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Perfect as an engagement ring or or any other finger, this Art Deco diamond cluster ring is just perfect and designed in a style that has never and will never go out of fashion or style. Beautifully hand made in the 1930's in 18ct gold, the ring is set with one diamond surrounded by six in such an elegant setting that is very practical and comfortable to wear all the time. The diamonds total 0.13 carats and the cluster design is one that had never gone out of fashion or style. With such a charming design set with lovely vibrant diamonds, this vintage diamond cluster ring from the Art Deco era is just perfect and great value for money. Stock# ES7167 Circa: 1930 $Sold
Here is a very stylish and elegant vintage Art Deco ruby and diamond ringÂ from the 1920's that has that wonderful style and feel of the decadent Art Deco period that is as popular today as when it was made. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, this ring certainly stands out on the finger thanks to the rubies and diamonds and the design of the ring. In the centre is a diamond which is highlighted by the four triangular cut rubies that really makes this ring stand out. Then surrounding the border are twelve more diamonds with a further diamond on each shoulder. The rubies total 0.12 carats and the diamonds 0.22 carats and the diameter of the top of the ring measures 10.6mm and sits just perfectly on the finger. The style and design of Art Deco rings are just wonderful, and this ruby and diamond ring is certainly no exception. Stock# ES7138cc Circa: 1920 $Sold.
There is something so special about vintage rings from the 1920's and here is a stunning Art Deco ruby and diamond ring that dates from the 1920's and would not only suit any finger but also make a wonderful ruby and diamond engagement or wedding ring. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the ruby in the centre has such a vibrant colour to it that has such a wonderful glow of its own. Measuring 0.22 carats, it is set on the top and bottom with a European cut diamond that combined with the ruby, are all set in a wonderful open design. And then there are the additional three diamonds set on each side that add that extra charm and character. The two diamonds total 0.24 carats and the six smaller ones 0.12 carats. From one side diamond across to the other, this distance measures 13.3mm wide by 15.1mm in length and is the perfect size to love and wear all the time. For any occasion, this Art Deco ruby and diamond ring is destined to be loved and cherished. Stock# ES7137cc Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a magnificent Victorian antique diamond ring that would make a perfect diamond engagement ring thanks to its classic design, beautiful scroll work on the sides and genuine antique cut diamonds. Dating from the 1890's this diamond engagement ring is set with not just the five main diamonds but also an additional eight rose cut diamonds between each large diamond that adds that extra something special to an already gorgeous ring. The five main diamonds are the wonderful European cut diamonds. (What's a European cut diamond? Find out here: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds/) These diamonds graduate in size perfectly from smaller ones on the side to the larger one in the centre. These diamonds total 1.02 carats and are G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity and have such a wonderful sparkle to them combined with being cut by hand all those years ago. The addition eight rose cut diamonds total 0.08 carats and add that extra sparkle and pizazz and showing why there is nothing quite like a genuine antique diamond engagement ring to own and wear on your finger. Measuring 16.5mm across by 4.6mm wide at the centre, this is the perfect engagement ring proportions to wear on its own or along side a wedding band and always be loved and treasured. There is something so special about antique diamond engagement rings, and this one is certainly special. Stock# ES7158 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
The design and style of this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond cluster ring is just incredible and is sure to be loved and admired every time that it is worn. Rings made in the 1920's such as when this was made, have such a fantastic style and design that has never gone out of fashion and remain as popular today as when they were made all those years ago. Beautifully hand made in 18ct gold, the aquamarine in the centre has such a fantastic pure blue colour and measures 1.25 carats in weight. The colour of this aquamarine is such a pure blue colour that looks even more incredible on the finger and will rightly get the attention it deserves. And then surrounding the aquamarine are four larger European cut diamonds and twelve smaller European cut diamonds that give this ring such a unique look to it compared to other cluster rings. The larger diamonds total 0.32 carats and the smaller ones 0.36 carats and highlight both the aquamarine and the ring perfectly. (What are European cut diamonds? Learn about the difference of antique cut diamonds here: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds/ Measuring 12.4mm by 15.1mm it has the perfect proportions to wear all the time, and even from the side of the ring you can see how well it has been hand made and designed. No matter when this ring is worn, it will show just how perfect a genuine Art Deco ring is and why they have remained continually so highly sought after. Stock# ES7152 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Perfect for any finger or occasion including an engagement ring comes this stunning platinum emerald and diamond ring that sits perfect on the finger and look sensational thanks to the design and the superb quality natural Colombian emerald highlighted with diamonds. For centuries Colombian emeralds have been regarded as the finest in the world for good reason, and the colour and transparency in the emerald is just superb. This emerald has such a fine intense green colour and the transparency allows light to enter throughout the emerald highlighting its quality even more. Measuring 1.19 carats in weight, it is emerald cut with the most elegant platinum claws on each corner protecting the emerald so well. Set on each side is a brilliant cut diamond with the total weight of the two diamonds being 0.50 carats and the proportions are perfect to accentuate the finger and the emerald. So elegantly made in platinum, this emerald and diamond ring is just perfect to wear all the time and is sure to be admired. Stock# ES6716 Circa: 1960 $Sold
Here is a very beautiful antique opal and diamond ring made in 1908 that looks as good today as when it was made. Dating from the Edwardian era, this design was a common style from the late Victorian period of the 1890's through to the Edwardian era such as with this ring, and here you can see that the opals take precedence in the ring over the diamonds as the opals are just all so beautiful and well matched. Made in 18ct yellow gold, the three solid Australian opals would have come from Coober Pedy and from the same mine as they are all perfectly matched for colour. Then between the centre opal on each side are two diamonds that highlight not just the opals but the ring as a whole and make this ring look even more beautiful in the evening. From left to right the ring measures 16.7mm by 6.6mm wide at the centre and sits so well on the finger thanks to the elegant curve to the ring and no matter day or night will always be admired. Stock# ES6320 Hallmarked: Chester 1908 $Sold.
Here is a truly pretty and sweet Art Deco diamond cluster ring with side diamonds that looks so gorgeous on the finger would not only suit any finger, but would make an incredibly sweet Art Deco engagement ring. Beautifully hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's Art Deco era, the centre cluster is set with one rose cut diamond surrounded by six more rose cut diamonds. And then adding to the charm and character are three more rose cut diamonds on each side set into the most elegant pattern. These diamonds total 0.10 carats in weight and are all beautifully millgrain set which is the elegant crimping along the edge of the setting which really adds to the charm of the ring. From one side diamond across to the other, this distance measures 14mm by 7mm wide at the centre cluster and sits so well on the finger. Such a beautiful and elegant ring, this is sure to be loved and cherished forever. Stock# ES7096 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
There is nothing quite like a genuine antique diamond engagement ring, and nothing quite as special as when they are set with antique diamonds such as in this antique mine cut diamond engagement ring dating from the 1880's. Mine cut diamonds were entirely cut by hand and have a somewhat cushion shape to them and are also known as cushion cut diamonds or old mine cut diamonds and have such a charm and character to them and a unique shape not seen in today's modern cut diamonds.And this antique diamond engagement ring is set with five vibrant old mine cut diamonds that total 0.58 carats and have a wonderful sparkle to them that is highlighted by the claw setting which allows the maximum amount of light to enter each diamond. Set into a hand made setting in 18ct yellow gold, the ring measured 13.5mm across by 5.1mm wide and sits so well on the finger. If you have been looking for a genuine antique diamond engagement ring, then this one might just be the one. Stock# ES7074 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Dating from the 1930's comes this very elegant Art Deco emerald and diamond ring that sits so well on the finger and would also make a wonderful engagement ring. Beautifully hand made in 18ct yellow and white gold, the ring is set with a very vibrant natural Colombian emerald cut emerald that measures 1.82 carats. The colour and transparency of this emerald is just wonderful and set on each side are two diamonds with the top larger one being a European cut diamond and the lower smaller diamond being a single cut diamond. The simple elegance of graduating sized diamonds add to the quality and craftsmanship of this ring and the diamonds total 0.08 carats. The setting for the emerald measures 8.9mm by 7.9mm wide and from the white section where the diamonds are set across to the other side measures 17.2mm across. Then looking at the ring from the side, the quality in hand making this ring is again shown with the lovely 18ct white gold pillars combined with the yellow gold in such an elegant design. Art Deco rings are always so beautiful and sought after and this one is certainly no exception. Stock# T324 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is an incredibly vibrant and attractive 18ct antique opal and diamond ring dating from the Victorian era that is sure to be admired every time that it is worn thanks to the diamonds and the superb quality of the opal that sits so proudly in the centre. Beautifully hand made with the most elegant triple design shoulders on each side, this opal and diamond ring dates from the 1890's and measures 11.4mm wide by 24.1mm. The lozenge shape of the ring accentuates the finger so well and has such a regal look to it. In the centre is the fabulous and very fine quality solid Australian opal that throws out all the spectral colours and looks spectacular day or night. This opal showcases why Australian opals have always been regarded as the best of the best and it is so easy to see why when you see such a fine quality opal. Surrounding the opal are sixteen European cut diamonds with one more are each "end" of the opal. The sparkle from these diamonds is sensational and the total diamond weight is 1.65 carats. From all angles, this antique opal and diamond ring is destined to impress all who see and admire it. Stock# ES7027 Circa: 1890 $Sold
Here is an incredible antique opal and diamond ring that dates from the late 19th Century and has such a beautiful opal and such incredible incredible detail and work. Made in the 1890's in 18ct yellow gold, this ring is set with a very vibrant solid Australian opal that measures 4.20 carats. The spectral colours from this opal is just wonderful and shows why Australian opals are regarded as the best in the world. From blues and greens all the way to flashes of red, this opal is just so beautiful. Set on each side are three lovely old cut diamonds that add a wonderful amount of sparkle to the ring and highlight the opal so well. These diamonds total 1.42 carats and lead to the band with lovely detail on the sides that has been so expertly hand carved. The ring measures 20.2mm from left to right by 13mm and really makes such a statement on the finger and is sure to be admired every time that it is worn. The quality of the opal is matched so well with the diamonds and quality of craftsmanship and will be a joy to own and wear. Stock# ES7026 Circa: 1890 $Sold