Rings are the most intimate, symbolic and popular of jewels.
Rings are probably the most intimate form of jewellery and the most popular jewel. Over the ages rings have embodied traditions and customs and symbolised allegiance and commitment. As symbols of engagement and marriage rings are the most intimate and powerful of jewels and often the most carefully chosen and valued jewels in collections. These rings are the jewels that couples most often say they would like to become family heirlooms. There is also a huge variety of rings also that are purely dress rings to be worn with pleasure for all occasions and fashions. Rings are truly miniature art forms..
An exceptional and very beautiful French Art Deco large Columbian emerald and diamond ring.
In one word. Superb.
Quintessential Art Deco ring with strong geometric design and colour contrast. Typically French Art Deco ring.
A large, exceptional and extremely beautiful Edwardian cluster ring.
A superb antique half hoop ring enhanced by certified non heat treated rubies.
Superb for parties and casual wear.
The Art Deco subversive version of a cluster ring!
A very beautiful early twentieth century ring combining the romantic orange blossom mount with the much desired square setting.
A gorgeous early twentieth century sapphire and diamond ring, featuring an oval rather than the more often seen round sapphire and a particularly beautiful pierced mount.
These early old diamond band rings are much liked for their elegant restraint and wearability.
A very attractive finely made pearl and diamond ring.
Perfection in simplicity
The magic of the Cartier name makes Cartier mounted jewels always sought after.
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A lovely mellow Art Deco ring in the Industrial aesthetic,
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Art Deco Tiffany & Co bands are always highly sought after.
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A gorgeous geometric Art Deco example of the always desired three diamond ring.
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Old emerald cut diamonds with baguettes are always a winning combination in Art Deco rings.
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A romantic ring reminiscent of mantilla lace shimmering with small diamonds.
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An outstanding example of a very fine signed Art Deco emerald and diamond ring.
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A spectacular Art Deco diamond and carved ruby band to enhance memories of so many occasions.
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Art Deco rings with old Asscher cut diamonds are always sought after - but not always found.
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An Art Deco platinum, sapphire and diamond cluster ring with an eye catching difference.
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A gorgeous finely made Art Deco diamond and platinum ring.
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A striking smaller Art Deco ring with a typically Art Deco square mount embellishing the brilliance of the round old cut diamond.
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A highly sought after Edwardian solitaire ring with all the desired period features: a fine old cut diamond, “double” claws and a beautiful pierced domed mount enhanced with small diamonds and millegrain.
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An Art Deco platinum/iridium band with diamonds, all over engraving and an engraved date from the period is always sought after, particularly as a wedding band with an Art Deco engagement ring.
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A striking Art Deco geometric setting gives a modern twist to the traditional three diamond platinum ring.
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Classic design, sapphire accents and a delicately pierced gallery make this a very romantic Art Deco ring.
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A platinum French Art Deco ring, the old European cut diamond solitaire surrounded by a further four
A very romantic, finely made and distinctive French Art Deco ring.
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The perennially desirable combination of French, Art Deco, Geometric and Diamond.
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For lovers of the unique.
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A stunning Art Deco solitaire diamond ring with wider shoulders of round and baguette diamonds.
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A superb ring for lovers of fine rings and sapphires.
An embarrassment of rubies-square cut, sugarloaf cabochon and baguette- create a mid 1930s Art Deco ring which demands attention.
The most desirable Art Deco platinum eternity ring with highly sought after period French cut diamonds and engraving.
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A handsome and impressive cameo ring.
Big bold and quintessentially Art Deco in the industrial aesthetic.
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A truly individual ring
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Close to perfection is always irresistible
Baguette and carre cut diamonds are a much admired perennial Art Deco favourite. The ring you have been searching for.
A quintessential authentic 1920s Art Deco ring with flamboyant geometric design, strong colour contrast, a sugarloaf cabochon sapphire.
Typical of the striking, well made and modestly priced Art Deco dress rings of the 1920s and 1930s, often in the machine aesthetic.
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A very appealing and versatile dress ring
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For lovers of Art Deco rings with strong geometric design.
The Art Deco ring of your dreams.
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The epitome of Art Deco desirable design for the last ninety odd years - and into the future.
So French Art Deco in the late 1930s.
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Signet rings are currently enjoying a resurgence of popularity for both sexes.
A surfeit of emeralds for lovers of Art Deco emerald rings with not only a fine square central emerald but also emerald shoulders.
A glowing rich colour in an authentic 1930s Art Deco ring.
Lapis Lazuli and diamonds. So French Art Deco.
Authentic Art Deco delicate perfection.
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