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Here is such a beautiful 15ct rose gold and platinum Art Deco diamond cluster ring that dates from the 1920's and is so unique for so many reasons. Hand made in such an elegant design, the band was made in 15ct rose gold. 15ct gold was used up until 1931 and the colour of the band is so beautiful with that lovely warm tone to it that looks even more beautiful on the skin. And then there are the diamonds set into platinum that really makes them stand out even more and is made even more special by having not one row of diamonds, but two. In the first row are eight single cut diamonds and in the second row a further twenty two single cut diamonds, and including the centre diamond, they come to a total of 0.51 carats. With a diameter of 10.9mm, this ring sits so well on the finger and is destined to always be admired. A very special and unique example of an Art Deco diamond ring. Stock# ES8001 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
So elegant and regal, this platinum Art Deco diamond engagement ring dating from the 1920's sits perfectly on the finger and has such an elegant style to it that has never gone out of fashion or style. Art Deco engagement rings of the 1920's are arguably the most popular today and the most common style that is reproduced, and when you see this one on your finger it will be so easy to see why. Entirely hand made in platinum, this was the precious metal of choice during the Art Deco era, as it is the purest of all the metals used in jewellery and allow for such fine detail as can be seen from the side. Sitting in the centre is a vibrant European cut diamond that measures 1.36 carats and is L in colour and very clean being VVS2 in clarity. The charm and character from a genuine antique cut diamond that has been cut by hand all those years ago adds so much more to an already very beautiful ring. The band has recently been remade by our jewellers in platinum in the exact way as the original, making this a ring that can be put on and left on for many years to come with no concern. With the most beautiful work on the setting of the diamond, this is a gorgeous Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# T446 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is such an elegant and beautiful handmade Art Deco diamond engagement ring from the 1930's that will always get the admiration that it deserves. There is something so exciting about wearing a genuine one-off engagement ring from the fabulous Art Deco period, a period of decadence and exquisite jewellery to match. Being hand made the detail that can be achieved compared to the more common cast made rings of today is immense and this ring was made in 18ct white gold and palladium. Palladium is from the same family of metals as platinum, and shares the same wonderful characteristics of being pure white and incredibly strong and durable to support not only the diamonds but the to showcase the fine detail of the setting. Sitting proud in the centre is a semi-modern cut diamond that measures 0.45 carats and is G in colour and Si in clarity and is highlighted by the five single cut diamonds set on each side. These additional diamonds total 0.05 carats and it is not just the extra diamonds that add so much charm and character to this engagement ring, it is also the design that they are set into. Measuring 5.7mm wide at the centre by 17.4mm across, this ring will easily accommodate a wedding band to sit along side to make like a marriage, a perfect match. If you have been after a special engagement ring, then this one might just be the one. Stock# T908 Circa:Â 1930 $Sold
Perfect as an engagement ring, this 18ct yellow gold and platinum Art Deco sapphire and diamond cluster ring is just perfect and destined to always be admired. Hand made in a classic design, this ring dates from the 1920's and is set with a beautiful natural sapphire measuring 1.10 carats. With such a fine blue colour to it, the colour and transparency is exactly what is so sought after. Surrounded by ten European cut diamonds that total 0.80 carats, the sparkle from these diamonds is just fantastic. Leading to a lovely smooth band that will accompany a wedding band so well, even if worn on a different finger there is little doubt that this ring will always get the admiration that it deserves. Stock# ES7921 Circa: 1920 $Sold
There is something so special about wearing a genuine Art Deco ring on your finger, and this beautifully handmade 18ct yellow gold and platinum Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring is just so beautiful. Made in the 1920's, the ring is set with a square sapphire in the centre which measures 0.30 carats and is surrounded by twelve diamonds that total 0.12 carats. However unlike so many modern sapphire and diamond cluster rings, when you look closely at the setting you will see the way each diamond is set into their own setting with a millgrain finish. This setting seems to capture each diamond and highlight them individually that adds so much charm and character to the ring. Measuring 8.1mm in diameter at the top, it leads to the platinum and 18ct yellow gold band and this ring will suit any finger including making a wonderful example of an Art Deco engagement ring that will always be cherished. Stock# ES7844 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Art Deco solid Lighting Ridge black opal and diamond ring. Set with a 4.10 carat solid Lightning Ridge black opal and surrounded by twenty six diamonds that total 0.52 carats. Stock# ES7849 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Antique rose gold has such a lovely tone to it as can be seen here in this antique rose gold garnet ring made in 1911. Set with an oval garnet that also has a vibrant and rich deep burgundy-red colour that combines so well with the rose gold and will make this ring always get the attention that it rightly deserves. Measuring 11.7mm wide, the band is so sleek and this ring feels so comfortable on any finger and can so easily be worn all the time. Stock# ES6286 Hallmarked: Chester 1911 $1,250
Here is a stunning Art Deco peridot and diamond cluster ring from the 1930's that was hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum and will no doubt always be admired by all who see it. With such an elegant and timeless design, this is just one of many reasons why genuine Art Deco rings have remained so popular over the years. Sitting proudly in the centre is the beautiful peridot that measures 1.55 carats and is millgrain set. Like the diamonds which are also millgrain set, this was a technique that was very popular and often seen in Art Deco jewellery and is the elegant and refined crimping along the edge of the setting somewhat akin to the edge of a coin. Adding that extra element of charm and character, it showcases how much attention to detail was put into hand making this ring all those years ago. Surrounded by fourteen Swiss cut diamonds that total 0.56 carats, the top of the ring measures 11.6mm across by 14mm and sits so proudly on the finger. So elegant and beautiful, this style and design of ring has truly stood the test of time and will suit any woman of any age. Stock# ES7908 Circa: 1930 $Sold
The history of poison rings goes back as far as Roman times and were allegedly used for poison to be secretly carried in a ring that was used to poison someone or even used to commit suicide when imminent capture was upon them, and here is a very stylish 18ct yellow gold cabochon amethyst poison ring that will always be such a talking point. Made in the 1880's, this ring was so beautifully hand made with an incredible setting that by itself will always be admired. And then there is the large cabochon amethyst sitting proudly in the centre and hiding its ominous secret. Upon lifting the amethyst from one side, the hinge opens to reveal a secret compartment. While this ring is not as old as ones from the Roman or even the 16th and 17th Century when they were also popular, it would be nice to think that this ring was designed more as a folly rather than for misgivings towards others. Measuring 21.4mm across by 22.2mm and sitting so proud on the finger, not only will this ring look amazing on the hand, but there is little doubt that this amethyst poison ring will always be such an incredible and interesting talking point and is most certainly very unique and special. Stock# ES7402 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Here is such a magnificent example of a late 19th Century antique diamond engagement ring that will always be loved and admired. Beautifully hand made in 18ct gold in the 1890's, this ring is set with five antique European cut diamonds. So popular today, European cut diamonds have made a popular choice for engagement rings today. The five diamonds total an impressive 2.20 carats and while slightly tinted being J/K in colour, they are Vs to Si in clarity and have not only a wonderful sparkle given off by them, but also have all the charm and character of being cut by hand all those years ago as well as being completely conflict free. Measuring 6mm wide at the centre by 19.7mm from end to end, when you look on both sides of this ring, you will see them most amazing and highly detailed scroll work that was made by hand and is so much better quality than modern cast made rings. From all sides and angles, this antique diamond engagement ring is just perfect and will no doubt be loved and admired and looked upon with admiration. Stock# ES7105 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Art Deco rings have never gone out of fashion or style, and here is a very beautiful Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring dating from the 1940's that will stand out from the crowd. Hand made in 4ct yellow and white gold, this ring is set with a beautiful oval aquamarine that measures 3.20 carats in size and sits so well in the ring and will certainly be admired no matter the time of day or night. Set on each side each in their individual setting, are two rose cut diamonds which add the right amount of sparkle to this ring and highlight the hand made setting beautifully. These diamonds total 0.06 carats and the ring measures 18.1mm across from one end diamond to the other side by 13.2mm wide at the centre. This ring sits so well on the finger, and with the sparkle from the diamonds highlighting the beautiful soft blue from the aquamarine, this ring is just perfect in all respects. Art Deco jewellery has that special charm and character about it, and this one most certainly does. Stock# ES7820 Circa: 1940 $Sold
Set with beautiful rubes and diamonds, this antique ruby and diamond ring from the Edwardian era also has the most beautiful scroll work on the sides and will suit any finger including making a very beautiful antique engagement ring to love and adore. Dating from the early 1900's, this ring was hand made in 18ct yellow gold and set with three vibrant rubies that display the most beautiful red. All evenly matched in colour and transparency, the rubies total 0.64 carats. Many ruby and diamond rings that are made today are set with one diamond on each side of the centre diamond, however this one has not one but two diamonds on each side. It is small features such as this that makes antique rings so beautiful and unique. With a total diamond weight of 0.06 carats, they capture the light so well and highlight those magnificent rubies. And then looking from the side you will notice the most incredible scroll work that really shows how much time and effort was put into making this ring well over a century ago. Measuring 4.5mm wide at the centre by 14.5mm across, there is nothing as beautiful or special as a genuine antique ring, and this ruby and diamond example is just perfect. Stock# ES7815 Circa: 1900 $Sold.