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Early Art Deco Diamond and Platinum 'Moi et Toi' Ring

An American Early Art Deco platinum and diamond ring. The ring centers on 2 round old European-cut diamonds, one 2.11 carats, F color, SI-1 clarity. The second diamond weighs 2.01 carats, E color, SI-1 clarity. The ring mount has 10 smaller old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .20 carat. The ring is designed in a crossover motif, with an openwork scrollwork mounting; an exceptional "Moi et Toi" (you and me) ring. Gemologial Institute of America certificates for both diamonds. 2155876165 and 5151876348. With signed Tiffany & Co box. Toi et Moi is a ring style featuring two identical or similarly sized stones in either the same or different colors set opposite each other. The uniqueness of the Toi et Moi ring is that the stones are either complementing or contrasting, and reflect two similar or different characters. These were common engagement rings during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, symbolizing two souls that are intertwined. The ring that is believed to have started the trend was the sapphire and diamond engagement ring Napoleon gave to Josephine in 1776. Provenance: From the collection of Mrs. Wendy Gordon Rockefeller. Size: 7-3/4; this ring can be sized.

Signed: GIA certificate 2155876165 and 5151876348
Circa: 1915
Item #:  R-16101
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Early Art Deco Diamond and Platinum 'Moi et Toi' Ring

Art Deco Emerald, Diamond and Platinum Ring

An Art Deco platinum ring with emerald and diamonds. The ring centers on an emerald-cut emerald with an approximate weight of 3.37 carats, framed with round and baguette cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .60 carat. American Gemological Laboratory report stating that the stone is of Colombian origin with minor treatment. Report No. CS567792. Ring size 4-1/4; this ring can be sized.

Circa: 1920's
Item #:  R-16127
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Art Deco Emerald, Diamond and Platinum Ring

Art Deco Natural Ruby, Diamond and Platinum Ring

An Art Deco platinum ring with ruby and diamonds. The ring centers on a marquise-cut ruby with an approximate weight of 1.00 carat, and diamond set platinum filigree with an approximate total weight of 1.10 carats. Gemological Institute of America certificate #2165092948 states the ruby is natural with no indication of heat treatment. Ring size 7; this ring can be sized.

Circa: 1920's
Item #:  R-16400
Price:   $12,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Art Deco Natural Ruby, Diamond and Platinum Ring

Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin Art Deco Yellow Diamond, Emerald and Platinum Ring

An American Art Deco diamond, emerald and platinum ring by Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin. This ring has a yellow cushion-cut diamond with an approximate weight of 1.75 carats, and an emerald-cut emerald with an approximate weight of 1.65 carats mounted in a stylized Art Deco stepped platinum ring. "From the mid-1930s through the 1940s, the collaboration of the American jewelry firm Trabert & Hoeffer with the Parisian house Mauboussin produced some of the most extraordinary high-style jewels of its time. Hollywood stars such as Claudette Colbert and Marlene Dietrich appeared on-screen and off flashing the firm's historic gems mounted in diamond-studded platinum settings. Even during the Depression and World War II, Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin prospered and expanded across the country not only by continuing to supply stylish custom jewelry to celebrities and socialites, but also by marketing more affordable ornaments. Its best-known invention was the Reflection line of semi-custom jewelry—"Your personality in a jewel." Crafted from interchangeable parts, it made a bold new moderne look available to a wider range of customers by allowing them to mix and match preconstructed parts with their own choice of gemstones." The Jewels of Trabert & Hoeffer -- Mauboussin: A history of American style and innovation, Yvonne J. Markowitz et. al., Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 2014. Size: 4-3/4; this ring can be sized.

Artist: Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin
Signed: “T&HM” 3266 irid/plat
Circa: 1930's
Item #:  R-16531
Price:   $35,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Trabert & Hoeffer Mauboussin Art Deco Yellow Diamond, Emerald and Platinum Ring

Late Art Deco Diamond, Sapphire and Platinum Double Ying-Yang Ring

An American Art Deco platinum ring with diamonds and sapphires. The ring has a center old European-cut diamond with an approximate weight of .50 carat flanked by 4 calibre cut sapphires, and a round-cut sapphire with an approximate weight of .57 carat flanked by 4 single cut diamonds. The ring is made as a double gypsy ring with the diamonds and sapphires in a 'ying-yang' motif of positive-negative color. Ring size 7; this ring can be sized.

Circa: Late 1930's
Item #:  R-16696
Price:   $6,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Late Art Deco Diamond, Sapphire and Platinum Double Ying-Yang Ring

Art Deco Red Spinel, Diamond and Platinum Ring

A French Art Deco ring with red spinel and diamonds. The ring has a rectangular-cut red spinel with an approximate weight of 3.29 carats, 8 old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .64 carat, and 8 baguette diamonds with an approximate total weight of .48 carat. The ring is designed in a plaque motif with baguette steps extending from the shoulders to the center set spinel. Ring size 6; this ring can be sized.

Signed: French control mark and partial makers mark
Circa: 1930's
Item #:  R-16752
Price:   $25,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Art Deco Red Spinel, Diamond and Platinum Ring

Jung & Klitz Art Deco Jadeite Jade, Diamond and Platinum Ring

An American Art Deco platinum ring with jadeite and diamonds by Jung & Klitz. The ring has a cabochon jadeite measuring 15.90 x 11.35 x 4.28 mm, and old European-cut and bullet cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.00 carat. Mason-Kay natural color report. Made by Jung & Klitz, a New York Company active 1915-1922. "Diamond Jim" Brady was one of their clients. Ring size 4-1/2; this ring can be sized.

Artist: Jung & Klitz
Signed: Jung & Klitz makers mark
Circa: 1920's
Item #:  R-17376
Price:   $37,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Jung & Klitz Art Deco Jadeite Jade, Diamond and Platinum Ring

Retro Aquamarine, Diamond, Ruby and Platinum Ring

A Retro platinum ring with aquamarine, diamonds, and rubies. The ring has a rectangular-cut aquamarine with an approximate weight of 16.10 carats, 8 baguette diamonds with an approximate total weight of .80 carat, 28 round diamonds with an approximate total weight of .80 carat, and 8 calibre rubies with an approximate total weight of .44 carat. The jewelry historian Neil Letson coined the term "Retro" to describe the bold and vibrant jewelry of the period that ran from the late 1930s through 1950, which diverged in style from the earlier Art Deco period of the 1920's and 30's. The jewelry of the period is characterized by the bold, oversized and three dimensional use of precious metals. Retro jewels often feature massive, emerald-cut aquamarines, citrines and amethyst, accented with smaller rubies, sapphires and diamonds. Retro bracelets, watches and necklaces reflected the glamour and enchantment that Hollywood inspired during times of crisis. The movies provided a wartime escape into a world of fantasy and romance that was "larger than life". Ring size 7-1/4; this ring can be sized.

Circa: 1940's
Item #:  R-17064
Price:   $25,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Retro Aquamarine, Diamond, Ruby and Platinum Ring
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