Here is a perfect example of a very elegant and refined 1920’s Art Deco diamond engagement ring that sits so perfectly on the finger and is one that will always be admired and loved.
Exquisitely hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum, platinum was often used in Art Deco jewellery thanks in part to its pure white colour and ability to be worked into the finest detail all the while being able to retain the strength of the setting.
In the centre is a very vibrant European cut diamond that measures 0.83 carats and is H in colour and Si in clarity and has the most amazing sparkle to it combined with the fact that it was hand cut a century ago.
And then on each side is a small diamond just to add that extra sparkle amongst the detail on the band and these diamonds total 0.02 carats and from where the engraving starts on one side across to the other, this distance measures 18.1mm by 7mm wide at the centre.
There is nothing quite as special and romantic as a genuine Art Deco diamond ring adorning our finger, and this one is just so special and beautiful.