the wonderful deep mint green seen here in this tsavorite garnet. Surrounded by six solid white opals that are so well matched in colour, both the opals and garnet sit in the centre and really stand out so well set against the gorgeous 9ct rose gold. The colour from the rose gold has such a wonderful warm tone to it that look amazing on the skin and has that proper rose colour as opposed to so much of the pink/coppery colour seen in modern rose gold design. Measuring 24mm in diameter on the outside, inside the locket allows two photos to be put inside, and once this is done it makes this locket become so much more personal. With such a timeless design, this antique photo locket will always be loved and cherished. Stock# ES7225 Circa: 1900 $Sold
Here is such a pretty and feminine rose gold antique Albertina bracelet that dates from the late 1800's and has such a wonderful look and style to it no matter how it is worn. Originally designed to hold a ladies fob watch at one end and secured through a lapel via the tee bar at the other end, Albertina's are now often worn as a bracelet or attached to a chain to make such a unique necklace. From end to end it measures 20.5cm and when worn as a bracelet it measures 19.5cm, the tee bar at one end is itself so pretty with the lovely twist design. Designed with a double chain design, there is also the ball and two fancy pieces as well as the gorgeous heart hanging from one side. This can be worn as a bracelet so easily or when connected to a chain at each end, around the neck it looks divine. No matter where or how this antique Albertina is worn, there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES7284 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Dating from the 1880's, this antique pearl and diamond bangle has such a romantic and elegant to look to it that will make it constantly be admired as it sits gracefully on the wrist. Made in 15ct rose gold, even the colour of the rose gold is so soft and feminine and suits the overall design of this antique bangle so well. Designed with a floral motif, in the centre is a gorgeous cluster of pearls surrounding a diamond, with more of the floral theme on each side with more pearls. The way there are three rows of gold supporting it all works so well to allow the skin tone to come through and highlight the piece even more. From one pearl at one end across to the other, this distance measures 4.4cm and the bangle is fitted with a safety chain for added peace of mind. No matter where this bangle is worn, it is destined to always be admired. Stock# ES7280 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Here is such an elegant Art Deco untreated sapphire and diamond ring that was made in France in the 1920's that looks spectacular on any finger and would make such an impressive engagement ring. Sapphires and rubies have been heat treated for centuries to improve their colour and clarity and this is a world wide accepted practice, however it is estimated that only between 1% and 5% of sapphires are good enough to be set into jewellery without being treated. It should be clarified that a sapphire or ruby that has undergone some form of heat treatment is still a natural gemstone from the ground and is not a synthetic/man made stone and the treatment is completely stable. Lately on the market there is a technique of glass filling or lead filling stones which will improve the colour of a natural gemstone, however this treatment is very unstable and the stone may look worse in a few years. The sapphire measures 1.90 carats and the way the ring has been hand made in 18ct gold and platinum shows the detail and thought that went into making this ring by allowing the sapphire to be set into its own bezel and having a fine separation from the border of diamonds. There are a total of twenty two rose cut diamonds that accentuate the sapphire so well, and these diamonds total 0.22 carats and the top of this ring measures 10.9mm across by 14mm and sits perfectly on the finger. Art Deco rings are always so sought after as are untreated sapphires and when the two are put together the result is a ring that is just so stunning and unique. Stock # ES7228 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Dating from the early 1900's comes this elegant and traditional antique sapphire and diamond engagement ring that would also easily sit well on any other finger and no matter which finger it is worn on, will always be loved and cherished. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold, the ring is set with three beautiful sapphires that are so well matched for colour and transparency and total 0.90 carats. Set on either side of the centre sapphire is a European cut diamond that is just full of life and brilliance and these total 0.20 carats and this setting of three coloured stones and two diamonds is such a lovely traditional style often seen in late Victorian to Edwardian rings and looks as elegant today as when they were made over a century ago. Measuring 14.7mm across from left to right by 5.1mm wide at the centre, this antique sapphire and diamond engagement ring is just such a perfect ring to wear with love all the time. Stock# ES7244 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
Here is a stunning 1920s Art Deco diamond engagement ring that was hand made in platinum and showcases why genuine Art Deco engagement rings have never gone out of fashion, style or demand thanks to the wonderful designs. Sitting so elegantly on the finger, this ring is set with an early brilliant cut diamond in the centre that measures 0.42 carats and is F in colour and Si in clarity and then surrounded by twelve more. However so much thought went into these additional diamonds. As they were all cut by hand and there was not the technology to cut the smaller diamonds with more facets, looking closely at the ring you will see that the diamonds actually so finely graduate in size. Near the band on each side are two single cut diamonds and then going along the top and bottom graduating larger towards the top, are four European cut diamonds on each side. These additional diamonds total 0.52 carats and sparkle so well and are F to G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity. Measuring 9.2mm wide by 10.5mm this is such an elegant and perfect example of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring whose style has lasted through the ages. Stock# ES7201 Circa: 1920 $Sold
So sweet and elegant comes this 1920's Art Deco diamond cluster ring that will suit any occasion including making a wonderful Art Deco diamond engagement ring. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, this ring sits so well on the finger and is set with six diamonds surrounding the centre diamond and the total weight of these seven diamonds is 0.18 carats. The way the border of the setting sculpts to the diamonds really gives it that charming flower look on the finger and measures 8mm in diameter. In wonderful condition, this Art Deco cluster ring is as elegant as it is refined and will always be loved. Stock# ES7197 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a brilliant 2007 Rolex Submariner 16610 that is in perfect condition and has just come back from a full service and will run flawlessly in the boardroom as well as where it was designed to go, deep under water. At the moment the most sought after Rolex watch is the Rolex Submariner, thanks to such a classic and robust style and design that was truly meant to go anywhere. Designed to reach a depth of 1,000 feet underwater the Oyster case measures 40mm across plus the Rolex screw down Triplock crown and is fitted on the Rolex Oyster band with divers extension clip. This Rolex Submariner is in great condition, and the sapphire crystal makes it even more durable to be worn all the time no matter it be in a casual situation or a sports environment. This is a great looking Rolex Submariner in great condition and one Rolex model that is so highly sought after for so many reasons. Stock# W966 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Submariner reference 16610 Circa: 2007 $Sold.
Dating from the fabulous 1920's comes this 18ct gold and platinum Art Deco diamond engagement ring that is as beautiful and elegant today as when it was made nearly a century ago and is sure to always be loved and treasured. So beautifully hand made, this ring is set with three vibrant antique European cut diamonds that sit so well together. (What is a European cut diamond? Find out by reading this brief article: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds ) The centre diamond measures 0.26 carats and the two side diamonds total 0.22 carats and are G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity which means that they are in the white range of diamonds without any eye visible inclusions, and being genuine antique hand cut diamonds makes them all that more special and unique. Made in such an elegant design, this is a perfect example of an Art Deco engagement ring in a style that has never gone out of fashion or style. If you are after an elegant diamond engagement ring, then this might just be the one. Stock# ES7224 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
The Albertina was originally designed not as a bracelet but to hold a ladies pocket watch at one end and secure the tee bar onto an outfit and here is a very beautiful antique sterling silver Albertina dating from the 1880's with three rows of chain and will look so beautiful worn on the wrist, or attached to a chain to wear around the neck. Attached with a tassel that has the fox tail links that move and sway so beautifully as well as having its tee bar, this is such a stylish piece of Victorian jewellery that is so versatile in how it can be worn. Laid out from end to end it measures 26cm in length and as a bracelet will reduce to a comfortable 19cm when the swivel clip is attached to the link just before the tee bar. With two belcher link chains on the outside and a twisted rope link in the middle, it also has its lovely slide which adds that extra charm and character that is really shows why these original antique Albertina bracelets are so much more unique and special than the modern charm bracelets that are being mass produced today. This Albertina has so much charm and character and will always be loved and admired no matter how or where it is worn. Stock# ES7211 Circa: 1880 $Sold.