The jewellery designs from the Art Deco period have stood the test of time.
From the early part of the 20th Century, and generally to be considered around the 1920′s, the Art Deco movement influenced not only jewellery, but other things such as the designs of cars, clothes and even buildings such as the historic Chrysler Building.
Art Deco rings have always remained popular and sought after, and are perfect for any occasion, especially as a wonderful and unique engagement ring. Art Deco diamond engagement rings are always in demand as well as other examples of Art Deco engagement rings set with sapphires or rubies.
Art Deco bracelets, Art Deco earrings and Art Deco brooches, could sometimes be set with an incredible amount of precious gemstones such as sapphire, rubies and diamonds, yet be set in a style that is so elegant and stylish even today.
Art Deco jewellery has a style all of its own, and it is so easy to fall in love with anything from this era.
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Hand made in platinum, this ring dates from the around 1935 and shows its Art Deco styling with the influence of the upcoming retro period of the 1940's.
The star of the show would have to be the gorgeous aquamarine that is highlighted with two diamonds set on each side.
The aquamarine measures 7.7 carats and the diamonds total 0.06 carats and highlight the ring just enough to sparkle in the day or night.
The top of the ring measures 16.9mm by 15.9mm and leads down to the most wonderful band and scroll work on the sides.
So elegantly made with the scroll work pattern, it is this detail that makes hand made jewellery last for a lifetime.
With all the elegance and charm of a time gone by, this is such a magnificent Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring.
Platinum is the most highly regarded of all the precious metals thanks to its pure white colour and ability to be drawn into a fine wire while still being able to retain the strength needed to hold the diamonds.
The form of this pendant is just magnificent and is set with a total of 59 diamonds and then highlighted with a pearl at the bottom.
From left to right, the pendant measures 29.2mm across by 38mm from the top of the pendant to the pearl at the bottom.
The total diamond weight is 0.68 carats and they all sparkle magnificently.
Laid out, from end to end the platinum chain that it is attached to measures 45.5cm allowing this diamond pendant to sit at the perfect height on the neckline.
Elkington and Co were so highly regarded with their work that they even provided the flatware used on the Titanic and other White Star Line passenger ships.
Complete in its original velvet lined box, this is a truly spectacular Edwardian diamond pendant that looks and feel simply amazing on the neckline.
Superbly hand made in platinum, the work end fine attention to detail that went into creating this ring is simply extraordinary and will have you admiring it for hours on end.
In the centre is a magnificent royal blue natural sapphire that measures 1.90 carats and really looks divine set into the pure white colour of the platinum.
On each side of the sapphire are two square cut diamonds and then a row of four round diamonds.
The distance across from the four diamonds over to the other side measures 18.4mm across by 11.9mm wide at the centre.
On the shoulders the diamonds run down the side and all of this is highlighted with an open pierce work design.
Then on each other side of this ring are not only more diamonds but one triangular cut sapphire that really looks amazing.
These side sapphires total 0.04 carats and the four square cut diamonds 0.60 carats. On top of this, there are a further 66 round diamonds that total 1.14 carats, bringing the total diamond weight to an impressive 1.74 carats.
From every angle, and no matter what finger this ring is on, it will always look spectacular and get the attention that it rightly deserves.
The shape of this ring looks amazing on any hand and really accentuates the finger.
From one end to the other the ring measures 24.1mm in length and from the diamonds set on each side this distance measures 14.3mm across.
There is the central diamond that really stands out especially being set with those four triangular cut sapphires and to further add more sparkle to this ring, it is set with 10 more diamonds set amongst the most incredible pierce work design.
The 11 diamonds total 0.96 carats and the four sapphires 0.06 carats.
Along the setting of both the sapphires and the diamonds, they have been wonderfully milgrain set which is the fine crimping along the edges which adds so much charm to it and is typical of Art Deco jewellery of this period.
Even the band has been expertly hand engraved which adds so much more charm and shows the quality of this Art Deco ring.
Art Deco rings have never gone out of fashion or style, and this ring would suit any finger including making an incredible example of an Art Deco engagement ring.
Entirely hand made in platinum in the 1920's, this ring combines the pure white colour of platinum with the black onyx in a superb design and colour combination that contrasts so well against each other.
In such a unique way, the onyx set into this ring is not just one piece, rather it is made up of multiple faceted pieces that fit absolutely perfect together and would have been so time consuming to cut with such an exact finish to them all.
Then there is the sparkle from the diamonds to make this Art Deco ring shine so well.
In the centre is a round semi-modern cut diamond that measures 0.15 carats and then surrounding the setting is the sparkle from 18 more diamonds that total 0.16 carats.
From left to right the top of the ring measures 13.9mm by 15.2mm and when you look on the side of the band you will see how expertly hand engraved the ring is.
Art Deco onyx and diamond rings always look so elegant on the finger and this one is one that will always be admired and appreciated to the fine quality and expert craftsmanship.
Circa: 1920 (Art Deco)
Hand made in the 1920's in 18ct yellow and white gold, the ring is set with a rectangle piece of black onyx that measures 17.8mm by 10.8mm wide.
In the centre of the onyx is the diamond which sparkles so brilliantly and stands out even more set into the black onyx.
The diamond is a wonderful old European cut diamond that measures 0.42 carats and is G in colour and Si in clarity.
The onyx leads down to the band where the start is made with white gold leading to the yellow gold band.
Art Deco onyx and diamond rings look so elegant on any finger and this one is just divine.
Circa: 1920 (Art Deco)
Hand made in 14ct rose gold and silver, the rose gold looks amazing and has such a wonderful warm colour that looks magnificent with the ruby.
The design of this cluster ring is wonderful with the diamonds set on the outer edge of the ring which radiates so well and looks spectacular on the finger.
The natural ruby measures 0.45 carats and the surrounding 16 diamonds total 0.32 carats.
From left to right the ring measures 12.1mm across by 18.2mm and is so elegant and refined and sits perfectly on the finger.
This is such a wonderful Art Deco era ruby and diamond ring that will always be admired and loved every time that it is worn.
Art Deco rings have always remained so popular and sought after as has the cluster design of a coloured gemstone surrounded by diamonds.
In the centre is a very vibrant natural emerald that measures 2.85 carats and has a fabulous green colour to it which is highlighted by the diamonds surrounding it.
In total there are 8 old European cut diamonds that sparkle magnificently and total 1.12 carats.
All hand made in 18ct white gold, the setting measures 15.6mm across by 17.2mm wide and sits magnificently on the finger.
The diamonds and emeralds are also milgrain set which is the fine crimped edges along the setting which was typical of many Art Deco jewellery.
This is such an elegant Art Deco ring that would suit any finger as well as making a wonderful engagement ring.