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The colour of the smoky quartz combined with the incredible setting come together to create a truly amazing ring that will be admired from near or far. Made in the 1970's, this ring was made in 9 carat gold and is set with an oval shaped smoky quartz that measures 9.3 carats in weight. With a lovely soft brown hue to it that is complimented perfectly by the warm tone of the gold, both the smoky quartz and the colour of the gold are highlighted by the gorgeous scalloped design set around and partially under the smoky quartz. This adds such a wonderful look to the ring and captures even more of the light and adds to the unique charm and character of the ring. This is such a wonderful and amazing statement ring that is sure to impress all who see it. Stock# ET128 Circa: 1970 $Sold.
The cut of these diamonds are truly fabulous and not only would this ring suit any finger and occasion, but it would also make a very beautiful and unique antique diamond engagement ring. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in the late Victorian era of the 1890's, the ring is set with a European cut diamond in the centre that measures 0.45 carats. However instead of having another European cut diamond on each side, there is the most incredible antique pear cut diamond that look amazing. These fancy pear cut diamonds total 0.90 carats and they accentuate the tapering of the width across the top of the ring so well. Then set on either side of the centre diamond as well as at each end, there are a total of six rose cut diamonds to add to not only the sparkle of the ring, but charm and character as well. Having a total weight of 0.06 carats, although these diamonds are small, they add a gorgeous sparkle to the ring and just like the other diamonds have the charm and character of being cut by hand, And then on the side of the ring is the most beautiful scroll work that compliments the entire ring so well and shows just how much attention and care was put into making this ring all those years ago. From every angle that you look at this ring, there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Stock# ET199 Circa: 1890 Sold.
Buckle rings were very popular in the late 19th and earl;y 20th centuries, and here is a magnificent example that has been incredibly and profusely hand engraved. Made in 9 carat rose gold in 1905, the colour of gold has such a lovely warm colour to it that looks even more beautiful on the finger. With the buckle design adding so much extra charm to the ring, it is also the hand engraving that will have you admiring it every time that you look at your hand. The time needed to complete this hand engraving would have been immense as is the time needed to train and learn this wonderful skill. Measuring 14.2mm at the buckle section, the ring tapers down to 7.2mm wide at the back and feels so wonderful and tactile to the touch. Made well over 100 years ago yet still as fashionable as ever, this antique buckle ring is truly magnificent. Stock# ET149 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1905 $Sold
This beautiful antique ruby and diamond ring will so easily suit any finger including making a wonderful engagement ring, and regardless of the finger or occasion that it is bought for, there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in Birmingham in 1899, the ring is set with three amazing natural rubies that have such a fantastic colour that stands out so well from near or far. These rubies come together to total 0.68 carats and on each side there are two European cut diamonds that total 0.16 carats and add the perfect amount of sparkle to it. Measuring 6.5mm wide in the centre by 16.3mm across, on the side of each band is the most charming hand engraved scroll work that adds to the character of the ring. With both the rubies and the diamonds sitting low into the setting, this is such a comfortable and easy ring to wear all the time where it will always get the admiration that it rightly deserves. Stock# ES9897 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1899 $Sold.
The elegance of the Art Deco era is just one of the reasons why the jewellery made during this time has remained so popular, and here is a ring that was made during this time and is as beautiful and elegant today, as when it was made over 100 years ago. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's, sitting in the centre is a beautiful Colombian emerald that has not only such a beautiful green colour to it, but also a magnificent clarity that allows you to see right through the stone. For centuries Colombian emeralds have been regarded as the best in the world, and this one exemplifies why this is the case. Measuring 0.48 carats in weight, on each side is a lovely European cut diamond that come together to total 0.64 carats and add the perfect amount of sparkle to the ring. Measuring 5.6mm wide at the centre by 14.5mm across, this ring would not only suit any finger and occasion, but also make a spectacular engagement ring that will always be loved and cherished. Stock# ES9904 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
The colour in this ruby is just magnificent and combined with the beautiful diamonds and the scroll work on the sides, this all comes together to create a stunning antique ruby and diamond ring. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in Chester in 1898, the ruby measures 1.15 carats and has such a beautiful red colour to it. The colour is matched by the perfect clarity of the ruby allowing you to see right through the stone, and this ruby is truly as good as they get. Measuring 1.15 carats in weight, it is complimented by the European cut diamond set on each side. These diamonds total 0.84 carats and are the perfect proportion to add sparkle to the ring and highlight the ruby. Measuring 6.8mm wide in the centre by 14.9mm across, the shoulders are beautifully hand engraved and looking at the ring from the side shows the most beautiful scroll work. In wonderful condition, this antique ruby and diamond ring is as good as they get. Stock# ES9910 Hallmarked: Chester 1898 $Sold.
From every single angle that you look at this ring, there is no doubt that it is amazing, and when it is on the finger it is simply breathtaking. Hand made in 18 carat yellow and white gold in the 1970's, the ring is set with a magnificent aquamarine that displays the purest and most even blue colour that captures the heart. Measuring an impressive 22.8 carats in weight, the size and colour will be make sure that this ring is admired from near or far, and day or night. Highlighted on each side by four round brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.80 carats, the ring measures 21.4mm by 15.9mm across the aquamarine or 19.2mm across from one row of diamonds over to the other. With a gorgeous textured band to complete the package, this is certainly one ring that will get the attention and admiration that it rightly deserves. Stock# ES9586 Circa: 1970 $Sold
Here is a ring that will always stand out no matter the time of day or night, thanks to not only the very large citrine, but also the incredible golden colour that it is that captures the light from every angle. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in the 1970's, sitting proud in the centre is a magnificent citrine that measures 25.6 carats. The colour of this citrine is absolutely incredible and being claw set, this allows the maximum amount of light to enter and dance through the stone. Measuring 20.1mm across by 23.30mm, this is one ring that is destined to always get the attention that it so rightly deserves. Stock# U123 Circa: 1970 $Sold.
This antique ring is so beautiful and unique for so many reasons, and would not only look perfect on any finger, but also make a very special engagement ring. Made in the early 1900â€™s, this ring was hand made in 15 carat rose gold. The colour of the gold has the most beautiful warm colour to it that looks even more special when it is on the finger. And then it was not only made as a cluster, but there is an additional row of diamonds on the outer edge. In the centre sits a single cut diamond surrounded by eight more, and then the outer cluster has a further fourteen single cut diamonds that all come together to 0.46 carats. The sparkle that these diamonds give off is just wonderful, and the top section of the ring measures 11.4mm in diameter. So special and unique, this antique diamond cluster will be loved forever. Stock# ES9855 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
There is something so special about rings from the Art Deco period, from the designs and styles that have never gone out of fashion, to the beautiful quality and attention to detail that can only be achieved from making something from hand rather than a computer, and here is a very beautiful diamond cluster ring from the Art Deco period of the 1930's. Hand made in 18 carat gold, the cluster design of diamonds has just the right proportions to look perfect on the finger with the six early brilliant cut diamonds being slightly smaller than the one in the centre. The outer diamonds total 0.36 carats with the centre one measuring 0.16 carats and the cluster itself measures 8.5mm in diameter. Set with a single cut diamond on each shoulder that is set in white gold that adds that extra sparkle to the ring, this ring will so easily suit any finger and occasion, including making a wonderful engagement ring. As beautiful today as when it was made, this is a ring that will always be loved and adored. Stock# ES9856 Circa: 1930 $Sold
The rubies set into this ring are so beautiful and vibrant and highlighted with diamonds in a ring that was made over 100 years ago results in a ring that is as beautiful today as when it was made. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in Birmingham in 1897, the ring is set with three natural rubies that total 1.07 carats and are so beautiful in both colour and clarity. With many rubies now being lead filled or glass filled which is an unstable treatment, these rubies are all natural and look superb set into the beautiful yellow gold setting. With two early single cut diamonds set on each side of the centre ruby, these come together to total 0.08 carats and from the top the ring measures 6.6mm wide at the centre by 15.8mm across. With an elegant band that tapers in width as it goes to the back, this is also such a comfortable ring to wear all the time. Perfect for any occasion including making a wonderful engagement ring, this antique ruby and diamond ring is so beautiful and will always be admired. Stock# U171 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1897 $Sold.
There is nothing more special than your engagement ring, and there is nothing as unique as one that has been made by hand and is as beautiful today as when it was made. And this certainly applies to this gorgeous Art Deco diamond engagement ring that was beautifully made in the 1920's. Hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum, the detail from all sides is so beautiful and will have you admiring it every time that you look down at your hand and see this sparkling back to you. Sitting in the centre is a vibrant European cut diamond that measures 0.76 carats and has all the charm and character of being cut by hand over a century ago. This diamond faces up so beautifully and is H in colour and P1 in clarity, although the natural inclusion in the diamond is harder to see than one might imagine and with the sparkle that this diamond gives off, combined with the setting, there is no doubt that this ring will always be loved and cherished. Then to highlight the diamond as well as the design, there are two single cut diamonds set on each side that total 0.04 carats and will draw the eye to the beautiful detail on the band. This is such an attractive genuine Art Deco engagement ring that is so beautiful and elegant. Stock# U160 Circa: 1920 $Sold.