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This is a wonderful and very attractive ring that would not only suit any finger, but also make a beautiful engagement ring to be loved and adored. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in the early 1900's, in the centre sits a beautiful natural sapphire that measures 0.85 carats and has such a fine blue colour. Surrounded by ten single cut diamonds that total 0.40 carats, the ring measures 10.1mm in diameter and the proportions are just perfect. This ring sits so well on the finger, that it will feel like that you have been wearing it forever. As beautiful today as when it was made over 100 years ago, this ring is sure to always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9590 Circa: 1910 $Sold
This beautiful ring was made well over 100 years ago, yet it is in a style and design that will no doubt always be admired and get the attention that it rightly deserves. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in the 1890's, in the centre is a lovely mine cut diamond that measures 0.14 carats which is then highlighted by four rose cut diamonds that total 0.06 carats. With a vibrant ruby set at each end that total 0.28 carats, both the rubies and the diamonds are set into such a beautiful setting that has the stones recessed into the setting which adds so much charm and character to the ring. Measuring 8.4mm wide at the centre, the ring then tapers down towards to back to 1.8mm, this ring feels so sleek and comfortable on the finger. Perfect for any finger and occasion, this antique ruby and diamond ring is as beautiful today as when it was made during the wonderful Victorian era. Stock# ES9483 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Natural zircon is an amazing stone to look at and should not be confused with the man-made synthetic cubic zirconia, and here is an amazing natural green zircon and diamond cluster ring that was made in the Art Deco period of the 1920's. Hand made in 18 carat yellow and rose gold for a wonderful point of difference, in the centre sits the amazing zircon that measures 1.17 carats in weight. The reason that zircon looks so good is that it has an extremely high refractive index - the speed of light as it enters and exits the gemstone - which makes it sparkle so great.Â The colour of this zircon is just amazing and really unlike any other green gemstone such as emerald, peridot or tourmaline. The colour looks even better on the finger and then with the zircon surrounded by fourteen single cut diamonds as well as a further single cut diamond set on each side. These diamonds come together to total 0.48 carats and the cluster section measures 11.7mm by 9mm across. With such a unique and wonderful gemstone in the centre, this Art Deco ring is truly as unique as it is beautiful. Stock# ES9489 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is such an elegant example of a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring that was made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1930's and will never go out of fashion or style. Art Deco jewellery often incorporated a "shape in a shape" design, where two different shapes coexist, and this can be seen perfectly here where there are three round early brilliant cut diamonds, each set into an eight sided octagonal setting. This is such a simple yet elegant way to set the diamonds and is typical of the beauty seen in genuine Art Deco engagement rings. The diamonds total 0.86 carats and sparkle so well and are set on a very elegant knife edge band that sits on the finger perfectly. Measuring 4.9mm wide at the centre by 14.5mm across, this is a perfect example of a genuine Art Deco diamond ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9559 Circa: 1930 $Sold
This vintage diamond engagement ring has so much charm and detail to it and was so beautifully hand made towards the end of the Art Deco period. By far Art Deco engagement rings are as popular today as when they were made, and this one showcases the beauty of the designs of the era so well. Hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum, in the centre sits a lovely 0.46 carat diamond that is G in colour and Si in clarity and sparkles so well. However like many rings of this era, it is not just the diamond that is beautiful as the setting supporting the diamond is so beautiful to admire from all sides. The detail is so beautiful and will have you admiring it every time that it adorns your finger. As elegant today as when it was made, this Art Deco diamond engagement ring is just perfect. Stock# U184 Circa: 1940 $Sold
This ring was made during the Edwardian era in 1908 and looks so elegant on the finger and is perfect to be worn alongside other antique rings or modern rings and always fit right in. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring is set with three natural rubies that total 0.18 carats with one European cut diamond set on each side of the centre ruby. These diamonds total 0.08 carats and it is not only the lovely rubies and diamonds that make this ring so stylish, it is also the very beautiful design and shape of the ring. Measuring 6.6mm by 14.6mm across, this is a wonderful ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9488 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1908 $Sold
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.
There is something so special and romantic about having a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring on your finger, and here is such a lovely example that has so much fine detail that will have you admiring it every time that you look upon it. Made in the 1930's in platinum, the detail in this ring is just wonderful and highlights the beauty of hand making a piece of jewellery combined with how fine platinum can be drawn into when making it into jewellery such as a ring. Although white gold is a fabulous metal used for centuries in jewellery making, it simply cannot be made as fine as platinum which was embraced by many jewellers of the Art Deco era. Sitting in the centre is a lovely 0.50 carat early brilliant cut diamond that is highlighted by a single cut diamond set on each side. The way the band elegant tapers down to the half round band makes it feel so comfortable on the finger, and the detail from all sides of this ring is truly amazing. Made in a design that will always look so beautiful, this is a truly romantic and gorgeous Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will always be loved and treasured. Stock# U178 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
The colour of the turquoise in this ring is just gorgeous which is complimented further by the border of rose cut diamonds. Hand made in 18 carat gold in the 1880's, this ring will suit any finger where it will certainly stand out every time that it is worn. For centuries, turquoise has been prized for its beautiful colour, and this ring shows why. The rose cut diamonds total 0.10 carats, and the ring measures 6.8mm wide by 15.7mm across the finger and sits perfectly and will look so elegant on its own or along with other antique rings to showcase the beautiful designs that were made all those years ago. So charming and delightful, this antique turquoise and diamond ring is as beautiful today as when it was made during the wonderful Victorian era. Stock# ES9411 Circa: 1880 $Sold
Today engraving is commonly done with electric drills or quite often a design is simply stamped onto a ring, whereas this antique buckle ring has the most exceptional hand engraving all the way around that is not only truly spectacular to admire, but it also has such a wonderful tactile feel to it. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in Birmingham in 1908, the buckle design was very popular in the late Victorian era as well as the Edwardian era when this ring was made. Measuring 10.5mm wide at the buckle section to 6.9mm wide at the back, it is incredible to admire the astonishing detail in this ring which would of course taken an immense amount of time to engrave by hand. With a lovely solid heft to it, this antique ring is as incredible to admire as when it was made well over 100 years ago. Stock# ES9481 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1908 $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.