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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 $5,200
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Jewellery made during the Art Deco period from the 1920's through to the 1940's often resulted in taking a traditional design and making it "modern" such as in this Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring made in the 1930's. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, instead of having one row of diamonds surrounding the sapphire in the centre, there are actually two clusters of diamonds - the inner cluster being set with five single cut diamonds and the outer row being set with twelve single cut diamonds. These diamonds come together to total 0.46 carats and the sapphire in the centre measures 0.16 carats. Sitting perfectly on the finger, the cluster section at the top measures 11.6mm by 10mm across and leads to the gorgeous tapered band. Made by the English jewellery company A.W Crosbee and Sons, this is a delightful and charming example of the beauty of Art Deco jewellery. Stock# ES9412 Circa: 1935 Maker: A.W Crosbee and Sons. $2,900
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There is something so captivating about a fine quality emerald, and combine this with a ring that was made during the wonderful Art Deco period of the 1920's and the result is this fabulous ring seen here. Entirely hand made in platinum, sitting proud in the centre is a magnificent natural emerald that measures 1.64 carats and not only has such a beautiful green colour to it, but truly exceptional clarity that allows you to see right through the stone. Whereas many modern emeralds that are coming onto the market are too dark or cloudy to see right through the emerald, this one has such a wonderful transparency to see all the way to the back of the stone that allows so much light to enter and dance through the emerald. Then there are the two larger European cut diamonds as well as the sixteen smaller European cut diamonds that are set into the ring that all come together to total 0.57 carats. The wonderful angular design of the setting into which the diamonds are set has the gorgeous characteristic that is so typical and sought after in Art Deco jewellery. Measuring 17.5mm across by 14.9mm, this ring sits so well on the finger and certainly makes a statement. Art Deco rings have always remained so popular, and when viewing this ring, it is so easy to see why. Stock# ES9486 Circa: 1920 $26,800
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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.
Here is a combination of a stunning emerald set among beautiful diamonds that come together in this incredible hand made ring dating from the 1920's Art Deco era that looks absolutely sensational on the finger. Hand made in 18 carat gold and platinum, the highlight of this ring is the gorgeous natural Colombian emerald that sits proudly in the centre and measures 0.74 carats and has such a fine green and superb clarity that allows you to see right through the emerald. The colour is emphasised even more as it is set in platinum which is a lovely pure white colour that makes both the emerald and diamonds stand out even more. With a larger European cut diamond set above and below, the two diamonds total 0.38 carats and then there are a total of eighteen single cut diamonds set into the setting which total 0.22 carats. The sparkle from these diamonds is wonderful as is the beautiful pierce work on the top which shows how much attention to detail went into hand making this ring all those years ago. Measuring 18.2mm across by 16.4mm, this ring sits so comfortably on the finger and will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9484 Circa: 1920 $14,650
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There is so much fine detail in this ring that not only showcases the quality of jewellery from the Art Deco era, but also what can only be achieved from hand making a ring from start to finish. Made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, the beautiful oval shape looks so beautiful on the finger and measures 22.5mm by 11.2mm across. Sitting in the centre as well at each end is an early round brilliant cut diamond, with the three having a total weight of 0.92 carats. Then there is the incredible pierce work along the top that can only be achieved in platinum, as although white gold is very strong, it can not be made fine enough to allow this work to be done. And then set into this lovely work are ten rose cut diamonds that total 0.10 carats and add a charming amount of sparkle to the ring. Set on a very elegant band, this ring not only sits beautifully on the finger, it also looks amazing and will no doubt always be admired. Stock# ES9485 Circa: 1920 $12,800
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There is so much charm and character in this engagement ring that can only be achieved by making it by hand that also makes it so much more unique and special than a ring that has been CAD designed on a computer and then made in a wax mould. Made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum towards the end of the Art Deco period in the 1940's by the Australian jewellery company Saunders, the detail from every angle of this ring is just so beautiful to admire and will make any woman proud to wear it on her finger. Set with a round brilliant cut diamond in the centre that measures 0.18 carats, the incredible scroll work surrounding this ring wil have you admiring it from every angle. Still in wonderful condition, this is such a charming example of the detail and quality that can only be found in making a ring by hand during a wonderful era. Stock# ES9255 Maker: Saunders Circa: 1940 $1,850
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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.
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.
The term â€śToi et Moiâ€ť is French for â€śYou and Meâ€ť and is used for a ring with two main stones and this is believed to have started when Napoleon gave Josephine a sapphire and diamond engagement ring in 1776, and was both a popular and romantic sentiment seen during the Art Deco period when this ring was made. Hand made in platinum, the ring is set with a gorgeous 0.52 carat European cut diamond that sparkles so beautifully and sits opposite a lovely natural pearl. Unlike cultured pearls today, it is estimated that anywhere between 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 10,000 oysters produce a natural pearl, making this ring even more special. Set on a elegant band that has been beautifully hand engraved, even viewing the ring from the sides shows the wonderful craftsmanship that went into creating this ring a century ago. As beautiful and romantic today as when it was made, this would suit any finger including making a wonderful, unique and very special engagement ring. Stock# ES9254 Circa: 1920 $6,200
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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
Australia has long been regarded as home of the worlds finest opals, and the best of the best is the infamous black opal from Lightning Ridge, and here is a truly spectacular black opal and diamond ring that dates from the equally fabulous Art Deco era of the 1920's. Hand made in 18 carat white gold and platinum by the Australian jewellery company Hardy Brothers, sitting proud in the centre is one of the most magnificent black opals that you will ever see. With a pattern that is called a rolling butterfly effect, this opal displays the complete spectrum of colours including the most wonderful and vivid red flashes throughout the stone. Measuring 2.70 carats in weight, this opal is simply breathtaking and perfectly suited to sit in such an elegant setting. From every angle this opal is spectacular and one that will always amaze you when you look at it on your finger. Set with three single cut diamonds on each side that step down towards the band, the diamonds total 0.06 carats and are all millgrain set which was a popular style during the Art Deco period, and can be seen as the elegant crimping along the edge of the setting. Complete with its original box from Hardy Brothers, this magnificent opal and diamond ring will always be admired and be a wonderful heirloom to pass down through the family. Stock# ES9202 Maker: Hardy Bros Circa: 1920 $32,500
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