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Art Nouveau jewellery of the late 1800â€™s to the early 1900â€™s often has a sensual style and design that is so elegant such as can be seen here in this Art Nouveau pearl and diamond ring made in France in the late 1800â€™s. Beautifully designed and made in 18 carat rose and yellow gold, the flowing design looks amazing on the finger and is highlighted with three natural pearls and two rose cut diamonds that total 0.04 carats. The pearls add that lovely soft colour and the diamonds of course the sparkle. With the ring mainly made in rose gold which has that lovely warm tone to it, on the edge it is highlighted with yellow gold. Measuring 10.2mm wide at the centre, this is a beautiful and elegant showpiece of Art Nouveau jewellery of the late 19th century. Stock# ES9113 Circa: 1895 $Sold.
Made in 18 carat gold in Chester in 1904, this lovely Edwardian era ruby and diamond ring looks as beautiful today as when it was made. Both the ruby in the centre and the rose cut diamond set on each side are not only set into the band, but they are gypsy set which not only adds security to the ring, but also an extra design element. Gypsy setting is a term given 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 securing the stone in the ring. The ruby measures 0.18 carats and the two diamonds total 0.02 carats and the top of the ring has an elegant dome to it that measures 7.6mm wide and tapers down to 3.3mm wide at the back. A very simple and elegant ring that can so easily and comfortably be worn all the time. Stock# ES8793 Hallmarked: Chester 1904 $Sold.
The colour in this tourmaline is just so beautiful to admire and made even more beautiful by being surrounded by diamonds in such a traditional and elegant design. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in the early 1900's, the colour of this tourmaline has such a delicate soft pink colour to it that looks amazing on the hand. Surrounded by ten European cut diamonds, the tourmaline measures 1 carat in weight and the diamonds come together to total 0.70 carats and sparkle so beautifully. Around the edge of the setting of the diamonds, is an elegant crimped design called millgrain setting which adds that extra element of beauty to an already truly exceptional ring. The gorgeous colour of this tourmaline will have people admiring it every time it is worn, and would suit any finger including making such a wonderful engagement ring. Measuring 11mm across by 12mm, this ring sits so well on the finger and no matter the occasion, will always be loved, admired and cherished. Stock# ES9135 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
Here is a very elegant Art Deco diamond engagement ring made that was handmade in the 1930's in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum that was made in a design that has never gone out of fashion or style and will always be admired. In the centre is one early brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.34 carats and is set in platinum claws to allow the maximum amount of light to enter the diamond. And on each side are not only two more diamonds, but they also graduate in size with the two larger ones at the top weighing 0.03 carats each and the lower ones weighing 0.02 carats each. This ring sits perfectly on the finger and will easily accommodate a wedding band worn along side, completing a perfect look to a perfect engagement ring. Stock# ES8844 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
This ring is so sweet and charming and sits so well on the finger where it will always be loved and admired. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in 1902, the ring is set with three lovely natural rubes that total 0.08 carats and two single cut diamonds that total 0.02 carats. Measuring 5.8mm wide at the centre by 12.2mm across, the way the rubies and diamonds have been set is so attractive and makes it stand out on finger. This design will also easily allow it to be worn with other antique rings as well as modern rings and fit right in. Perfect for any woman of any age, this is a perfect example of a genuine antique ruby and diamond ring that will never go out of fashion or style. Stock# ES8806 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1902 $Sold
This antique sapphire and pearl ring will so easily suit any woman of any age and sits so well on the finger. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in the late Victorian era of the 1890's, in the centre is a lovely natural sapphire that measures 0.18 carats and is gypsy set which is a term given when there is a star pattern surrounding the stone 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. Then there is the pearl that is set on each side which highlight both the blue of the sapphire and the yellow from the gold, and then if this wasn't enough, there is the attractive engraved shoulders that highlight the ring even further. Measuring 4.8mm wide at the centre and tapering down to an elegant 2mm wide at the back, this is a perfect example of an antique ring that can so easily be worn by any woman of any age without breaking the bank and always looking so elegant. Stock# ES8798 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is an absolutely gorgeous genuine Art Deco diamond eternity ring that was hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum in the 1920's. Set with six European cut diamonds that total 0.42 carats, each diamond is beautifully set into their own box shaped setting and measures 3.6mm wide at the top and tapers elegantly down to 2.5mm wide at the back. Not only is this ring set with beautiful antique cut diamonds, but the band itself is beautifully and expertly hand engraved all the way around that adds to the charm and character of the ring even further. This diamond eternity ring is as beautiful today as when it was made and will no doubt always be loved and admired. Stock# U132 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a beautiful antique diamond engagement ring that was made 135 years ago, and looks as beautiful today as when it was made and is set with the beautiful mine cut diamonds. Mine cut diamonds were first cut at the start of the 18th century and were the first diamond to have fifty eight facets like today's modern round brilliant cut diamond. The mine cut diamond is also known as cushion cut diamonds and so-called as they are not perfectly round and resemble a cushion shape around the side. So full of charm and character combined with being cut entirely by hand, there is nothing quite like genuine antique mine cut diamonds. The diamonds total 1.07 carats, and the ring was hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and has the most elegant claw setting from the side which not only looks so beautiful but also allows the maximum amount of light to enter and dance through each of the diamonds. Measuring 5.5mm wide at the centre by 16mm across, this ring sits perfect on the finger and is such a delightful and charming example of a genuine antique diamond engagement ring. Stock# ES9103 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1885 $Sold
Black and white is such a winning combination and was embraced by the jewellers of the Art Deco era of the 1920's to the 1940's, and here is a magnificent Art Deco onyx and diamond ring hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum. So elegant and refined, in the centre sits one round early brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.30 carats, and is highlighted by four rose cut diamonds that total 0.02 carats and accentuate not only the diamond in the centre but also the design as a whole. With the top measuring 18.8mm by 13.7mm, this is a ring that sits so well on the finger and makes such an impact that it will no doubt always be admired. Stock #ES9099 Circa: 1930 $Sold
Here is a very stylish antique 18 carat yellow gold signet ring that was made in 1917 and has such a wonderful solid feel to it, combined with a very tactile smooth finish to it. Designed with a shield shape at the top which has been left plain, it can continue to be left as it is or there is the option to have it engraved with initials, monogram or family crest. Measuring 12.3mm across by 13.6mm, this antique signet ring has a look and design that will always be in fashion and always look great on the finger. Stock# ES8729 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1917 $Sold.
The gypsy setting is a term given 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 simple yet elegant feature adds such a lovely aspect to the ring and here is a very beautiful antique gypsy ring that dates from the early 1900's. Made in 18 carat gold, the ring set with three European cut diamonds that total 0.11 carats and have all the character of being cut by hand all those years ago. With a lovely smooth finish around the entire ring, at the centre it measures 6.6mm wide and tapers to 2.8mm wide at the back of the ring. So comfortable and easy to wear all the time, this is a lovely example of a genuine antique diamond ring that looks as beautiful now as when it was made. Stock# ES8787 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
This antique sapphire and diamond ring was made in the 1890's, and thanks to its design where both the sapphires and the diamonds are set low into the band, this is such a comfortable and practical ring to wear all the time. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, it is set with three beautiful natural sapphires that total 1.10 carats four single cut diamonds that total 0.06 carats, and all are set into a sunken recess that feels so smooth to the touch. Quite often there are antique rings such as this one that is well over 100 years old, yet thanks to its design, still retain a very modern and sleek look to it that will allow it to easily be worn alongside modern rings as well as antique rings. Stock# ES8784 Circa: 1890 $Sold.