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The design and style of this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond cluster ring is just incredible and is sure to be loved and admired every time that it is worn. Rings made in the 1920's such as when this was made, have such a fantastic style and design that has never gone out of fashion and remain as popular today as when they were made all those years ago. Beautifully hand made in 18ct gold, the aquamarine in the centre has such a fantastic pure blue colour and measures 1.25 carats in weight. The colour of this aquamarine is such a pure blue colour that looks even more incredible on the finger and will rightly get the attention it deserves. And then surrounding the aquamarine are four larger European cut diamonds and twelve smaller European cut diamonds that give this ring such a unique look to it compared to other cluster rings. The larger diamonds total 0.32 carats and the smaller ones 0.36 carats and highlight both the aquamarine and the ring perfectly. (What are European cut diamonds? Learn about the difference of antique cut diamonds here: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds/ Measuring 12.4mm by 15.1mm it has the perfect proportions to wear all the time, and even from the side of the ring you can see how well it has been hand made and designed. No matter when this ring is worn, it will show just how perfect a genuine Art Deco ring is and why they have remained continually so highly sought after. Stock# ES7152 Circa: 1920 $Sold.