Dainty rings! I’m a huge fan of dainty rings. Let’s look at some.
This gorgeous little number is an Art Deco emerald and diamond ring, circa 1925. The emerald is .8 carat, and the total diamond weight is 1.12 carats. I adore it utterly.
This lovely thing is a Belle Époque diamond and calibré ruby ring, French, circa 1905. The total approximate diamond weight is 0.99 carats, and the rubies are 2.00 carats.
This marvelous squiggle is an Art Nouveau diamond ring, French, circa 1900. It’s yellow gold and platinum, set with a total of 1.40 carats of diamonds.
Another barely-there whisper of a ring, this antique ruby and diamond cluster ring was made in 1905. The ring is yellow gold with platinum, the central ruby is 1 carat, surrounded by 0.44 carats of diamonds.
This lovely strand of diamonds is a Victorian bypass ring. It’s a 12 karat rose gold band set with old mine-cut and Swiss-cut diamonds sparkle. The description describes it as a stylized serpent motif, but I think it looks more like a shooting star than anything.
Could this Belle Époque old cut diamond cluster ring possibly be prettier? I think not. The ring is platinum, with a stunning pierced openwork design and delicate split shoulders. The total diamond weight is is 0.85 carats.
All images and info in this post are thanks to the seller of each piece. Please see the link in each description for sources.