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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.
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 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 solid opal ring made by the early Australian company Saunders in the 1920's and set with a magnificent solid black opal from Lightning Ridge. Not only does Australia produce the most opals in the world, but Australian opals are also regarded as the best in the world, with the Lightning Ridge black opal the best of the best. This opal is just so beautiful to admire and is complimented perfectly by the elegant setting in 9 carat rose and white gold. The detail on the side is wonderful to admire and the opal measures 13.1mm by 8.5mm and from one end where the white gold starts, across to the other side, this distance measures 20mm across. The wonderful spectral colours coming from the opal is amazing covering all the colours from a rich blue to wonderful specks of green and red, showcasing just why Australian black opals are regarded so highly. From every angle this opal is just magnificent and will no doubt always be admired. Stock# T927 Maker: Saunders Circa: 1920 $Sold.
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.
There is something so special about wearing a ring on your finger that is over 150 years old that still looks and feels so beautiful on the finger where it will no doubt always be admired. This ring was made in the 1870's in 15 carat gold, and the colour of the gold has such a lovely soft tone to it that looks even more beautiful with the border of pearls surrounding the locket compartment at the top. Traditionally used to hold a lock of hair, under the rock crystal at the top of the ring, it is plain underneath and will always make this aspect of the ring such a wonderful conversation starter. Measuring 8.1mm wide by 18mm across, even the band has not been forgotten as it too is also set with three natural pearls on each side and has the most wonderful hand carving down each side that shows just how much attention and care went into hand making this ring all those years ago. From every angle, this is such a charming example of an antique ring that is as unique as it is beautiful. Stock# ES6927 Circa: 1870 $Sold
This diamond ring was made in such an attractive design that will always be loved and admired and will look perfect on any finger. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold during the Art Deco period of the 1920's, the ring is set with nine single cut diamondsÂ in a wonderful lozenge shape that makes it look so attractive on the finger. The diamonds total 0.18 carats and measures 10.1mm across in both directions, and sits so well on the finger. This is such a sweet and charming Art Deco ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9129 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a lovely antique diamond ring that looks so beautiful from every angle that you look at it, from the five gorgeous antique diamonds to the magnificent scroll work on the sides and will always be cherished, loved and admired by all who see it. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold in the late 1800's, the ring is claw set with five European cut diamonds with the centre diamond measuring 0.35 carats and the other four having a combined weight of 0.48 carats. With such a beautiful sparkle to the diamonds, combined with the fact that they were all cut by hand 130 years ago, and you have the most wonderful look for an engagement ring. And then there is the incredible scroll work on the sides which is nothing short of breathtaking and a real testament to what the jewellers could create by hand all those years ago. The detail is just extraordinary and will have you admiring it for hours on end. Measuring 4.4mm wide at the centre by 15.6mm across, this is such a perfect example of a genuine antique diamond engagement ring that will always look so beautiful on the finger. Stock# U148 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Made in 18 carat yellow gold in London in 1910, there is no doubt that this ring will always be loved and admired. Set with three beautiful solid Australian white opals from Coober Pedy, they are all matched so well in colour and capture the light beautifully. There is no other gemstone in the world quite like opal, making for each one to be so unique and special. Set on each side of the centre opal are two European cut diamonds that come together to total 0.12 carats. Measuring 7mm wide at the centre by 14.6mm across, on the side is the most delightful scroll work that adds to the charm and character of the ring even further. With beautiful opals and diamonds in a wonderful setting, this antique opal and diamond ring sits and looks perfect on the finger. Stock# ES8392 Hallmarked: London 1910 $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.