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Here is a truly spectacular diamond engagement ring that was made during the fabulous Art Deco period of the 1920's and is made even more special by the company that made it. Made by the Belais Manufacturing Company in America, its founder David Belais was one of the first jewellers to create white gold with his patent for it becoming so popular and sought after, that white gold jewellery produced during this time in America, was often called "Belais metal". Not only did they produce their own white gold, but the design of the ring is truly magnificent from every angle that you view it. From the top can be seen the lovely 0.50 carat round diamond that is set into a hexagonal setting and the shoulders have the most wonderful pierce work design. Not content to just stop there, but looking at the ring from the other sides shows exquisite detail that is breathtaking to admire. This is truly an exceptional example of a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring of the 1920's, and showcases why Art Deco rings have always remained so popular. Sitting perfectly on the finger, this is a wonderful Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will always be loved and admired and worn with so much pride. Stock# ES9666 Circa: 1920 Maker: Belais (Belais Manufacturing Co) Sold.