A Belle Epoque diamond ring, 1910. Originally purchased in Paris in 1910 as an engagement ring, this ring was lost in a game of cards to an unscrupulous Duke before it could be presented to the intended bride-to-be. Not long after, the Duke also lost the ring during one of his infamous parties. In 1990, the Duke’s great grand daughter found the ring while searching for her lost hamster. The diamond had been buried under the floorboards of the family’s home for almost 100 years.
Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Ring, A rich and radiant Colombian emerald, weighing .65 carat, beams from within a sparkling diamond frame bookended by diamond-set flares on each shoulder. This classic Art Deco beauty is finished with a lovely scroll work under gallery.
Understated style meets exuberant sparkle in this traditional and tailored vintage solitaire engagement ring, crafted in platinum over 15 karat gold, starring a brilliant bright white European-cut diamond, weighing 1.38 carats. The scintillating stones shines between slender rows of small channel-set Euro-cut diamonds leading to a sleek knife-edge ring shank. Timeless. Currently a relatively petite ring size 4 3/4.