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Black and white works so well as can be seen in this genuine Art Deco onyx and diamond plaque ring from the 1920's. With the wonderful emerald cut black onyx measuring 14.4mm across by 22.1mm, the claws as well as the shoulders of this ring are in platinum which is a lovely pure white colour that looks brilliant holding onto the onyx. And then in the centre is another feature often found in Art Deco jewellery - a shape in a shape concept. Here there is a round diamond that measures 0.45 carats, yet it is bezel set in an octagonal setting. And then not only is it bezel set, but it has a millgrain finish which can be seen as the elegant crimping along the edge of the setting which was also popular during the Art Deco era of the 1920's to the 1940's. With an elegant band and a wonderful sleek look highlighted with the diamond sitting proudly in the centre, this is a perfect example of an Art Deco ring that will always look so elegant no matter where ever and whenever it is worn. Stock# ES8352 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is such a fabulous 18 carat rose gold onyx and diamond ring dating from the 1920's that looks so beautiful from every angle that you look at it. From the top is the onyx which is set with a 0.42 carat European cut diamond in the centre which has such a wonderful sparkle to it and certainly stands out set against the black colour of the onyx. This top section of the ring measures 16.9mm by 12.7mm and regardless of which finger it is worn on, it will certainly get the attention that it rightly deserves. Looking at the ring from the side shows the beautiful warm colour emanating from the rose gold. It is hard to find rose gold in 18 carat as the higher in carat the gold, the more yellow it becomes, and the colour of this rose is so lovely and soft and looks even more beautiful on the finger. Also from the side you can see the most elegant setting which shows how much attention to detail went into making this ring all those years ago and showcases the high quality of this ring. And finally it also shows the natural white band in the onyx. Onyx is a cryptocrystalline material from the quartz family and is more often seen in just black, however onyx has a white band naturally occurring which can be seen from the side. All of this goes to create a truly stunning example of an Art Deco onyx and diamond ring that highlights why there is nothing quite like a genuine Art Deco ring adorning your finger. Stock# ES8307 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Art Deco jewellery of the 1920's to the 1940's is as popular today as when it was made, and when you see this Art Deco onyx and diamond ring dating from the 1920's on your finger it is so easy to see why. Hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum, the use of the white metals contrasts so well with the pure black on the onyx. This simple black and white combination just works so well and when it is combined with diamonds, it gets even better. In the centre is an early brilliant cut diamond that not only sits proudly in the centre, but also has the most charming star design setting surrounding it. And then at each end are three rose cut diamonds, again in a very elegant setting with an additional rose cut diamond set onto each shoulder. These diamonds total 0.22 carats and really stand out against the black onyx. With the ring measuring 16mm by 9.8mm across, and being a genuine Art Deco ring, this ring is just spectacular and sure to always get the admiration that it deserves. Stock# ES7808 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Black and white works so well together as can be seen here in this very beautiful 18ct white gold Art Deco facetted onyx and diamond ring dating from the 1940's. Beautifully hand made, often these onyx and diamond Art Deco rings would have a flat piece of onyx, whereas this one has a wonderful facetted piece of black onyx which really makes this ring so unique. And then sitting proudly in the centre is a 0.12 carat early brilliant cut diamond to catch your eye and set into the black makes it stand out even more. The onyx measures 13.1mm across by 14.7mm and sits so comfortably on the finger, and then on each side of the band, there is also a rose cut diamond.Â This adds to the charm and character of this ring and to highlight and make the ring even more unique and special. These additional diamonds just show how much thought and attention that went into making this ring during the fabulous Art Deco period and why Art Deco rings and other pieces of jewellery have never gone out of fashion or style. The work that can be seen under the ring also shows the quality and level of craftsmanship that went into making this ring. This Art Deco onyx and diamond ring is just so beautiful and will no doubt continue to always be admired. Stock# ES7495 Circa: 1940 $Sold.