What a spectacular example of a diamond ring from the Art Deco period and shows just why this era is so sought after for a ring including as a sensational engagement ring.
Hand made in platinum in the 1920’s, the ring measures 1.9cm in length by 1.4cm to the shoulder plus the band with the diamond on the side and looks spectacular on the finger.
The design of this ring is captivating with the amazing pierce work which looks even more wonderful when it is worn on the finger when it shows the skin tone.
There are a total of 17 diamonds with the centre semi-modern cut diamond weighing 0.15 carats and the 16 old European cut diamonds having a total weight of 0.76 carats and they all have a wonderful sparkle to them.
Made in 18ct white gold and platinum when you see this ring on your finger it is so easy to see why diamond Art Deco rings are so popular and sought after.