Handmade just for Merkley Kendrick in bright platinum this ring holds 3 prong set diamonds of the highest quality. The center round brilliant stone measures 3.80 carats of L color VS2 perfection. The 2 round brilliant side stones weigh combine 2.4 cttw and boast K-L color VVS1 to compliment the center show stopper. The setting has cutouts on all sides for maximum light, and rises10mm up off of the finger. This ring would make the perfect anniversary ring, a knockout right hand ring, and an exceptional engagement ring.
A classic design with a twist, this 18 karat rose gold east-west marquise cut solitaire, is a modern take on the traditional style. The exquisitely cut diamond is bezel set into a high polished setting that tapers to a light knife edge shape and weighs .96 carats. It measures 6 mm at it's widest place and rises 4 mm up off of the finger. A matching contour band would complete this look and take it to the next level of chic.
This platinum handmade vintage ring features an exceptionally well proportioned Old European cut diamond weighing .91 carat E color VVS2 quality. The diamond is of exceptionally high quality for a piece of that era. It has great fire and brilliance beautifully complimented by matching channels of blue sapphires, 16 bead set single cut diamonds weighing .12 cttw which reach down the shoulders surrounded in directional filigree engraving. A truly amazing ring for you or someone you love. It measures 6.2 mm diameter, rises 5.5 mm up off of the finger from a 1.5 mm shank.
Delicate vine like swirls have been crafted into this 18 karat white gold vintage ring, and prong set with a .24 round brilliant diamond with a tiny chip, not visible to the naked eye, which adds character to the piece. The band measures 7 mm wide and is 1.5 mm thick. The diamond rises 5.5 mm up off of the finger.
Crafted in 10 karat yellow gold this vintage Claddagh ring is a well balanced version measuring 10 mm at its widest place and is attached to a 2.2 mm low dome shank.
In the Claddagh the crown represents loyalty, the heart represents love, and the hands represent friendship. It is widely known as a symbol for great friendship. This ancient Gaelic design is also used in engagement rings and in traditional wedding rings for the Irish. If worn on the right hand with the heart facing out it means you are single, facing in means you are dating someone. If worn on the left hand with the heart facing out it means you are engaged and facing in you are married.
This vintage 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring features an open scroll motif of garlands, lillies, and floral accent cutouts which perfectly compliment the .69 carat Old European Cut center diamond. The gallery rises 7.3 mm up off of the finger and measures 9 mm diameter which tapers to 2 mm wide before transitioning to a high polished 1 mm shank. Not to be fooled by the delicate apperance, the die-struck process that created this ring makes the strongest gold rings you can wear.
This vintage 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring features an open latice motif of heart shapes and stacked heart shapes on cutouts which perfectly cradle the 6 prong set .59 carat Old European Cut center diamond. The heart shaped gallery measures 8 mm diameter and tapers to 1.5 mm wide. The ring rises 6 mm up off of the finger.
This vintage 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring features an open scroll motif of garlands and stacked cutouts which perfectly accent the .39 carat Old European Cut center diamond. The gallery measures 8.5 mm diameter and tapers to 2 mm wide. The ring rises 6 mm up off of the finger.
This vintage Art Deco 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring is set with an Old European Cut diamond weighing .45 carats. The diamond is held in place by 6 perfect prongs and sits a top a floral motif shank that has tiny shamorocks and swirling cutouts. The gallery measures 7.5 mm diameter. The shank is a strong but dainty 1 mm and the gallery rises 6 mm up off of the finger.
This vintage Art Nouveau 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring features a floral motif of leaves and flowers which perfectly set off the exceptionally beautiful 1.31 carat Old European Cut center diamond. The gallery of this ring measures 9 mm diameter and rises 7.5 mm up off of the finger.
Not your traditional halo ring, this 18 karat white gold ring was made with two rows of diamonds leading up to a cushion shaped halo surrounding an exquisite round brillant diamond. The center diamond weighs 2 carats and there are 120 bead set full cut diamonds weighing together .80 cttw that crawl down the shoulders of the ring accented by a light milgrain edge. The cushion gallery measures 11 mm across and rises 10 mm up off of the finger from the 2.5 mm split shank.
This vintage Art Deco 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring is set with an Old European Cut diamond weighing .37 carats. The diamond is held in place by 4 perfect prongs and sits a top a geometric design that looks both floral and geometric at the same time. 2 French cut blue sapphires have been flush set on either side of the center diamond. The shank is a strong but dainty 1 mm and the gallery rises 6 mm up off of the finger.
Sometimes one color of metal just isn't enough...you want it all! This unique ring is made of both 14 karat white and yellow gold which intertwined together in layers with yellow gold being the predominate color of this piece which has been bezel set with a princess cut diamond weighing .16 carat. This ring has a very low profile and rises only 2.5 mm up off of the finger and measures 7 mm at its widest and then tapers to 3.5 mm at its most narrow on the underside. This piece would make an excellent right hand ring, or even as a modern engagement ring.
Right or left hand? That is the question you will need to ask yourself when styling this breathtaking platinum, Oscar Heyman designed, 3 diamond ring. The central diamond measures 5x7 mm and the 2 side diamonds measure 6x4 mm. The stones rise 4.5 mm up off of the finger. The diamonds weigh 1.47 cttw. with one of the side ovals being chipped but not visible to the naked eye it only adds to the uniqueness of this hand built vintage piece.
Art Deco sculpture for your hand. This beautiful geometric 18 karat yellow gold setting holds .92 cttw of diamonds which encrust the top of this ring like light coming out of the windows of an modern skyscraper. Right or left hand ready for any occasion.
Past. Present. Future. Nothing is more symbolic of this than a 3 stone ring. This lovely vintage piece has 3 diamonds weighing in at just under 1 cttw which are prong set in 14 karat white gold with the full pavilion of the diamonds exposed for more light to pass through resulting in an abundance of flash and flare!
18 karat Yellow and White Gold Semi-mount Diamond Ring
This mixed metal vintage semi-mount diamond ring is ready for the center stone of your dreams. Made with18 karat white and yellow gold, you get the best of both worlds as it comes to metal coloring. The graduated bar set and bead set round brilliant cut stones weigh a combine .84 cttw and will compliment any color center stone of your choice.
18 Karat White Gold Asymmetrical Channel Set Diamond Band
This die-struck band is angled with a purpose. It is meant to be purchased in a set of two and worn on either size of another ring. It really compliments a center ring well! There are .42 carats of diamonds channel set in 18 karat white gold.
This is a true local favorite and classic Kentucky cluster style ring. There is .50 carat of round brilliant diamonds set into vintage 10 karat yellow gold ring ready to complete your Kentucky Derby Day outfit or to wear everyday.
The filigree work on this vintage Art Deco ring is definitely something to behold. Delicate lattice like cuts and a lovely floral motif have been die-struck into this 18 karat white gold vintage ring, and set with an exceptional .30 carat round brilliant cut diamond.
This platinum Art Deco Era ring is set with two Old European Cut diamonds weighing a total of .50 carat and four Old European Cut diamonds weighing a total of .36 carat. Unique and lower profile rings of the era. A very special look for you or someone you love.
14 Karat Yellow Gold Emerald Cut Diamond and Sapphire Ring
This 14 karat yellow gold diamond and sapphire ring, custom made circa early 1980's, is prong set with a .98 carat emerald cut diamond of G color, VS2 clarity. There are four round brilliant cut diamonds equaling .50 carat that are bar set, and eight round Ceylon cut sapphires of "electric" blue color weighing a total of approximately 1.40 carats. This ring is ready to be something blue for your wedding or a treasure to mark any special occasion.
This antique handmade platinum ring features three Old European Cut diamonds weighing a total of .42 carat and ten round single cut diamonds weighing a total of .17 carat all bead set into the square face which floats above the wider shank perfectly crafted for balance while wearing.
This Art Deco 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring is set with a 1.23 carat Old European Cut diamond of VS clarity. The show stopping diamond is held in place by 6 perfect prongs and sits a top a geometric design that looks both architectural and delicate at the same time.
This Art Deco era diamond engagement ring is often referred to as “the feather ring” because the pattern on the filigree is incredibly fine. It is set with a 1.03 carat Old European Cut diamond. Created in 18 karat white gold by the die-striking method, which creates the strongest rings ever made. Good for another 100 years!
14 Karat Yellow Gold Art Nouveau Diamond Filigree Ring
This platinum Art Deco handmade ring has a 2.14 carats Old European Cut center diamond with twenty-four round bead set single cut diamonds equaling .33 carat sprinkled across the low set filigree face. Even the tops of the prongs holding the center diamond are set with tiny sparkling diamonds ensuring no details were spared when hand crafting this amazing piece.
This vintage Belais 18 karat white gold ring was made by hand sometime in the 1920's-1930's. It is set with a goregous .51 carat Old European Cut H/VS2 diamond. The Belais Manufacturing Co., founded by David Belais (1863 – June 5, 1933), was among the early manufacturers of white gold jewelry in the United States. During the late 19th and early 20th century, they experimented with various alloys for white gold as a substitute for platinum in jewelry, which was restricted during World War 1. Their mix of white gold was patented in 1920, composed of gold, zinc, and nickel.
This vintage Art Deco 18 karat white gold ring features a .72 carat Old European Cut diamond of VS1 clarity and twelve accent round single cut diamonds weighing a total of .15ct. Even with the architectural stair step styling down each side of this ring it still boasts a lower profile than some other diamond rings of the Art Deco era.
18 Karat White Gold Art Deco Diamond Ring with Sapphire Accents
This handmade Art Deco 18 karat white gold diamond ring is Buttercup set with a 1.01 carat Old European Cut diamond of VS clarity and four French cut synthetic sapphire accent stones. This piece is ready to be worn on either hand and welcomes compliments with every sparkle.
This vintage Art Deco 18 karat white gold die-struck filigree ring features a floral motif of garlands and flowers which perfectly set off the exceptionally beautiful .47 carat Old European Cut center diamond. If you look closely you can see a little snake making the shape of the letter "S" slithering down each side of the shank. Ssssstunning!
18 Karat White Gold Art Deco Diamond Ring with Sapphire Accents
This 18 karat white gold die-struck Art Deco ring features an exceptionally well proportioned Old European cut diamond weighing 1.16ct of VS quality. The diamond has great fire and brilliance which is beautifully complimented by the blue sapphire side accents. A truly amazing ring for you or someone you love.
An extraordinarily rare color for the time period, this Art Deco die-struck 18 karat white gold filigree diamond ring features a .59 carat Old European Cut D color diamond. It is sure to attract attention with its stunning center diamond and floral side motifs.
This Art Deco era die-struck diamond engagement ring is in pristine condition and features a .24ct Old European cut diamond of VS quality. A beautiful and rare find that is ready for another 100 years of wear.
Fancy colored diamond rings are a wonderful alternative for those looking to have something extra unique for their left hand companion. This 18 Karat white gold ring is prong set with a gorgeous 6x6.5 mm radiant cut diamond that has a GIA color grade of fancy light yellow and weighs 1.27 carats. The already spectacular color is highlighted by a bright 18 karat yellow gold four prong mounting with 2 trillion cut white diamonds weighing combine .72 cttw flanking each side. The shank has a tapered profile which measures 2 mm at it's widest place on the underside. This piece rises 5 mm up off of the finger and would make an equally beautiful right hand ring or an engagement ring.
The classics are the classics for a reason. The combination of a round cut center stone flanked on each side by gorgeous elongated baguette cut diamonds goes back to the 1920's and it has endured ever since. This ring has been crafted in heavy platinum and features a four prong central head that has been set with round brilliant cut diamond weighing .91 carat. A pair of tapered baguette cut diamonds are set on each side, in a channel setting, for optimum protection and a pair of full cut diamonds is perched directly above, with a combined carat weight between both cuts of .33 cttw. The ring rises 8 mm up off of the finger and the band measures 2 mm wide.
Simply elegant this 14 karat white gold solitaire ring with a high polish finish holds a bezel set rose cut diamond weighing .23 carat. The ring rises 5 mm up off of the finger and the half dome band measures 2.5 mm wide. This ring proves it doesn't take much to make a beautiful statement. Wear this ring alone in a stack or as an engagement ring.