Newport Beach is a stunning Late Art Deco (circa 1935) 14k white gold ring that most likely started life out as an earring or part of a necklace. A 14k white gold shank was later added. The incredibly saturated Oval Cut sapphire gauged at approximately 1.25cts accompanied with a Guild Laboratories certificate stating the stone is Unheated with Ceylon origin. The oceanic blue stone is framed by an oval shaped halo of fourteen prong set Single Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.35ct. Newport Beach sits low to the finger and the classic combination of sapphire and diamond make this a timeless favorite here at Trumpet & Horn! The ring is currently a size 5.25 and can be sized to fit.
Cunningham is an incredible and authentic Victorian era (circa 1870) 18k yellow gold ring that started its life as an antique stick pin in the shape of an anchor. The nautical themed ring centers a bezel set antique Pear Cut diamond totaling approximately 0.55ct in weight, graded K-L color and SI clarity. Cunningham is further adorned with eight Old Mine Cut and Rose Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.40ct in weight. The ring is finished with a twisted gold rope that winds around the anchor and is finished with oxidation to the metal — a detail that can only come with age. Cunningham is currently a size 6.25 and can be sized to fit.