Daily Jewelry Picks of the Day
As described on our website, Gesner.com, this antique engagement ring “simply does not get any better! Incredible mounting”! This vintage engagement ring is exceptional and lavishly made. You can tell by the featured European cut diamond, its fancy style and filigree that this ring was artfully made during the 1920’s, The Art Deco Period. The woman who wears this ring will have exceptional taste and elegant style. This vintage engagement ring was designed after World War I when platinum was widely used and was created during a time when engagement rings and other diamond jewelry were made with no consideration of price. Beautiful!
This “very sweet diamond flower pin,” as described on our website, Gesner.com, was made during The Art Nouveau Period, 1890-1915. During this time, gold was used more than platinum as platinum was needed for the war effort. The designs during the early nineteenth century were creations of flowers, butterflies and dragonflies in brooches or pins and were delicate and feminine. Notice the delicate twinning on the bottom of this bouquet of flowers. This graceful pin would be perfect for the collar of a blouse or lapel of a suit.
This lovely oval shaped, inside outside diamond earring are exceptionally made with very fine materials. (Look at the website Gesner.com). The round brilliant diamonds, which are within the range of the highest quality, VS in clarity and H-I in color would be considered a must in every woman’s wardrobe. One of the unique qualities of these earrings is the clasp. It is specially made and has not been seen in other jewelry stores. This clasp is made to hide the post and allows the oval shape to be complete in design.