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This ring is so elegant and sits so well on the finger, that there is little doubt that it will always be loved and admired every time that it is worn. Hand made in the 1930's in 18 carat white gold, in the centre sits a beautiful aquamarine that measures 0.80 carats and is surrounded by fourteen mine cut diamonds that come together to total 0.42 carats and compliment the aquamarine perfectly. With the top of the ring measuring 11.9mm by 10.8mm, the proportions of this ring are perfect to wear all the time, as well as being so comfortable. This is such an attractive and elegant example of why Art Deco jewellery has never gone out of fashion or style. Stock# ES9826 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Art Deco rings have never gone out of fashion or style, and here is a very beautiful Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring dating from the 1940's that will stand out from the crowd. Hand made in 14ct yellow and white gold, this ring is set with a beautiful oval aquamarine that measures 3.20 carats in size and sits so well in the ring and will certainly be admired no matter the time of day or night. Set on each side each in their individual setting, are two rose cut diamonds which add the right amount of sparkle to this ring and highlight the hand made setting beautifully. These diamonds total 0.06 carats and the ring measures 18.1mm across from one end diamond to the other side by 13.2mm wide at the centre. This ring sits so well on the finger, and with the sparkle from the diamonds highlighting the beautiful soft blue from the aquamarine, this ring is just perfect in all respects. Art Deco jewellery has that special charm and character about it, and this one most certainly does. Stock# ES7820 Circa: 1940 $Sold
Jewellery from the Art Deco period have always remained so popular and here is an exceptional 1920's Art Deco era aquamarine and diamond ring. With exquisite detail on the sides, this ring was hand made in 18ct white gold and is set with an aquamarine that is the most pure blue in colour. Measuring 3.37 carats in weight, it looks amazing set into the white gold. With such a lovely blue colour that will always stand out, this shows why aquamarines are such a popular gemstone. On the left and right sides leading up from the band, there are single cut diamonds set into three sections from the aquamarine down to the band. Then incredibly there is a marquise cut diamond set into the side as well showing how much thought and attention to detail went into creating this ring. And then on the other side of the ring there are yet even more diamonds which add even more sparkle and charm to this incredible Art Deco ring. All the single cut diamonds total 0.60 carats and the two marquise cut diamonds 0.12 carats. From the pure blue of the aquamarine, the sparkle from the diamonds to the incredible detail, there is no denying that this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring is just spectacular. Stock# ES7355 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Aquamarine has such a beautiful blue colour to it and here is a very elegant aquamarine and diamond ring from the Art Deco era of the 1920's that sits so well on the finger and will always be loved and admired. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the design of this ring compliments the aquamarine so well which is then highlighted by the diamonds set on each side. The aquamarine itself measures 5.10 carats and has such a perfect consistent blue colour to it that really looks spectacular on the finger day or night. The three rose cut diamonds each side total 0.06 carats and give that delicate amount of sparkle to the ring all the while highlighting the aquamarine as the star of the show. Measuring 11.1mm by 19.1mm across, this ring sits perfectly on the finger and is a testament to the quality and designs of the wonderful Art Deco period. Stock# ES7246 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Here is a truly exquisite Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring that dates from the 1930's and has been so beautifully designed and set with the most wonderful aquamarine that is highlighted by diamonds. Expertly hand made in platinum, in the centre is that gorgeous aquamarine that measures 6.20 carats and has the most perfect blue colour to it. Aquamarine came from the words meaning "two handfuls of seawater" and when you look at this aquamarine the term can be so aptly applied. The colour is so perfect and kept to its colour thanks to being set in platinum which is a pure white colour and was the most popular precious metal to be used during the Art Deco period. Set on each side are six single cut diamonds and one baguette cut diamond with the diamonds having a total weight of 0.64 carats and the design if the setting for the diamonds really enhances the ring so much more and highlights the quality and style of the period. Measuring 21.7mm across from the diamonds on one end to the other side by 12.7mm, this is such an elegant aquamarine and diamond ring that will always stand out for its elegance, class and sophistication. Stock# ES7327 Circa: 1930 $Sold
Sitting perfectly on the finger, this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring was beautifully hand made in platinum in such an elegant design that will always be admired for its beauty and elegance. Dating from the 1920's and made in such an elegant design, in the centre of the ring sits the most perfect emerald cut aquamarine that measures 0.85 carats and not only has a wonderful blue to it but also a perfect clarity to match. Set in platinum really highlights the wonderful soft blue that aquamarine displays and this is of course enhanced by being surrounded by twelve round early brilliant cut diamonds that are so beautifully set with a further five more diamonds on each band. The total diamond weight for this ring is 0.51 carats and the setting of the ring measures 9.3mm across by 11.7mm. Sitting so well on the finger in such a beautiful and elegant design, this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring is one that will always be admired for its beauty and elegance. Stock# ES7340 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
With such an incredible presence on the finger there is no doubt that this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring set in platinum will always be admired for its beauty and quality of the aquamarine and diamonds. In wonderful proportions to each other, the aquamarine has such a pure blue colour and measures 7.10 carats and is so captivating to look. The quality of this aquamarine is just wonderful with such a perfect colour and clarity that is enhanced by the platinum which is such a pure white colour and was popular in jewellery of the Art Deco period. On each side is one baguette cut diamond and one trilliant cut diamond that really accentuate the ring even further. There was such a clever use of these cuts of diamonds where the baguette cut diamond highlight the straight edge of the aquamarine and the trilliant cut diamond leads down to the band so elegantly. With a total weight of 0.84 carats, they give the right amount of sparkle to catch the eyes of all who see this magnificent ring. Measuring 14.6mm by 20.7mm across, this aquamarine and diamond ring sits so well on the finger and no doubt will always be admired. Stock# ES7354 Circa: 1920 $Sold.