Deco Talk (A Diamond Jewelry Blog)


ArtDecoDiamonds.com specializes in the manufacturing of fine quality GIA certificate diamonds and colored gem stones. We have an array of antique engagement rings, modern 3 stone diamond GIA certified rings, antique diamond engagement rings, vintage engagement rings, art deco engagement rings and antique jewelry. We are proud to offer you, through our extensive inventory, a large selection of loose GIA certified diamonds, including: antique cushion cuts, antique asscher cuts, old european cuts, old miner cuts, emerald cuts, princess cuts, radiant cuts; as well as round brilliant diamonds. ArtDecoDiamonds.com is the sole owner of all the gia diamonds, antique engagement rings, vintage diamond rings, antique diamond engagement rings and art deco jewelry on our web site and does not take consignment from other dealers.



With over 25 years of experience in the diamond and antique jewelry industry, we have the knowledge and expertise to present to you the perfect place to view our collections. Enjoy!

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This beautiful Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Broach belonged to the collection of Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. It was sold for $121,440 as a part of a 2006 Christie’s auction. The beautiful piece of jewelry was accompanied by a handwritten note from her grandmother Queen Mary which read: “For darling Margaret on her confirmation day from her loving Grannie Mary R God bless you April 15th 1946.”

This beautiful Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Broach belonged to the collection of Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. It was sold for $121,440 as a part of a 2006 Christie’s auction. The beautiful piece of jewelry was accompanied by a handwritten note from her grandmother Queen Mary which read: “For darling Margaret on her confirmation day from her loving Grannie Mary R God bless you April 15th 1946.”

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