Platinum Art Deco diamond engagement ring from the 1920’s
Set with a European cut diamond, this Art Deco diamond engagement ring was all hand made to an incredible standard. With twenty six more diamonds on all sides, this is an incredible example of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring that is truly like no other. Art Deco engagement rings have remained popular throughout the subsequent decades thanks in part to the incredible designs. Often hand made in platinum, platinum was very popular during the Art Deco period and has the distinct advantage over white gold in that it remains a pure white colour as well as having the incredible ability to be drawn into a fine wire and still retain the strength to hold the diamonds. Modern white gold has to be rhodium plated from every 2 years to even every few months, however this need never apply to platinum as it is a pure white metal to begin with when extracted from the ground.
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