A Gorgeous Cartier Emerald Diamond Platinum Ring. Circa 1950s

  Cartier Emerald Diamond Platinum Ring. Circa 1950s, Platinum, Cartier, New York. Indescribably spectacular, this gorgeous ring is Cartier at its most magnificent. The striking 3.0 carat pear-shaped emerald is vibrant in color and the 1.50 carats of diamonds brilliant … Continued

Gorgeous Antique Art Deco 2.6ctw Diamond .72ctw Emerald Platinum Ring Circa 1920

This is an original antique ring that was made in the Edwardian to Art Deco style during the 1920s.  It is handmade from Platinum and stamped.  The ring is large, fitting a finger that is approx. 9 3/4!  The head of this ring is large … Continued

Gorgeous Vintage Emerald and Diamond Necklaces

  A gorgeous vintage collection of emerald and diamond necklaces created by some of the worlds most renowned jewelers.  The intricate detail in these necklace creates a stunning view of some of the most fabulous gems ever cut. AN EMERALD … Continued

Gorgeous Vintage Emerald and Diamond Estate Rings

These are a few of the many pieces of gorgeous emerald and diamond estate jewelry that can be found online, or by actually going to an estate sale. Great prices can be found on ruby jewelry at estate sales and auctions. Many … Continued

Gorgeous Estate 2.85 ct Natural Colombian Emerald Diamond 18k White Gold Ring

A spectacular emerald and diamond ring set in beautiful 18k white gold setting. This ring is a eye catcher for all that get the opportunity to view this spectacular creation. The ring would go well with any evening attire one … Continued

The Treasure Hunt for Exquisite Emerald and Diamond Estate Rings

These are but a few of the thousands of pieces of gorgeous estate jewelry that can be found online, or by actually going to an estate sale.  Great prices can be found on jewelry at estate sales and auctions.  Many … Continued

Emeralds In All Their Grandeur

Emeralds are the green variety of the mineral beryl, whose more-common blue counterparts are known as aquamarines.  Emeralds are fascinating gemstones deriving its name from Greek word smargdos, which means green stone.  While the first emerald mine is often said … Continued

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