Just look at the detail in this ring and it is so easy to see why Art Deco diamond engagement rings are as popular and sought after as ever.
The Art Deco period was between the 1920’s to the 1940’s and resulted in some truly elegant and attractive designs in not only jewellery but fashion and architecture and has never gone out of fashion or style.
And here is a very elegant hand made Art Deco ring that would be perfect to be worn as an engagement ring. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, this ring is set with one central diamonds and one smaller diamond each side. This is all set among the most elegant and fine platinum work. One advantage platinum has over white gold is how fine the platinum can be drawn into a wire, be worked into a very elegant design and still strong enough to support not only the ring but also the diamonds.
The centre diamond weighs 0.28 carats and is H in colour and P1 clarity and the two smaller diamonds total 0.02 carats. The centre diamond is a lovely antique hand cut diamond and although P1 in clarity it does have a wonderful sparkle and shine to it and all the charm of an antique diamond.
From where the work starts on one side and goes over to the other, this distance measures 17.3mm by 6.7mm wide at the centre making this a very comfortable engagement ring to wear all the time.
Art Deco engagement rings always seem to have that something special to them, and this engagement ring is certainly no exception.