Colored stones rings

The colored stone rings are of an infinite variety. Finally there are few transparent stones when you think about it, but so many possibilities in the world of color! If we think about the most famous ones, the top three are obviously ruby, sapphire and emerald. Then come the quartz and beryls: amethysts, citrines, aquamarines, morganites. The great family of garnets: from dark red to bright orange, from brown to electric green. And then topazes, tourmalines, turquoises, spinels.

Hot colors or cold colors, the world of colored stone rings will always offer you a great choice. The family of stones is immense. It doesn’t matter if it’s on an antique or vintage setting, because people have always loved colored stones and have worn them in jewelry. Moreover there are some jewels that carry messages, with the initials of each stone forming a word. Discover Maison Mohs selection.


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  • French garnet ring in goldbague grenat ancienne

    Victorian French garnet ring in 18 karats rose gold (750). Antique ring, circular in shape, set with a rose-purple rhodolite garnet. The setting is decorated with delicate chasing. Antique ring, circa 1870, France.

    Partially erased eagle head hallmark.

    Finger circumference: 55 UE or 7.25 US (possible sizing)

    Bezel diameter: 9.7 mm

    Condition: scratch on the stone and usual wears on the gold.

    Weight : 1.33 gr

  • Antique Perpignan garnets ring in goldBague grenats de Perpignan ancienne

    Perpignan garnets cluster ring in 18 karat (750) rose gold. This large, oval-shaped cluster ring is entirely set with faceted and flat-cut Perpignan garnets. The central oval garnet is surrounded by 23 round garnets. These garnets have a raspberry-red color typical of the garnets used in this region of southern France. The ring is decorated in openwork on the shoulders. Antique Regional Catalan ring, late 19th century, France.

    Eagle head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold) and partially visible goldsmith’s hallmark.

    Finger size: 60 FR or 9.25 US (no resizing).

    Ring head dimensions: 25 x 20 mm

    Condition: scratches from use, small pewter soldering on underside, some stones have been replaced.

    Weight : 5.35 gr

  • bague reliquaire or 18ksecret reliquary ring in gold

    Reliquary secret locket ring in 18 karat yellow gold (750). Antique ring with a rock crystal compartment that can be opened from below to hold a flower, a lock of hair or a small photograph. Ideal for a keepsake. The ring is decorated with three chevrons at shoulder level. Antique locket ring, circa 1860, France.

    Eagle head hallmark

    Finger size: 53 UE or 6.5 US (can be changed)

    Bezel size: 11 x 8 mm

    Condition: a few scratches on the rock crystal.

    Weight : 1.67 gr

  • bague topaze diamantsAntique aquamarine ring in gold

    Blue topaz diamond ring in 18 karat yellow gold (750). Antique ring with a large rectangular-cut ice blue topaz in a setting of 16 old-cut diamonds. The stone has a lovely crystalline blue color very similar to an aquamarine stone. Antique cluster ring circa 1880.

    Owl hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 48.5 EU or 4.5 US (can be changed)

    Ring head dimensions: 16 x 12 mm

    Estimated topaz weight: 3.99 cts
    Estimated diamond weight : 0.80 ct

    Weight : 5.6 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • cabochon coral ring in goldbague corail en or

    Modernist coral ring in 18-karat yellow gold (750). The ring features an orange coral cabochon set with four thick, flat prongs. The ring’s band is delicately worked, the shoulders are openworked and form beautiful round lines typical of the Retro period. Vintage ring, circa 1950.

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

    Finger circumference: 46 UE or 3.5 US (small sizing possible)

    Coral button diameter: 9 mm

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight : 3.35 gr

  • bague art deco gradinart deco platinum ring

    Art Deco lapis lazuli ring in platinum (850). Art Deco ring with a lapis lazuli cabochon. The lapis lazuli is surrounded by steps on which 10 single-cut diamonds are set. An original and elegant Art Deco ring, circa 1930.

    Mascaron hallmark (French State hallmark for platinum) and PT hallmark.

    Finger circumference: 51 EU or 5.5 US (can be changed).

    Diameter of bezel: 16.4 x 13 mm

    Total estimated diamond weight: 0.05 carat

    Condition : scratches from use

    Weight : 5.15 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • flower giardinetti gold ring pastegiardinetti paste ring in gold

    Romantic Giardinetti ring in 18k yellow gold and silver. Antique ring with a motif of a flower basket, set with colored rhinestones (green, red, and blue) and marcasites. The gold ring of the ring is later than the basket. Late 19th-century jewel, in the romantic spirit of 18th-century rings.

    Owl and swan hallmark (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold and silver)

    Finger size: 56 EU or 7.75 US (resizable)

    Dimensions of the chaton: 19 x 18 mm

    Condition: Modified ring, crack at the ring starting from the hallmark, scratches from use.

    Weight: 3.54 gr

    Learn more: Giardinetti rings, or “Little Gardens” in English, appeared in the late 17th century. In the 18th century, the naturalistic trend charmed goldsmiths, leading to the creation of many pieces adorned with floral and animal motifs, especially insects. Giardinetti rings often appear as bouquets of flowers and foliage tied with a ribbon or in the form of a bouquet in a small basket. Highly prized in the mid-18th century, they were mostly made of gold and silver, and sometimes in metal adorned with rhinestones.

  • bague camée ancien bélierGold roman cameo ring

    Antique ram cameo ring in 14-karat rose gold (585) centered around an agate cameo depicting two rams side by side. One has its head turned towards the inside of the ring. Roman cameo from the 1st or 2nd century AD, 19th-century setting.

    Shell hallmark (French State hallmark for 14-karat gold)

    Adjustable ring size: 6.75 US

    Cameo dimensions: 12.5 mm x 13.4 mm

    Condition: loss on the edge of the cameo, setting with depressions.

    Weight: 3.29 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • antique coral gold ringbague ancienne corail en or

    Edwardian coral ring in 18-karat rose gold (750). The ring is adorned with a large round cabochon of dark orange coral. The coral displays visible “flame” growth lines, apparent to the naked eye and typical of this gem. The ring’s band is simple, with only a few chiselings under the cabochon, revealing a floral motif. Antique ring, early 20th century.

    Eagle head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 46 EU or 3.5 US (resizing possible)

    Dimensions of the coral cabochon: 12 x 7 mm

    Weight: 3.04 g

    Gemology note: Coral is an organic gem. Only the branched limestone trunks of certain corals are used in jewelry. Its color is due to organic pigments close to carotene: ranging from blood red to white, passing through “angel skin” pink. Currently, most coral species are protected by CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

  • bague tank spinelle diamantstank diamond ring

    Tank ring with diamonds in 18-karat white gold (750) and platinum. Tank ring set with a synthetic blue spinel of square cut. The spinel faces two lines of four old-cut diamonds (eight diamonds in total) set on a raised roll. The ring has harmonious volumes, sometimes rounded, sometimes geometric, typical of this period. Tank ring, circa 1940.

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

    Finger size: 52 EU or 6 US (resizeable)

    Estimated weight of diamonds: 0.46 ct
    Estimated weight of synthetic spinel: 2.5 ct

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight: 7 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • antique signet ring in goldbague chevalière en or 18k

    Vintage garnet signet ring in 18k gold (750). This ring features an oval faceted garnet in a closed setting at its center. The ring’s shank is adorned with fine gadroons on the shoulders and along the body, giving it the appearance of a signet ring. The stone has a beautiful deep red color. This vintage signet ring is from around 1970.

    Hallmarks: “750” inside the ring and maker’s mark GB.

    Ring Size: 53.5 EU or 6.5 US (resizable).

    Garnet Weight: 2 carats.

    Condition: Surface scratches from normal wear.

    Weight: 3.79 gr

  • coral pearl ring in goldyou and me coral ring in gold

    Toi et Moi coral ring in 18-karat yellow gold (750). This ring is set with two pink-orange coral pearls with lighter nuances, each measuring approximately 7.6 and 7.8 mm in diameter. Vintage Toi et Moi ring, circa 1960, France.

    Eagle’s head (French hallmark for 18 karat gold) and unreadable maker’s mark.

    Ring Size: 54 EU and 6.75 US (Resizable)

    Coral Pearls Diameter: 7.6 mm and 7.8 mm

    Condition: Signs of wear

    Weight: 4.14 gr

    Gemology Note: Coral is an organic gemstone. Only the calcareous branched trunks of certain corals are used in jewelry. Its color comes from organic pigments close to carotene, ranging from blood-red to white, with shades of angel skin pink. Traditionally, coral necklaces were often given to young children to protect them from illness. Coral was believed to have protective qualities, especially in the Mediterranean region, particularly in Italy and Corsica.