A natural gemstone layered with parallel bands, onyx is found all over the world. While widely known as a black gemstone, onyx actually comes in a variety of shades, including red, white, and brown, often with contrasting white layers that give the stone extra distinction. The bold shades of onyx are popular in Art Deco engagement rings, and polished onyx in cabochon shapes are especially bold statements for rings, earrings, and pendants. Often paired with diamonds to add sparkle to the jewelry or pearls for extra luster, onyx is equally distinctive on its own and can make a powerful focal point for a dramatic ring. Believed to have soothing properties and helping to release negative energy, onyx is an ideal choice for daily wear as well as special occasion pieces, and it was especially favored for fashioning cameo brooches. Onyx is also traditionally associated with the seventh wedding anniversary, but if you love this stone, there’s no reason to wait – VintageDiamondRing.com can help you find the perfect onyx piece for any occasion or any type of jewelry.
    • Estate Art Deco Style Onyx Engagement Ring Estate Art Deco Style Onyx Engagement Ring Estate Art Deco Style Onyx Engagement Ring Estate Art Deco Style Onyx Engagement Ring
    • $1,650.00
      Marguerite is a lovely estate Art Deco style ring featuring 2 bezel set old European cut diamonds, weighing .15 carats (H color and SI1 clarity), surrounded by natural green onyx and 20 single cut diamond accents.  Crafted in the 1990's in 18 kt white gold, completed with an open work gallery. In very good condition. Size 8 and sizeable.  (ad...
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