“The Tiffany® Setting. Well, the whole point is to lift the diamond so the setting becomes invisible and the diamond floats…. This is a Tiffany diamond, so the setting has to live up to it.” —Marcus Latronico, Tiffany & Co. diamond setter for 20 years.
A yellow sapphire and diamond ring The oval mixed-cut yellow sapphire, flanked by triangular-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, yellow sapphire approximately 20.55 carats, diamonds approximately 2.55 carats total,
A peridot and diamond ring, Julius Cohen centering an oval-shaped peridot, weighing 20.52 carats, framed by round brilliant-cut diamond petals; signed Julius Cohen; estimated total diamond weight: 1.20 carats; mounted in eighteen karat gold
A diamond ring the wide openwork band centering a round brilliant-cut diamond flanked by marquise-cut diamond four-stone shoulders, all bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds; central diamond weighing approximately 1.40 carats; remaining diamonds weighing approximately: 1.20 carats total; mounted in platinum
An early 20th century diamond single-stone ring, circa 1915. The step-cut lozenge-shaped diamond, weighing 5.92 carats, to a four double-claw mount with baguette-cut diamond shoulders, the hoop with engraved foliate decoration. #BelleEpoque #ring