Here is a rare and unique, original Art Deco engagement ring for a rare and unique woman. Not a round diamond, not an emerald cut diamond, but a distinctive, bright white lozenge, or diamond shape (as in playing cards) diamond weighing 1.10 carats. The distinctive diamond is seated atop a diamond set under gallery and is embellished by sapphire and diamond 'V' shape epaulets. A simply gorgeous, one-of-a-kind estate diamond engagement ring, circa 1930s. Platinum
A glistening, glacier blue, emerald-cut aquamarine, measuring 6.00 carats, shines between sparkling diamond clusters in this straightforward, stunning and eminently wearable just-for-fun ring, hand fabricated in platinum sometime during the mid-twentieth century. The Aqua measures 1/2 inch by just over 3/8 inch. Stamped FFF for F. & F. Felger, New Jersey.
Great old Aquamarine and rose cut and mine cut Diamond ring. The band is not hallmarked, but tested 12K yellow gold. The top is all silver with many many prongs. The Aquamarine stone is a light sky blue/green. The stone measures 16mm X 10mm. There are 28 rose cut and mine cut Diamonds. Ring is size 7 1/2. Weight is 6.5grms. Condition is very good for age. I would date this ring at c1900.
The Great Mogul diamond is considered to be the largest diamond in India. Discovered between 1630 and 1650, the rare Mogul diamond was found in in the Kollur mine on the Kistna. The rough diamond weighed around 793 carats. It takes its name from its owner, Shah Jehan, fifth in succession from Baber, founder of the so-called "Mogul" dynasty in Hindustan.