This rings are all fabulous enough to stand alone, but I felt like lumping them together. It’s everyone’s lucky day.
This ring is just fabulous. Made in 1935, this Art Deco cocktail ring is of fan-shaped motif and is set with five cushion and oval-shaped pink sapphires weighing approximately 7.20 carats. The ring is further accented with numerous old European, single-cut and baguette diamonds weighing approximately 1.50 carats. It is my exact ring size.
This beautiful and elaborate ring is early Victorian, circa 1800. The top of the ring was previously a pin, it was converted into ring form some time in the past by attaching it to this 18 k gold shank. The decorative top is made of silver and blue enamel, accented with 1 carat of old European and rose cut diamonds.
I’m more than a little obsessed with this 1920’s cocktail ring. This beauty is remarkable, both is design and materials. Can you guess what those stones are? It’s a light blue star sapphire and a dark purple star sapphire. Oh yes. Set in a pierced mount set with baguette and single-cut diamonds. Sparkle heaven.
This 1980’s Buccellati cocktail ring is all kinds of fun. Designed as a flower, this ring features a gorgeous yellow sapphire surrounded by carved emerald leaves in an elaborate eighteen karat gold mount.