Emeralds look so good set against the pure white of platinum such as can be seen here in this very lovely 1920’s Art Deco emerald and diamond ring.
Hand made with an 18ct white gold band, the top is platinum which is the purest of all the metals used in jewellery and was so often used by the jewellers of the Art Deco era and goes so well with the emerald and diamonds.
The ring is set with a vibrant Colombian emerald that measures 0.70 carats and then is surrounded by 4 large diamonds and 4 smaller diamonds that totals 0.52 carats.
From left to right the top of the ring measures 12.1mm across, by 10.4mm high and sits so well on the finger
Art Deco rings have never gone out of fashion for any occasion and not only would this be a wonderful Art Deco ring for any occasion, it would also make a superb example of an Art Deco engagement ring and one ring that will always look so elegant on the finger.