She was walking down the street the other day in boots with boyfriend jeans and a simple white fitted tee. Her hair was messy in a bun and she was listening to something through her headphones. She had an iced coffee in one hand, and a bag in the other hand, with a ring on her finger, a ring that could stop a room, stop a war, warm hearts, make flowers bloom. It had power. It had grace. She knew it, too. She pretended she didn’t, but she had to have known it. It was a showstopper.
This beautiful Art Deco vintage emerald and diamond ring was handcrafted in England, around 1925. A rectangular emerald cut gemstone of .66 carats sits at the center of over a half carat of brilliant cut sparkling diamonds, all set in platinum over 18 karat gold. This ring is hallmarked with the gold purity mark, “18ct”, the mark for platinum, “PLAT”, an insurance mark, “8769”, and a maker’s mark, “S.H&Co”. This ring is a size 6.75 and weighs 3.3 grams.
This lovely sparkler is truly Art Deco, with bold geometric shapes, bright color, and an overall sleek design.
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I wonder if zircon is really a girl’s best friend. Scientifically, it has one of the liveliest displays of sparkle, putting even diamonds to shame. The oldest zircon stones clock in at 4.4 billion years old. According to my calculations, that’s just half a billion years shy of the age of the earth. A few hundred years ago, during the Middle Ages, zircon was thought to aid in restful sleep, and bring wisdom and honor the wearer. I’ve been wearing this rock all week and I can tell you I’ve never slept better. Coincidence? I think not. A little sparkle can go a long way.
This Art Deco ring was handcrafted in Europe around 1920. It’s a sparkling vintage piece featuring a burnt orange-brown zircon at the center flanked by six diamonds with three on either side. The stones are platinum set over 18 karat yellow gold. The word ‘zircon’ most likely stems from the Persian word, ‘zargun’ meaning “gold-colored”. This round zircon measures 8.7 x 8.9 x 6 mm and weighs approximately 3.89 carats. There are two old European cut diamonds with four brilliant cut diamonds, weighing an approximate total of .22 carats. The ring face measures 8.6 x 16 x 7 mm off the finger and the band width is 2 mm at the back. This piece bears the gold purity mark, “18ct” and the platinum mark, “PLAT”. This ring weighs 3.8 grams and is a size 6.5.
Wear fireworks on your finger with this fiery solitaire ring! This piece would make a brilliant engagement or even anniversary ring.
A note from Victoria: Zircons are susceptible to color change from strong UV light and extreme temperature, so be cautious and don’t wear your zircon in a tanning booth or to get a gel manicure, make sure that it you get work done on your ring you tell the jeweler that the stone can’t take heat.
I offer a 3 or 4 payment layaway on most items purchased for full retail price, please inquire if you are interested in setting up a layaway. Items ship when payment is complete and items purchased or payments made on layaway are eligible for store credit only.
I always want you to be happy with every aspect of your purchase. If you are not completely satisfied for any reason simply let me know and we'll work together to get the item returned for a full refund. I guarantee that my pictures and descriptions are as accurate as possible. My goal is to exceed your best expectations!