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Dating from the early 1900â€™s comes this charming antique rose gold 5 stone amethyst ring that sits so well on the finger and will suit any woman of any age. Made in 9ct rose gold, the colour of the rose gold has that wonderful warm tone to it that compliments the five amethysts so well. Rose gold also looks so beautiful on the skin and has surged in popularity in recent years, whereas this was a very common colour of gold years ago. The five amethysts are matched so well in colour and from left to right, it measures 18mm across by 5.3mm wide at the centre amethyst. Stock# ES7371 Circa: 1900 $Sold
The term â€śMizpahâ€ť comes from the Book of Genesis and means â€śMay God look after Me and Thee while we are absent from one anotherâ€ť and was often given as a good luck for a safe return. And the word Mizpah can be seen here in this 18ct antique diamond Mizpah ring made in 1876. With an elegant tapering band that goes from 6.5mm wide at the top to 3.5mm on one side are the letters â€śMIZâ€ť and the other â€śPAHâ€ť with the gorgeous mine cut diamond in the centre. This style of ring not only sits so well on the finger, but it is also a wonderful testament to a bygone era and will continue to be loved and cherished and a fantastic talking point every time that it is worn. Click here for a brief article on Mizpah jewellery: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/history-of-mizpah-jewellery/ Stock# ES7533 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1876 $Sold.
Here is an absolutely stunning 18ct gold Retro era straw coloured Ceylonese sapphire ring that is destined to always stand out and be admired every time that it is worn. Hand made in 18ct rose and yellow gold in France in the 1940's, jewellery of the Retro era can be easily characterised by large bold designs that were often made in rose gold. 18ct rose gold has such a wonderful warm tone to it which can be seen in this ring and then the claws are made in 18ct yellow gold for a contrasting difference and to highlight the natural straw colour from the sapphire. Sitting proudly in the centre, the straw coloured sapphire measures an impressive 14.30 carats and has been independently certified by Gem Studies Laboratory as an unheat treated natural Ceylonese sapphire. Heat treating gemstones has been done for centuries and is more common than not with sapphires and rubies, however to find one that has not undergone any treatment makes it that much more special and unique. GSL Straw sapphire certificate Measuring 15.6mm wide at the top, from the side you can also view the wonderful hand made detail that went into making this ring and shows the true quality of the jeweller who produced this ring. Retro jewellery has become so popular and sought after in recent years, and with this Retro sapphire ring, it is so easy to see why. Stock# T765 Circa: 1940 $Sold.
Here is a real statement ring that will always be admired - a lovely smoky quartz and pearl Retro era ring from the 1940's. Retro jewellery of this era has become so popular and sought after in recent years, thanks in part to the large bold designs that look amazing whether it be a ring, brooch or even a watch. This Retro ring is made in 14ct gold and is set with a 3 carat smoky quartz that has such a wonderful tone and hue to it. Sparkling in the day or night, it is surrounded by twenty seed pearls to highlight the design and adds an elegant charm and quality to the ring. Measuring 16.3mm in diameter, this ring will always be admired whenever or where ever it is worn. And then from the sides the detail that went into making this ring is just wonderful and showcases the quality and attention to detail that went into making this ring and shows why Retro jewellery is definitely back in fashion today. No matter the time of day or night, this Retro era ring is certainly going to be noticed and admired. Stock# ES7715 Circa: 1940 $Sold.
This hand made 18ct and platinum Art Deco diamond ring made in France in the 1920's, is just so elegant and refined, and would not only suit any finger, but also make a wonderful and very unique engagement ring. Jewellers of the Art Deco period really knew how to embrace the wonderful quality of platinum that allows it to be drawn into a fine wire, all the while retaining so much strength to hold and support the diamonds. This can be seen in the setting at the top that has the most wonderful design and pierce work and the diamonds themselves are millgrain set which is the elegant crimping along the edge of the setting. Sitting proud in the centre is a 0.22 carat early brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.22 carats. Then to add even more sparkle to the ring, there are four single cut diamonds and ten rose cut diamonds. These additional diamonds come together to total 0.11 carats and the top of the ring measures 11.3mm from left to right, by 10.7mm. Even from the side there is a very beautiful design that showcases the quality and beauty of Art Deco rings and why they are so popular today as when they were made all those years ago. This is a lovely example of a very attractive and neat Art Deco diamond ring that is perfect for any occasion. Stock# ES7695 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is a magnificent antique pearl and diamond ring with exquisite scroll work sides that is so beautiful to admire from the top as it is from the sides. Not only was this ring so beautifully hand made in the 1890's, it is also still in incredible condition even well after 100 years have passed. Made in 18ct gold the ring is set with three pearls and highlighted by two antique European cut diamonds set on each side of the centre diamond. These diamonds total 0.40 carats and from one end pearl across to the other end pearl, this distance measures 17.9mm by 7.2mm wide at the centre. Antique diamonds have all the charm of being cut by hand and add the perfect amount of sparkle to an already incredible beautiful ring. And then there is that stunning work on the side. The scroll work is just incredible and will have you admiring the side of the ring, just as much as the top. It is incredible to see the quality and craftsmanship that went into making this ring, and gives you a real appreciation for what was created. From all angles, this is one of the finest scroll work rings that you could ever hope to find that is in superb condition and destined to always be loved and admired. Stock# ES7707 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is such a sweet hand made 18ct gold Edwardian era double diamond cluster ring that sits so elegantly on the finger. Dating from the early 1900's, the diamond cluster design is one that has been around for many more years and has never gone out of fashion or style. This one is even more unique by having not one but two diamond clusters that accentuate and highlight one another. Each cluster is set with the one central diamond surrounded by six more bringing the total diamond weight in this ring to 0.14 carats. With a lovely smooth feel to the ring and sitting nice and flat on the finger, this diamond ring is so comfortable and practical to wear all the time. Measuring 12.2mm across from one cluster to the other, this ring will suit any finger including and is sure to always be loved and cherished. Stock #ES7709 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
The buckle ring design was popular during the Victorian era of the 1800's, and here is a lovely 18ct antique buckle ring made in 1878. With the distinct advantage of sitting nice and close to the finger, this means that 140 years later, it is still in superb condition. The attractive design of the buckle combined with the smooth polished gold will allow this to be worn with other antique rings as well as modern contemporary jewellery and fit right in. Measuring 8.1mm wide at the buckle section and 4.7mm wide at the back, this is such a comfortable ring to wear on any finger as well as anytime of the day or night. Stock# ES7701 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1878 $sold
Here is a very attractive and elegant antique diamond engagement ring set with mine cut diamonds that has all the charm and character of yesteryear. Made in the late Victorian period of the 1890's, the five mine cut diamonds total 0.50 carats and have so much charm and sparkle to them. They are G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity. Measuring 3.7mm wide at the centre by 13mm across, this engagement ring will easily accommodate a wedding band along side. There is something so special about antique engagement rings, and this one set with mine cut diamonds is just delightful. Stock# T736 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
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.
This is a very elegant and beautiful Art Deco engagement ring set with a mine cut diamond that has all the charm of a wonderful bygone era. Hand made i n18ct yellow gold and platinum, the ring is set with a mine cut diamond in the centre that measures 0.40 carats. Mine cut diamonds are often known as "cushion cut" diamonds as there shape somewhat resembles a cushion. Genuine antique diamonds have become so popular in recent years and adds such a wonderful unique aspect to an engagement ring. Highlighted by the two diamonds set on each shoulder, the detail in the setting is wonderful and is typical of the fine work associated with the Art Deco period of the 1920's. Measuring 4.5mm wide at the centre by 14mm across from one end diamond to the other, this engagement ring will also easily accommodate and wedding ring sitting along side. There is nothing quite like Art Deco jewellery and nothing quite like a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring to adorn your finger. Stock# ES7655 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is such a beautiful hand made platinum Art Deco diamond engagement ring that dates from the 1920's. The exquisite detail in this ring will have you admiring it every time that you look at it on your hand. In the centre is a semi-modern cut diamond that measures 0.44 carats and on the shoulders are diamonds to add to the sparkle. And then from the other sides, there are even more diamonds to accentuate the ring even more and highlight the gorgeous detail. All of these additional diamonds total 0.16 carats and shows the quality of craftsmanship that went into making this ring all those years ago. With the pure white colour of the platinum highlighting the sparkle from the diamonds, this is a stunning example of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring at its finest. Stock# ES7632 Circa: 1920 $Sold.