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An early Laykin et Cie design from the mid 1930's, the "4 Poster" became one of the firms most popular designs. Evocative of the Art Deco and Modernist Movement of the time this particular version of the ring is identical in every way to it's original. The 4 Poster graced the fingers of many leading ladies throughout 1930's and 1940's Hollywood as either a Cocktail Ring or an expression of love. Each ring is signed by Laykin et Cie and registered with it's own unique number and features brilliant round diamonds of the highest caliber. 18KT Yellow gold with full cut diamonds.
This ring may also be ordered in Platinum in a bright or brushed finish. Various quality center stones are available please inquire at email@example.com and reference style number 2017A2. In addition your pre-existing solitaire may be mounted in this ring.
$8,400.00Designed in 1939 by Laykin et Cie in Hollywood the "Criss Cross" ring has long been considered one of the most provocative designs. Composed of 18KT yellow gold the eternal loop twists around itself in masculine and feminine expressions. One curve captured in perfect pave diamonds embracing it's partner curve in solid gold. The lines of this ring have often captivated; so much so that it has been duplicated for decades by jewelers around the world. This classic design captures the simple elegance that is Laykin et Cie. 18KT Yellow gold with full cut Pave Diamonds.Visit product page →
$45,000.00Visit product page →1942 was a big year in Hollywood. Bergman and Bogart starred in "Casablanca", Greer Garson lit up the screen with "Mrs. Miniver" and Laykin fan Lana Turner starred in "Somewhere I'll find you" with Clark Gable. This significant 18KT yellow gold and platinum diamond bracelet was designed by Laykin et Cie by it very own glamorous designer Irma Laykin and was featured in the December issue of Harper's Bazaar (see image below). Reimagined for 2017 with a lovely hash mark gallery on it's underside this bracelet makes a statement like few others. Bold and pronounced, yet sophisticated and sensuous in it's lines. This is a Los Angeles original from Hollywood's golden era.Also shown: 1942 Hollywood Handcuffs in Platinum and Diamonds
$7,000.00Reimagined for 2017 is the classic Laykin et Cie 1952 Flame Ring in Platinum with Fire Red Rubies. Hot to the touch, stunning for the for the eyes. This beautiful ring has been flaming the fires of passion since the early 1950's when Laykin et Cie lead designer Zell Cannell created this original perennial favorite. Platinum with full cut Burmese Rubies.Visit product page →
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Interlocked. Intertwined. Interloved. This classic Laykin et Cie ring was designed in 1937 and features ribbons of fine diamonds interwoven with extraordinary blue sapphires; each hand cut to fit precisely in it's own channel. Available in a variety of Sapphire colors, Ruby, Emerald and all Diamond. This complicated to produce but simple to enjoy design presents timeless esthetic sensibilities.
Diamonds and Sapphires (pictured) also available in Ruby, Emerald, Diamond, Yellow Sapphire, Pink Sapphire. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org and reference style number 2017A6 to request pricing.
$12,500.00Designed in the early 1940's this beautiful Laykin et Cie ring marries the best of the East with the West. Stunning translucent green jade cut in the traditional Chinese style in a manner which has adorned wedding fingers in the Middle Kingdom for over a thousand years and then married to a skirt of exquisite brilliant diamonds which hugs the ring with a perfect fit. We felt it fitting to name this ring after one of the most sophisticated and striking ladies of the era; Madame Chiang. How perfectly it would have looked on her slender hands.Visit product page →
$7,500.00The Mocambo....originally designed at Laykin et Cie for one of Mocambo owner Charlie Morrisson's "friends" in 1941. The ring, now brought back to life in 2017 evokes the passions of the era, set in beautiful 18kt rose gold and channel set square rubies with two rows of brilliant round diamonds. The center provides a perfect knot for this bow of yesteryear....a delicious diamond. This beautiful bow ring can also be ordered as a mounting to accommodate your own diamond center stone and makes for an perfect way to say thank you....or I love you. The Mocambo was one of Sunset Strips most famous night clubs from 1941 - 1957 and was located across the street from the location of the original Laykin et Cie Hollywood salon. It featured performances and customers representing Hollywood's A list. Also featured on this page is the original sketch of the Mocambo Ring from the Laykin et Cie archives circa 1941.Visit product page →
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Evoking the 1930's Art Deco interpretation of ancient Egyptian themes; this strong ring of sultry proportions and modernistic presence establishes it's presenter as a woman of conviction. Nephertiti was designed at the Laykin et Cie attelier on Sunset Blvd in 1935 and originally featured choices of opaque Onyx, Lapis or Malachite.
Our 2017 reinterpretation of this stylistic gem ensconces gorgeous hand cut and polished gems to feature their stunning translucence devoid of the complexities created by facets. These stones forcefully challenge the status quo with a bold statement of purity and resolution. Laykin et Cie is pleased to present Nephertiti in Blue or Brown Topaz, Yellow Citrine, Pink or Green Tourmaline, or Amethyst set in 18KT yellow gold.
$4,400.00This beautiful ring has been flaming the fires of passion since the early 1950's when Laykin et Cie lead designer Zell Cannell created this perennial favorite. Yellow gold flames envelope her finger crescendoing into a melange of perfect brilliant diamonds. Fire and Ice. The building blocks of our landscape. The pure emotions of our soul. 18KT Yellow Gold with full cut fine diamonds.Visit product page →
$3,500.00Crafted in 18kt yellow gold and full cut fine diamonds, The Turbine was designed in 1937 and was influenced by the bold designs of the all important aviation industry in Los Angeles. Among the early Laykin clientele were many pioneers of the air from Donald Douglas to Howard Hughes.Visit product page →