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A selection of antique, vintage, estate and contemporary rings featuring a variety of gemstones.
Wedding Bands and Right Hand Bands
Alexandrite is a rare colour-changing variety of the chrysoberyl mineral.
February's Birthstone and Loved For Its Rich Violet Colour
Enjoy shopping our ammolite rings. Ous selection online is limited, if you do not find what you are looking for please contact us or visit our shop.
Aquamarine is a popular alternative stone for an engagement ring. It is also March's birthstone.
Art Deco Rings Featuring Geometric Designs and Fine Detail, circa 1925.
Citrine is a lemon yellow gemstone and November's birthstone.
Coral is a stone-like substance created by the secretions of certain marine creatures.
Vintage, estate and contemporary right-hand and celebration diamond rings.
Enamel is a powdered glass mixture that can be fired on metal.
A member of the beryl species, emeralds get their vibrant colour from chrome. May's birthstone.
Garnet comes in several colours, but most commonly it is deep burgundy.
"Jade" refers to nephrite and jadeite gems.
A lilac-coloured gemstone discovered in 1902 by Tiffany & Co.'s chief jeweller.
Lapis Lazuli is an opaque royal-blue stone with gold-coloured pyrite streaks.
Moonstone is a milky-white gemstone with opalescent luster.
Morganite is a translucent pink gemstone and a member of the beryl family.
Onyx and Hematite
Onyx is a form of agate, most popular for its black variety.
Opal is a unique stone with a large range and play of colour because of small layers of siliceous jelly (a.k.a Sand!)
Produced by living mollusks, pearls are famous for their luminescent luster.
A precious neon-green coloured gemstone found in lavas and meteorites.
Prasiolite is a subtle grassy-green quartz. All commercial prasiolite is found in a single Brazilian mine.
Many gemstones are included in the quartz family, including amethyst, citrine etc. Here are brown, clear and rose quartz.
Ruby is red-coloured gemstone and sibling to the sapphire. It is also July's birthstone.
Sapphires are typically blue, but they also come in a variety of colours. September's birthstone.
"Spinel" refers to a large group of minerals. Red spinels are the most sought after variety.
Found in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, the blue/violet coloured gemstone was named after Tanzania, its country of origin.
November's birthstone. Topaz comes in many colours, but most typically in yellow and blue.
"Tourmaline" means, "stone with mixed colours." The most typical colours are purple, green and red (called rubellite). Tourmalines can also be bi or tri-coloured, displaying several distinct bands of colour in one stone.
Turquoise, December's birthstone, is an opaque mineral ranging from blue to green in colour.