Diamond rings: vintage & antique.
Sparklers for the right hand or the left: all oldies and goodies, from before 1970. Diamonds and colored diamonds.
A spectacular Georgian crowned heart ring dating from the 1780s. The principal stone is a stunning heart-shaped rose cut diamond set over foil in a closed, "pie-crust" silver setting, and crowned with five rose diamond accents. Further diamonds adorn the split shoulders and the band features abstract, rococo-inspired engraving.
Elegant and edgy, this stunning vintage ring leaves little to be desired. Crafted in mixed metals, 14K white and yellow gold, this statement ring creates excellent finger coverage while keeping a low profile to the hand. Set with a mixture of bright Old European cut and Rose cut diamonds, this elaborate ring features over 1.38ctw of antique diamonds. We replaced the centerpiece with a sparkling Rose cut diamond center (0.44ct) for greater durability and sparkle.
A gorgeous c. 1900 crowned double heart ring, set with two pear-shaped rose cut diamonds within a halo and beneath a crown of Old European Cut diamonds, weighing approx. 1.2 ctw, in a Georgian style closed-back foiled setting of silver-topped 18k gold. A closely related design was published in 1900 as design no. 2910 in a catalogue by Mappin & Webb (158-162 Oxford Street, London).