Fabulous Berlin iron ring decorated what appears to be agricultural tools, including a scythe. The band has a floral motif. It is possible the ring was owned by a wealthy landowning farmer...
Fenwick & Sailors was a company based in Hollywood known for novelty cufflinks during the middle of the twentieth century.. We love these Silver Star of David cufflinks - perfect to wear on a special occasion like a B'nai Mitzvah or a wedding. Makes a perfect gift, as well. Marked sterling, they have bullet back closures that allow them to fit through an size sleeve hole.
C 1870 One of a kind antique renaissance revival 18k gold, ruby and green painted enamel band. The ring has 4 small rubies spaced around each corner of the band. The ring is US size 10 ½.
Beautiful Portuguese marquis shaped ring set with clear black dot pastes in 18K yellow gold and silver. It is an excellent example of Portuguese jewelry of the late 18th century. The ring dates to c. 1800. It is a size 7.25 and can be resized up or down.
This Lava brooch, set in a 12K gold bezel is an unusual color, dark green, c. 1880, 1 3/8" x 1 5/8", $ 1465. Condition: excellent Height: 1.5 inches Width: 1.25 inches
This putty colored oval lava cameo brooch is set in silver gilt. Condition: excellent
This Georgian 18K gold, deeply colored amethyst and diamond ring is circa 1810. Size 8 1/2. Condition: excellent Height: 8.25 inches
Rare and wonderful mid Victorian giardinetti or "garden" ring is set in silver and 18K gold with diamonds, emeralds sapphires and rubies in a basket motif. The ring is a size 5 1/4.
Condition is excellent.
Stuart Crystals first appeared after 1649 as tokens of loyalty to the executed Charles I, the Stuart King of England. Faceted rock crystal with a plaited lock of his hair, his image or his initials, were distributed and worn by his followers, loyalists to James II who were referred to as Jacobites. These rings, slides and tokens of rock crystal found throughout the late 1600's were transformed into a type of memorial jewelry...
Unusual 15K gold memorial ring depicting an urn in hair paint, surrounded by alternating rose diamonds and amethysts. The enameled band reads "John Jenkins died 20 Feb 1780". The back of the ring is engraved "In loving one sincerely there is great merit".
Georgian memorial ring in 18K gold with pearls and turquoise in an ornate chased setting. The lock of hair surrounded by black enamel was for the remembrance of a loved one departed. The ring is hallmarked London 1833 and is a size 7 1/2.
An 18K gold and platinum band circa 1960 priced at $765. Condition: excellent. Size 6 3/4
Simple and feminine band ring with alternating platinum hearts and 18K mini bows that go all around, making our platinum heart ring a great stacking ring. We have paired it with our Diamond Hoop Eternity Band also listed on 1st Dibs, but you could tack several more rings on! The ring can be worn for everyday activities as the ring design includes minuscule openings which allow water through. The ring is just over 1/8 inch wide and is a US size 7 1/4.
Silver puzzle ring with two hands covering a heart. The sterling silver ring is Victorian, circa 1870, and consists of 3 rings held together by hands, the sentimental symbol of friendship and love. This genre of ring is known as a fede gimmel, and was used since the 16th century as a betrothal ring...
Antique marquise shaped 18K gold and chrysoberyl ring is an excellent example of Portuguese jewelry of the late 18th century. The Portuguese mined these gemstones from their colony in Brazil and created jewelry that was typically pave-set as seen here. The ring is size 10 and can be sized to fit.
Georgian 18K gold memorial ring set under crystal with a curl of hair and adorned with four rose diamonds. The inscription reads "John Holman ob 28 Oct 1777 age 45.
This exquisite ring is a testament to the feelings of this man's loved ones. The ring is a size 8 and can be resized. It measures 5/8" wide by 3/4" high.
Marquis shaped memorialized ring of plaited hair set in 18K yellow gold with the initials LC in gold. The underside of the ring is engraved B.L.C. ob Nov 10 1789 aet 37;. The ring is a size 5 1/2 and due to its small size it was likely worn by the wife of the deceased as a memento while he traveled. The ring measures 1 1/4 at its widest. A wonderful piece honoring love.
Fine enamel stickpin of a foxhead set in 15K gold that dates back to the Victorian period. C. 1870, 3/4" diameter, $ 1590. Condition: excellent Height: 0.75 inch