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Here is a very lovely vintage hand made 1930's Art Deco diamond cluster ring that would suit any occasion including making a wonderful engagement ring. Hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum, in the centre sits a 0.38 carat early brilliant cut diamond that is surrounded by eight more diamonds that total 0.96 carats. This lovely traditional design sits perfectly on the finger, the cluster measures 4.1mm in diameter and looks so elegant on its own, or worn along side a wedding band. As beautiful today as when it was made, this Art Deco diamond ring is just divine. Stock# ES8767 Circa: 1930 $Sold
This antique signet ring looks and feels so beautiful on the finger and has such a solid tactile feel to it. Made in 15 carat rose gold in 1895, the top section of the ring measures 13.5mm by 12mm and can be left as it is or engraved with initials or a monogram. The hand engraving on the side is so beautiful to admire and a real testament to the engraver who did this painstaking work by hand all those years ago. With such a beautiful look and feel to it, there is no doubt that this antique signet ring will always be admired. Stock# ES8677 Hallmarked: Chester 1895 $Sold
This is such an amazing example of a genuine Art Deco ruby and diamond cluster ring that is so unique and beautiful and looks spectacular on the finger. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, the ring dates from the 1930's and highlights both the designs and exceptional quality of jewellery from this period. In the centre is an early brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.53 carats that is then surrounded by a border of eight rose cut diamonds.Â And then further down the ring are eighteen more rose cut diamonds as well as eight rubies that stand out so beautifully in the ring and highlight the design even further. The clever use of these rubies really makes this ring look even more amazing and will no doubt be admired every time that it is worn. The additional diamonds total 0.13 carats and the rubies 0.24 carats and the ring measures 15mm by 19mm across. From every single angle this is one of the most amazing rings around and will always be treasured. Stock# ES8726 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is a very elegant antique diamond engagement ring made in the early 1900's that looks as beautiful and elegant today as when it was made over 100 years ago. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold, in the centre is a beautiful round early brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.72 carats and is surrounded by nine European cut diamonds that total 1.17 carats. There is nothing quite like genuine antique diamonds and in recent years modern European cut diamonds have come onto the market, although there is nothing quite like a genuine antique diamond. Measuring 12.1mm by 12.3mm, the top of the ring leads down to the band that has a beautiful split design on the shoulders. This us a perfect example of a genuine antique diamond engagement ring that will continue to look as beautiful and elegant as theÂ day it was made. Stock# ES8808 Circa: 1910 $Sold
This antique diamond cluster ring sits perfectly on the finger and was hand made in the early 1900's in a design that is as popular and sought after today as when it was made all those years ago. Made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, in the centre sits a beautiful antique European cut diamond that measures 0.48 carats with a further seven European cut diamonds surrounding it. These additional diamonds total 0.84 carats and the top of the ring measures 10mm in diameter. The top of the ring sets on a lovely gold band with discreet horizontal lines on the side that add an extra touch of elegance to the ring. Perfect as an engagement ring, there is no doubt that it will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES8856 Circa: 1910 $Sold
Here is a fabulous hand made Art Deco ring made in the 1920's entirely in platinum that looks incredible on the finger and will certainly stand out every time that it is worn. The fine detail in this ring is incredible and measuring 18mm by 15mm across means that it takes up the top part of the finger and accentuates the hand so well. Running across the centre are three early brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.75 carats and separating these diamonds from the other diamonds is a row of synthetic sapphires. When synthetic rubies and sapphires were first invented in the early part of the 1900â€™s and started coming onto the market soon there after, they were embraced by jewellers and the public alike as for the jewellers they could now have access to evenly matched fancy cut stones and the public as these were all new and an exciting leap forward in technology at the time.Â The blue of these sapphires stand out so well against the pure white of the platinum as well as the diamonds. At each end is a larger European cut diamond as well two smaller European cut diamonds, and these diamonds come together to total 0.94 carats and sparkle magnificently. With fine pierce working in the ring which can only be achieved by the ring being made in platinum, this is a fabulous example of a genuine Art Deco ring that is so beautiful in its design. Stock# ES8612 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
The Retro period was from the late 1930's to the early 1950's and is quite different to that of the earlier Art Deco period, with Retro jewellery often being made in bold designs as well as often in rose gold, both of which features can be seen here in this lovely 18 carat rose gold diamond ring made in the Retro era of the 1940's. Made in France, the colour of the rose gold has that wonderful warm tone that bot only looks so beautiful on the finger, but doesn't have that excessive strong pink often seen with some of the modern rose gold made today. Measuring 17mm across by 13.6, the ring has a wonderful bow-tie style and design to it and is set with a 0.12 carat round brilliant cut diamond in the centre. With a fabulous bold design that will make this ring stand out on the finger, this is a wonderful example of a ring from the equally fabulous Retro era. Stock# T1061 Circa: 1950 $Sold.
This Victorian era antique five stone emerald ring was made in the 1880's and is so beautiful and unique and is destined to always be admired. Except for five stone diamond rings, it is so rare to find any antique ring where all five stones are the same making this ring so special and like no other. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring is set with five natural Colombian emeralds. Regarding as home of the best emeralds in the world, Colombian emeralds often have a very vivid green combined with an excellent transparency allowing you to see right through the emerald such as can be seen in this ring. Evenly matched, these emeralds have such a fine green colour that exemplify the quality of Colombian emeralds and with the ring being claw set, this allows so much natural light to pass through each emerald making them stand out even more. The emeralds come together to total 0.94 carats, and at the centre the ring measures 5.8mm by 15.6mm across and sits perfectly on the finger. This is such a unique and special antique emerald ring that is like no other. Stock# ES8780 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
This antique garnet ring dates from the early part of the 1900's and is set with such a vibrant garnet that matches perfectly with the rose gold and will so easily suit any finger or occasion. Made in 15 carat gold the garnet measures 3.80 carats with the top of the ring measuring 16.3mm by 12mm across and leads to the beautiful tapering band that feels so smooth to the touch. With the multiple claws adding to the charm and character of the design, this is a ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# U049 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
Here is a very beautiful handmade Art Deco diamond engagement ring made in the 1940's, that looks as elegant and fashionable today as when it was made all those years ago. Made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, the quality that is achieved in hand making a ring is so much stronger and more detailed than many of the mass produced rings today and also shows that it is possible to get a handmade ring in both gold and platinum for less money than many people would expect. Sitting and sparkling beautiful in the centre is a 0.38 carat round brilliant cut diamond that is highlighted with a beautiful design on each shoulder that leads to the elegant band. This is a lovely example of a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will always look and feel so beautiful on the finger where it will always be admired. Stock# ES8506 Circa: 1940 $Sold.
There is something so special about jeweller from the Art Deco period of the 1920's to the 1940's, and here is a marvelous genuine Art Deco diamond ring made in France in the 1930's that would not only suit any finger and occasion, but also make a wonderful diamond engagement ring. Hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum, in the centre is lovely early brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.58 carats and is set in a beautiful raised scalloped setting with claws that not only securely hold the diamond, but also accentuate the diamond and design. And then around the diamond are five single cut diamonds on the top and bottom as well as a section on each side of a further four single cut diamonds. These diamonds all come together to total 0.46 carats and sparkle magnificently. With French hallmarks on the band, this ring truly exemplifies fine quality French jewellery from the fabulous Art Deco era. Stock# ES8562 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Made in such a timeless and elegant design, this Art Deco solid opal and diamond ring hand made in the 1930's in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum and still looks as beautiful today as when it was made. Sitting in the centre is a lovely Australian solid white opal opal which measures 0.30 carats. With Australia being the home to approximately 90 to 95% of the worlds opals, Australian opals are also regarded as the worlds finest. With an early round brilliant cut diamond set on each side to add to the sparkle of the ring, the diamonds total 0.04 carats and lead to the beautiful platinum shoulders with the most charming detail that highlights the quality of this ring. Still looking as beautiful today as when it was made, this Art Deco opal and diamond ring is justÂ perfect for any finger and occasion. Stock# ES8535 Circa: 1930 $Sold.