Top 15 Favorite Rings

The Very Best in the Inventory

As promised, here is the complete list of our top 15 favorite rings (and honorable mention) currently in the inventory! Enjoy because these are all showstoppers:


Number 15 is a 1920’s platinum diamond and Columbian emerald ring, with a unique Art Deco design! 


Number 14 is another 1920’s art deco engagement ring, this time a center European cut is flanked with French cut diamonds. This craftsmanship is very hard to find! 


Number 13 is this Edwardian masterpiece of an engagement ring, built with pearls set in an incredible filigree design and around an old European cut diamond! 


Number 12 is this lovely Art Deco engagement ring with a center old European cut diamond and fantastic artistic filigree design! Rare are the designs of such beauty and quality. 


Number 11 is a simple but sweet 1950’s engagement ring with a European cut and side baguette diamonds! Can hardly be beat as testament to love!


Next is this wonderful and imposing engagement ring! Antique cushion cut diamonds are very difficult to find, so this 1960s rarity just had to be 10th on our list. 


At number 9 we have a simply spectacular Art Deco dinner ring! It boasts a set of gorgeous European cut diamonds mounted in platinum and surrounded by French Cut Sapphires. A truly magnificent piece! 



This Art Deco platinum engagement ring is 8th! Proud holder of a European cut diamond surrounded by a beautiful filigree design (and 6 single cuts!), there was just no way it couldn’t make the list. 





This interwar masterpiece is quite the work of art, and thus takes its rightful place at number 7 on our list. It proudly displays its old European cut diamonds in a fantastic filigree platinum design! 



At number 6 we have this beautiful vintage platinum ring! From the 1930s, the piece contains a center old European cut diamond emboldened by 6 surrounding single cuts. Simple yet so elegant, it just had to be on the list! 



In 5th place we have this dazzling Art Deco diamond and sapphire engagement ring. A true delight, it boasts both an intricate milgrain and filigree craftsmanship, as well as over 35 stones! This 1920's piece is indeed a unique and fantastic work of art (and should even place higher in many’s opinion). 



4th on our list is another statement piece: this trapezoid vintage dinner ring contains a center old European cut diamond surrounded by a grand total of 38 other diamonds. Truly one of a kind! 



This Art Deco treasure is number 3 on our list and the proud possessor of 3 sparkling diamonds set on top magnificent handmade workmanship... can't be beat! Well, that is except by… 



Number 2, another Art Deco masterpiece, will leave you speechless! It was handcrafted in the 1920's in platinum and contains an old European cut diamond surrounded by 4 additional stones. 



Number 1, our favorite ring, is a 1920's work of art containing a center old European cut diamond surrounded by 2 kite-shaped sapphires – the whole set in a fantastic milgrain and filigree design! Sleek and remarkably elegant, not a lot can rival its beauty.  



 This Art Deco ring is an honorable mention simply because it divides the office! Some say it’s their favorite, others find its asymmetric design too bold… we’ll just let you decide. In any case, none refute the fact that worn it makes quite a statement!