Art Nouveau jewellery of the late 1800’s to the start of World War One in 1914 is characterised by having a style that went away from the symmetry of the late Victorian jewellery and Edwardian era all of the same times and is often made with an asymmetrical style that is all unto itself.
And here is a very sophisticated diamond ring from the Art Nouveau era that looks sensational on any finger. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold around 1895, this ring is set with a total of 10 diamonds in a wonderful unique style.
With four main diamonds, there are also a further six running across the band to give this ring even more sparkle. The four main diamonds total 0.86 carats and the six smaller ones total 0.06 carats and from the end where one of the smaller diamonds are set across to the other side this distance measures 12.1mm across by 13.7mm wide.
The style of this ring is so fantastic and really stands out day or night and with such a unique design will always be appreciated, admired and loved forever.