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Australian opals are regarded as the best in the world, and here is a very beautiful and elegant 18ct yellow gold Victorian antique 5 stone solid opal ring that will always be loved and admired. The five solid opals have a lovely blue body colour and wonderful red flashes running through the opals. They are all so well matched in colour and no doubt came from the same mine and piece of opal. Measuring 5.6mm wide at the centre by 17.3mm across, the ring has the perfect proportions to put on and leave on all the day and into the night. On the side is the most incredible scroll work which highlights the ring so much more. This detail is just amazing and shows the detail that was achieved well over 100 years ago. This is such an attractive example of an antique opal ring from the Victorian era that will always look so elegant on any finger. Stock# ES7467 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is such a lovely 18ct antique sapphire and diamond ring made in 1901 that will suit any finger and any occasion. Made in such an beautiful design that highlights the design of the ring as much as the sapphires and the diamond, this ring has a look that will allow it to easily be worn with other antique rings or modern rings and fit right in. In the centre is a lovely antique European cut diamond that measures 0.06 carats and is highlighted with a sapphire set on each side. These natural blue sapphires total 0.18 carats and have such a fine colour to them both, yet it is also the lovely design of the ring that adds charm and character as well. The setting for the sapphires and diamonds is sometimes called gypsy setting where the gemstone is set into the band with the lovely star pattern around the stone for added charm. Measuring 8.9mm wide at the centre by 16.5mm across, this ring sits nice and flat on the finger and is a very comfortable ring to wear all the time. This ring is such a lovely example of an antique sapphire and diamond ring from theÂ Edwardian era, that will always be loved and cherished. Stock# ES7611 Hallmarked: Chester 1901 $Sold.
Here is a very unique 18ct yellow gold antique pearl ring made in 1887 that looks so beautiful on the finger. Made over 130 years ago, it has a modern and contemporary look and design to it that will allow it to so easily be worn with modern jewellery and fit right in. With a lovely curve to the ring made up of three sections each set with nine pearls, the ring measures 5.3mm wide at the centre by 19.4mm across from where the pearls start and finish. This ring has such a wonderful tactile feel to it and is incredibly comfortable to wear all the time. The lovely unique look of this ring is why there is something so special about antique jewellery. Perfect for any woman of any age, this yellow gold antique pearl ring is so stylish and unique and will no doubt always be admired and commented on. Stock# ES7637 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1887 $Sold.
This 18ct antique sapphire and diamond ring made in 1911 sits so well on the finger and would suit any occasion. Set with three lovely sapphires that total 0.34 carats, there is a diamond set on each side to add an elegant amount of sparkle. These diamonds total 0.08 carats and sparkle magnificently and highlight not only the sapphires but the ring as well. Measuring 7.7mm wide at the centre, from one sapphire across to the other, this distance measures 13mm across and is the perfect proportion to wear all the time. Stock# ES7615 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1911 $Sold.
18ct yellow gold four stone amethyst ring made in 1922. Stock# ES7616 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1922 $Sold
Here is such an elegant Art Deco pearl and diamond ring in gold and platinum that was made in the 1920's and looks amazing on the finger. Beautifully hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, this ring is made in such an elegant scalloped shape that accentuates the finger so well. Set in the centre is a lovely pure white pearl and highlighted with two larger European cut diamonds and six smaller European cut diamonds and an additional two rose cut diamonds. All of these diamonds come together to total 0.90 carats and are set in platinum which allows for the very fine and elegant detail to be seen in this ring. Only hand making a ring and using platinum will allow for such fine work and this is why many modern mass produced cast made rings simply don't have this fine attention to detail. Click here to read a brief article on European and rose cut diamonds: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds/ Measuring 15.6mm from diamonds set on each side, by 19.7mm in length, this Art Deco pearl and diamond ring is one that will always be loved, admired and appreciated. Stock# ES7608 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Dating from the early part of the 20th century, comes this lovely Edwardian antique ruby and diamond ring made in 1903. The style and design of this ring will so easily allow it to be worn all the time, day or night and no matter where. As the rubies and diamond are all set into the band, this is such a practical and easy ring to wear all the time. With a lovely setting for both the rubies and the diamond in the form of the star pattern, the rubies total 0.10 carats and the diamond 0.03 carats. Measuring 6.9mm wide from each ruby to ruby by 2.7mm wide at the centre, the ring is further highlighted with the delightful scroll work on the sides. This is such an attractive antique ruby and diamond ring that is quite simply perfect for any occasion, and one that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES7609 Hallmarked: Chester 1903 $Sold.
There is something so special about your engagement ring that you wear with love forever, and nothing is more unique and special that a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring in 18ct yellow gold and platinum such as this one here. Beautifully and elegantly hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum in the 1930's, like so many Art Deco engagement rings, it is not just the diamond in the centre that makes the ring, but the way the detail on the side adds so much more charm and character. Leading up to the centre diamond are four single cut diamonds set on each side set into the most elegant setting. It is this small but charming detail that makes rings that are not only hand made but genuine Art Deco rings so much more special than many modern mass produced rings. These diamonds total 0.08 carats and lead perfectly to the centre where a vibrant 0.58 carat brilliant cut diamond is sitting. Being F in colour and VS in clarity means that it is lovely and white and also very clean and compliments the ring perfectly. This Art Deco diamond engagement ring is in wonderful condition and will be loved for a lifetime. Stock# T706 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is such an elegant Art Deco untreated sapphire and diamond engagement ring that has so many wonderful features and qualities to it. To begin with it was all hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum in the gorgeous hedonistic Art Deco period of the 1920's. This era created some truly stunning pieces of jewellery, such as this ring here. And then there is the lovely sapphire in the centre. For centuries people have realised that if you heat a sapphire or ruby, this will permanently its colour and clarity.This has become a worldwide accepted and common practice for sapphires and rubies and should not be confused with synthetic or man-made gemstones. However there is nothing quite like having a sapphire on your finger that has not been heat treated and is as natural as when it came out of the ground. This untreated sapphire measures 2.15 carats and has such a lovely powder blue colour to it that looks even more amazing set into the pure white colour of the platinum. Even the claws holding the sapphire are wonderful with the double claws adding that extra level of charm and sophistication to an already very beautiful ring. And then when you look closely at the setting, not only is there the most elegant detail, but there are also six diamonds that total 0.14 carats and add the right amount of sparkle, without ever taking away from the gorgeous sapphire sitting proudly in the centre. Not just for an engagement ring, this ring would also suit any other finger or occasion, and regardless the reason for it being on your finger, there is no doubt that it will always be loved, cherished and adored. Stock# T590 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Made over 130 years yet still in fantastic condition and with a look that is still so fashionable, this 18ct gold antique opal and diamond ring made in 1883 with suit any finger and any occasion. Set with three lovely solid opals, it also has four European cut diamonds to add that extra sparkle and pizazz. And it is also the design of the ring with the gorgeous setting of both the opals and the diamonds that belies its age and one could even imaging that this is a modern ring. Measuring 7.5mm wide at the centre by 17.7mm from one end opal across to the other, this is such an elegant and easy to wear ring that feels so comfortable of the finger. Solid opals are always regarded as the best as opposed to opal doublets or triplets, and combine this with diamonds in an elegant setting such as this, and you truly have such a unique and special antique ring to wear with pride. Stock# ES7488 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1883 $Sold.
Simply perfect for any occasion, comes this antique diamond ring made in 1900 in 18ct yellow gold that would suit any finger including making a very sweet and charming antique diamond engagement ring. Not only does this ring have a very unique design, in the individual box setting for each of the diamonds, the diamonds at each end and the middle diamond are set into boxes in a lozenge shape and in the second and fourth diamond, the settings are square. And to add to the unique charm and character of this ring, the three larger diamonds in the centre are European cut diamonds and the diamonds at each end are rose cut diamonds. Click here to learn about the difference between the European cut diamond and the rose cut diamond: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds/ In total the diamonds weigh 0.09 carats and from one end diamond across to the other, this distance measures 16.2mm by 6.5mm wide at the centre and as the diamonds are set into the band, this gives it a very smooth feel to it. This is such an attractive antique ring that is not only in wonderful condition well after 100 years have passed, but also looks as beautiful today as when it was made. Stock# ES7549 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1900 $Sold
Here is a very unique Art Deco diamond cluster engagement ring that is made even more beautiful not only by the diamond set on each side, but the gorgeous "frame" above and belowÂ that really adds that extra element of beauty and grace. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum in the early part of the Art Deco period, this ring truly exemplifies the ability of jewellers of this period to take inspiration of earlier designs, all the while embracing this wonderful "new" era of the 1920's. Set in the cluster is one diamond surrounded by six, with the additional diamond on each side, this brings the total diamond weight to 0.27 carats and from one side diamond across to the other, this distance measures 12.3mm by 7.3mm wide at the centre. This is such an attractive and elegant Art Deco diamond engagement ring that would also sit and suit any other finger so well. Stock# ES7531 Circa: 1920 $Sold.