Rings


It is possible to say that since there are men, there are rings. Thus there are all types of ancient rings: simple ring or complicated work, ring of mourning or promises of love, gold, simple metal, hair or elephant hair, secret or claim, the ring is a jewel that is worn easily and is shown in all environments, at all times. It is worn alone or combined with others, on one, two or three fingers. Sometimes even on each finger. Men are not left out: old rings of small finger as the signet ring, which was used to affix his seal; rings of bishop, because yes: the ring can be religious. Memento Mori rings to remember the loved one, to contemplate the emptiness of his existence.

As you can see, there are antique rings for everyone. It is up to you to find the one(s) that suits you best.

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  • Rock cristal gold enamel ringXVIIth century enamel ring New
    3500,00

    Scarce rock crystal Renaissance ring in 22 Karat gold. This 16th-century ring is setted with a table-cut rock crystal in a closed setting. The bezel is decorated with black enamel with gold highlights and double crescent motifs, ending in four prongs. The shoulders feature fine chiseling. Renaissance ring from the 16th century, Western Europe. During the Renaissance, rings evolved from the simple forms of the medieval period to miniature works of art, combining the skills of the chiseler, engraver, enameler, and stone cutter. Cabochon settings persisted, but the evolution of stone cutting allowed for the increased use of table cuts.

    Ring size: 57 EU or 8 US

    Bezel dimensions: 7 x 8 mm

    Estimated weight of the rock crystal: 0.49 ct

    Note: For examples of similar 16th-century rings, see items 334 and 430 in Scarisbrick’s “Rings; Jewellery of Power, Love and Loyalty” (2007); item AF.1743 in the British Museum collection and items 279 and 281 in the “Victoria and Albert Museum Catalogue of Rings” by Oman (1930).

    Condition: normal wear consistent with age, a missing part in the setting.

    Weight: 2.91 gr

  • vintage half eternity ringpre-owned eternity diamond ring
    900,00

    Half-eternity band in 18 karat white gold. Half-eternity ring set with 15 round brilliant-cut diamonds on a white gold mount. Vintage band from the 20th century.

    Hibou hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold), 750 hallmark

    Finger size: 53 EU or 6.25 US (resizable)

    Total diamond weight: 0.51 carat

    Condition: signs of wear

    Weight: 2.44 gr

  • diamond garnet ring in white goldbague grenat mandarin diamant en or
    3200,00

    Mandarin garnet ring in white gold 18 karats (750). The ring is centered with an oval mandarin garnet (also called spessartite), with an intense orange color. The garnet weighs approximately 6.84 carats. The garnet is set with four prongs and flanked by eight brilliant-cut diamonds. Vintage ring, circa 2000, United Kingdom.

    Hallmarks: 750 AU, XM, and other English hallmarks.

    Ring size: 53 EU or 6.25 US (resizable)

    Dimensions of the ring head: 13 x 14 mm
    Dimensions of the mandarin garnet: 12.42 mm x 9.55 mm

    Estimated weight of the mandarin garnet: 6.84 cts
    Estimated weight of the diamonds: 0.12 ct

    Condition: light signs of wear

    Weight: 6.90 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • bague diamant or blancdiamond cluster ring in gold
    950,00

    Diamond flower ring in 18k white gold. Late Edwardian flower-shaped ring with an old-cut diamond, approx. 0.20 carat, held in place by 6 high prongs. The diamond is surrounded by 16 single-cut diamonds.

    Late Edwardian ring, circa 1930-1940.

    Owl hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 54 UE or 6.75 US (can be changed)

    Bezel diameter: 13 mm

    Estimated weight of central diamond: 0.20 ct

    Total estimated diamond weight : 0.28 ct

    Weight : 3.91 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • bague tank en or blancbague tank diamants platine
    2200,00

    Tank diamond asymmetrical ring in 18k white gold. Tank ring from the 1940s, set with a line of six diamonds, from small to large. Two are old-cut and four are single-cut. The ring is geometrically shaped and asymmetrical in volume. Tank ring, circa 1940.

    Owl hallmark (French State hallmark for 18 karat gold).

    Finger size: 51 or 5.5 US (sizing possible)

    Ring head width: 15 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.34 ct

    Condition : light scratches from use. Rhodium plating available on request.

    Weight : 14 gr

  • Pink sapphire gold ringAntique pink natural sapphire
    1250,00

    Pink sapphire antique ring in 18 karat gold (750). Antique ring with a large natural oval pink sapphire, approx. 0.78 carat. The color of pink sapphire is due to its chromium content, which gives it a beautiful intense hue. The ring is decorated with fine scrolls partially erased by the patina of time. Antique ring, 19th century.

    Owl hallmark (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold).

    Finger size: 49 UE or 4.75 US (can be changed)

    Plate width: 10 mm

    Condition: worn patina, slightly deformed ring

    Weight : 3.53 gr

    Learn more about colored sapphires: Blue sapphire is one of the most prized gemstones in the world, but few people know about the existence of colored sapphires such as green sapphire, pink sapphire, yellow sapphire, and purple sapphire, or even the pink-orange sapphire, also known as “padparadscha,” which is particularly sought after for its rarity. Specifically, pink sapphire is a gem of rare beauty. The intensity of its pink color varies depending on the amount of chromium present in the stone. Like other corundums, pink sapphire has a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale.

  • Bague art deco en or blancArt deco sapphire ring in white gold
    900,00

    Art Deco sapphire platinum ring in 18 karat white gold and platinum. Antique ring with four-lobed bezel, set with a 0.08-carat old-cut diamond in the center. The top is decorated with eight navette-cut (synthetic) sapphires and eight rose-cut diamonds. The settings are finely beaded. Art deco ring, circa 1930, France.

    Eagle head hallmark and dog head hallmark (French State hallmarks for 18 karat gold and platinum).

    Finger size: 59 EU or 8.75 US (can be changed)

    Bezel diameter: 13 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.12 carat
    Estimated sapphire weight (synthetic): 0.22 carat

    Condition : Fine wear scratches

    Weight : 2.50 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Antique secret locket ring in gold
    1250,00

    Gold signet secret ring in 18 karat gold. Opening secret ring, decorated on the plate with the letter J in calligraphy. The ring opens to reveal a secret compartment that can conceal a photo or souvenir. The shoulders of the ring are delicately decorated with a ribbon motif. Antique sentiment ring, late 19th century. Owl hallmarks (18k gold)

    Finger size: 52 EU or 6 US (can be changed)

    Tray dimensions: 13 x 11 mm

    Inner cavity dimensions: 11 x 8 mm

    Condition: slight wear scratches, compartment closes well

    Weight : 3.76 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Art deco white gold ring
    750,00

    Art Deco pearl ring in 18 karat white gold. Art Deco ring with a large flat base pearl, or mabe pearl. The shoulders of the ring are decorated with fine stylized leaves and set with four old-cut diamonds. The pearl has a beautiful luster. Art Deco ring, circa 1930.

    Owl hallmark (french State hallmark for 18 karat gold).

    Finger size: 54 UE or 6.75 US (can be changed)

    Pearl diameter: 9 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.04 carat

    Condition : light usual scratches

    Weight : 2.97 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • bague diamants or platinealliance jarretière en or
    1000,00

    Diamond line ring 0.52 ct in 14 karat yellow gold and platinum. Line ring set with five old-cut diamonds in a platinum setting. Antique ring, circa 1930, foreign work.

    PLAT hallmark

    Finger size: 55.5 UE or 7.25 (can be changed)

    Height of diamond line: 4 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.52 carat

    Condition : slight wear scratches

    Weight : 2.26 gr

  • Bague interchangeable en or 14krubis diamants émeraude saphirs bague versatile
    1300,00

    Gold Interchangeable rings in 14 karat rose gold. This ring is composed of a ring set with two lines of nine single-cut diamonds, into the center of which another ring can be slipped. Four rings are available, all set with seven stones: emeralds, rubies, sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds. Ring from the ’60s.

    Clover hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 56 EU or 7.5 US (no sizing possible)

    Base ring estimated diamond weight: 0.18 carat

    Ring 1 estimated emerald weight: 0.14 carat
    Ring 2 estimated diamond weight: 0.21 carat
    Ring 3 estimated ruby weight: 0.14 carat
    Ring 4 estimated sapphire weight: 0.14 carat

    Weight of a single ring: 1.87 gr

    Condition: scratches, slight oxidation

    Total weight :11.67 gr

  • Antique signet ring with a bloodstoneBague jaspe sanguin chevalière homme
    500,00

    Antique bloodstone signet ring in 9 karat gold. The ring is centered on a plate of blood jasper (heliotrope jasper) in a prong setting. The ring head is decorated with a frieze of chased crosses, the shoulders feature a diamond-shaped motif, and the band shows traces of former motifs that have now been erased. Signet ring, for men or women, 19th century foreign work.

    Trefoil hallmark and illegible hallmark.

    Finger size: 57 EU or 8 US (can be changed)

    Ring head dimensions: 14 x 14 mm

    Condition: decoration partially faded by time, wears

    Weight : 4.90 gr

    Gemological Point : Bloodstone, also known as “martyr’s stone” or “heliotrope jasper,” is a dark green jasper. Its distinctive feature is the presence of red spots of iron oxide (inclusions). It is called “bloodstone” or “martyr’s stone” because its red inclusions resemble drops of blood. This is why bloodstone has often been used to create religious jewelry, such as crosses, in reference to the suffering of Christ.