An Art Deco platinum ring with diamonds and rubies. The ring has 50 round diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.20 carats, 3 square-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .90 carat, and 22 French-cut rubies with an approximate total weight of .30 carat. The ring is designed in a stack ring bombé motif.
Dimensions: Ring size 5-1/4; this ring can be sized.
An Art Deco platinum and 14 karat gold ring with diamonds and rubies. The ring is designed in a classic platinum-on-gold plaque motif, with the 3 larger diamonds architecturally framed by a middle halo of ruby, which is further accented with a ring of Old European-cut diamonds. The ring has 3 old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .60 carat, 34 rose-cut diamonds.with an approximate weight of .34 carat and 25 calibre-cut rubies with an approximate total weight of .25 carat. The ring shank is later
Dimensions: Ring size 4-3/4; this ring can be sized.
An Art Deco platinum-set diamond and sapphire ring. The ring prominently features a cabochon untreated Ceylon sapphire of 15.36 carats that has an AGL certificate. Twenty-two round diamonds and 2 beautiful baguettes accent the shank in an architectural Deco style arrangement on either side of the stunning sapphire. The diamonds have the approximate total weight of .40 carat. Size 7. AGL certificate 1094663. Its depth of color, rarity and hardness have made sapphires among the most sought-after and highly celebrated stones in both modern and ancient history. The religious rulers of ancient Persia believed the sky was painted blue via a reflection of the highly-prized sapphire stone, while ancient Western lore holds that the ten commandments were first written as carvings into a sapphire rough. The Catholic church adopted the sapphire as the ecclesiastical stone of choice in the 12th Century, and royalty from King Solomon to Prince Charles have employed the stone in the making of rings of great significance. The Sinhalese of Sri Lanka, where this particular stone originates, believed sapphires had talismanic properties. A sapphire stone was given by the Sinhalese people to the British explorer Sir Richard Francis Burton, who carried it with him until his death, and famously accredited much of his good fortune to the stone''s supposed power.
An Art Deco citrine and sapphire ring by Boucheron Paris. This handsome, architecturally striking ring features a center rectangularly-cut and warmly-colored citrine in an 18 karat gold bezel setting, flanked by two raised shoulders of sapphires and rectangular-cut citrines. The ring has a total of 9.8 carats of citrine, while the 12 calibre cut sapphire total 1.2 carat. It can be considered a fine example of the famed design strength and fine workmanship of the house of Boucheron.
An Art Deco platinum ring with a baroque pearl and diamonds. The ring has 56 round diamonds with an approximate total weight of 0.60 carats and 2 marquise-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.00 carats. The baroque pearl mounted in the center measures approximately 11.5 mm. The flexible shank is designed with interlocking bezel-set diamonds.
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.
Dimensions: Ring size 4-1/4. (Can be sized to fit.)
An American Art Moderne diamond, emerald and platinum twinstone ring by Trabert & Hoeffer-Mauboussin. The stepped, high-arched mount set with a yellow cushion-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.75 carats, and an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately1.65 carats, completed by stepped shoulders and shank of conforming design.Formed in 1935, Trabert Hoeffer-Mauboussin was a merger between Mauboussin Paris'' Park Avenue branch and an innovative American firm, Trabert & Hoeffer, a Manhattan partnership whose stylish owners had Hollywood connections and a tendency to splurge on world-famous gems for display. Howard Hoeffer, a proponent of French jewelry design who sent his artisans to Paris for training, had cultivated Georges Mauboussin from the early 1920''s, even before the French firm won a Grand Prize at the Grand Central Palace Exhibition in 1924. By the mid 1930s, the Depression had brought both firms to the brink of bankruptcy, struggling with large inventories of superb jewelry and gems of historic provenance. From 1935 to 1940, the firms collaborated to produce and loan high style jewels and large gems to the Hollywood studios. The period''s iconic photo portraits of Marlene Dietrich and Claudette Colbert, among others, show these eternal stars adorned in the firm''s stunning Art Moderne masterpieces. A product of that early collaboration, this twin stone pla
tinum ring, with its classic pairing of emerald and yellow diamond, is a mini-masterpiece of Machine Age design and construction. Dense, streamlined, and perfectly balanced, it is a chic statement of French-American style.
An elegant, Old European oval cushion-cut diamond set in a hand made platinum ring mount by Macklowe Gallery. The ring centers on an oval cushion-cut diamond that weighs 3.02 carats, G color, VS-1 clarity. The milegrain setting has 20 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .34 carat in the shoulders and basket of the ring. The hand made mount is exclusive to Macklowe Gallery. Gemological Institute of America certificate 12964709.Ring size 6; this ring can be sized.
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