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Here is such a charming and elegant Art Deco diamond ring that will surprise many when they realise that it is over 100 years old, yes still looks as beautiful and modern today as when it was made. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's, the way the square top is offset makes such an impact especially on the finger where it will always be admired. Measuring 9.2mm across in both directions, it is set with nine round early brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.18 carats. Along the edge of the border, the ring has a wonderful millgrain finish which was popular during the Art Deco period and can be seen as the elegant crimping along the edge which adds that extra character to an already very charming ring. This ring from the 1920's proves just why antique jewellery is as popular today as when they were first made. Stock# ES9509 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
This ring looks absolutely spectacular on the finger and will no doubt always get the attention and admiration that it rightly deserves. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold, this ring dates from the late 19th century and is set with three larger mine cut diamonds that total 1.26 carat and is highlighted by a further ten mine cut diamonds that total 0.90 carats. This ring sparkles so beautifully, and the setting and design of the ring captures the eye and thanks to the subtle curve to the ring, it sits so comfortably on the finger. This is a truly amazing antique diamond ring that highlights not only the quality of jewellery that was made over a century ago, but also the incredible and very unique designs. Stock# ES9230 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is such a beautiful and elegant diamond engagement ring that is the epitome of the Art Deco period of when it was made. Beautifully hand made in platinum in the 1930's, the setting and design of this ring elevates it so much further than a standard engagement ring and will have you admiring it from every angle. Sitting proudly in the centre is a beautiful European cut diamond that measures 0.68 carats and has all the charm and character of being cut by hand all those years ago. With such a beautiful sparkle to it, it is then further highlighted by three single cut diamonds on each side. However it is not just the diamonds that add charm to the ring, but the fact that they actually graduate in size so elegantly. And then if this wasn't enough, looking at the ring from the other sides there is an additional single cut diamond set into that amazing setting. All of these additional diamonds total 0.12 carats and add the perfect amount of extra sparkle to the ring. Following the band down there is such an elegant hand engraved design to finish the ring off perfectly and showcase how much thought and attention to the finest detail that went into hand making this ring all those years ago. From every angle that you look at this ring, there is no doubt that it is breathtaking and a true testament to what could be created during the wonderful hedonistic Art Deco period. Stock# ES9168 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
This beautiful aquamarine ring was made in the Art Deco period of the 1920's and showcases just why genuine Art Deco jewellery of the 1920's to the 1940's has always been so popular and sought after and never gone out of fashion or style. Hand made in platinum by the English jewellery company AW Crosbee and Sons, the design of the ring highlights what a beautiful aquamarine is set into the ring. With the aquamarine measuring 1.40 carats, the setting is so beautiful especially when viewed from the side. The detail is just exquisite and showcases not only the fine quality of work, but also a testament to the strength of the ring that can only be achieved from hand making a piece of jewellery. Measuring 8.9mm by 8mm across, this ring sits absolutely perfect on the finger where it will always be admired and treasured. Stock# ES9432 Maker: A.W Crosbee and Sons. Circa: 1920 $Sold.
It is one thing to design a ring on a computer with the help of a CAD program and have a ring cast in gold, it is another to have a ring that has been entirely made by hand in not only an antique style, but also using techniques used years ago as well as being made in a very unique colour and carat of gold. Made in platinum at the top, the rest is made in our own 16 carat gold. The story of how we came about our own 16 carat gold is published here and well worth a read: https://kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/our-own-16-carat-rose-gold/Â The colour of this 16 carat gold has such a wonderful warm tone to it that looks amazing on the skin and combine this with genuine antique diamonds set into the ring in a handmade setting, and you have a diamond engagement ring like no other. Sitting proud in the centre is a gorgeous antique mine cut diamond which measures 0.51 carats and is H in colour and Si in clarity, meaning that it faces up lovely and white and has no inclusions that you can see with the naked eye. The mine cut diamond was first cut in the early 1700's and has become so popular in recent years that modern diamond workshops in Antwerp and India have started to cut diamonds once again in this cut, however nothing beats a genuine antique diamond. Then set on each side are three single cut diamonds that have been set in such a beautiful setting with a millgrain finish. The attention to detail is just wonderful and makes this ring so exciting to look at from every angle. An engagement ring should be as unique as you and not one that is a mass produced clone, and this engagement ring is as unique and special as you. Stock# U161 $Sold
Here is a truly exquisite onyx and diamond ring that is so typical of the fine quality jewellery that was found during the Art Deco period of the 1920's when this ring was made. Beautifully hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum, the ring top of the ring measures 19.8mm in length by 7.3mm wide and accentuates the hand so beautifully and there is little doubt that this ring will always be admired. The combination of black and white works perfectly, and running down the centre are three European cut diamonds that total 0.48 carats. Set into the black onyx makes them stand out even more, and then at each end are three single cut diamonds with a further two single cut diamonds set onto each side. These additional diamonds come together to total 0.10 carats and add the right amount of extra sparkle to an already incredibly beautiful ring. Form every angle the quality of craftsmanship shows, and no matter where this ring is worn, it will always be admired and appreciated for its beautiful and elegant design. Stock # ES9236 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is a perfect example of a genuine antique ring that sits so well on any finger and is so easy to wear along side other antique rings as well as modern rings and always look so elegant. A gypsy setting is when there is a star pattern surrounding the stones in the ring which was created by the jeweller pushing into the gold resulting in not only a star pattern but also a bead to add to the security of the stone. This results in a simple yet elegant feature that adds such a beautiful aspect to the ring that highlights not just the diamonds, but the design as a whole. Measuring 7mm wide at the centre, the band tapers down to 2.1mm wide at the back and the top of the ring has a lovely dome to it that feels so smooth and elegant on the finger. Set with three antique European cut diamonds that total 0.28 carats, these diamonds have all the charm and character of being cut by hand over 100 years ago and still retaining a wonderful sparkle to them. This ring is so comfortable and practical to wear all the time and will no doubt always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9201 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1906 $Sold
This antique signet ring was made in 1897 and looks as fashionable today as when it was made well over 120 years ago and will be so comfortable and practical to wear all the time. Made in 9 carat rose gold, the colour of the gold not only has that beautiful warm tone to it, but also matches perfectly with the carnelian set on the top. Carnelian comes from the quartz family and was a traditional material that was used in signet rings and seals for centuries as it was hard and durable enough to last and is being able to be engraved with an intaglio, family crest or initials. Measuring 12.2mm by 10.6mm on the top, this leads to a very sleek and smooth band that tapers elegantly in width. With not only a lovely look but feel to it, this antique signet ring will always look perfect on the hand. Stock# ES9200 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1897 $Sold.
Here is a wonderful big, bold and fabulous ring that will always be admired every time and everywhere it is worn. Hand made in 9 carat gold in London in 1973, the simple yet elegant setting showcases the gorgeous size and colour of the citrine. The citrine measures an impressive 17.8 carats in size and in millimeters this is equal to 14.2mm across by 20.1mm. The beautiful golden colour is evenly consistent throughout the stone, and captures the light so well. Even in the evening there is no doubt that this ring will be seen and admired from across the room, and thanks to its fabulous size and design, it will always be loved and commented on. Stock# ES9196 Hallmarked: London 1973 $Sold
The style and design of this ring is exceptional and one that will no doubt always be admired by all who see it. Made entirely in platinum by the American jewellery company of S. Kind and Sons in the 1920's, the detail in this ring showcases the quality and style of Art Deco jewellery of the time. In the very centre is a beautiful rectangular old mine cut diamond that measures 0.45 carats and set above and below is an early brilliant cut diamond. With two more early brilliant cut diamonds as well as six single cut diamonds, these additional diamonds come together to add an extra 0.40 carats of diamond weight to the ring. Measuring 21mm by 12mm across, even the band is exquisite with the engraving that showcases the quality of this ring. Perfect for any finger, this ring would also make an exceptional and very unique engagement ring, and no matter which finger it is worn on, this will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9210 Maker: S.Kind and Sons Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is a truly spectacular and very unique ring that is so beautiful to admire from every angle. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in 1884, the detail in this ring is a true testament to the quality of work and craftsmanship that went into making this ring well over 130 years ago, and even after all these years, this ring is in superb condition. Set with five evenly matched cabochon cut chrysoberyls, the quality of these stones is as good as you will ever find. The beautiful unique colour from these stones makes them stand out so well on the finger and set between each stone there are two rose cut diamonds to add a charming sparkle to the ring. Measuring 8.3mm wide at the centre by 25mm across, when looking at the side, there is the most amazing detail that is simply captivating. Sitting perfectly on the finger, this antique chrysoberyl and diamond ring is truly like no other and of exceptional quality. Stock# ES9208 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1884 $Sold.
Here is a very beautiful onyx and diamond ring that was made in the late Art Deco era that not only sits so beautifully on the finger, but looks absolutely incredible and will no doubt always be loved and admired every time that it is worn. Made in 14 carat white gold, the top is set with black onyx which makes a wonderful contrast to the white gold, and measures 19.5mm by 12mm across. Then to capture the eye is a 0.02 carat diamond that adds that extra charm and character to the ring. The detail on the side of the ring is just amazing and will have you admiring the sides of the ring, just as much as the top. Perfect for any occasion, this Art Deco onyx and diamond ring will always be cherished. Stock# ES9173 Circa: 1940 $Sold