The diamond cluster ring has been such a traditional style of ring and suits any finger on the hand as well as making a wonderful engagement ring. And here is a handmade diamond cluster ring made in the early part of the Art Deco era in 18ct yellow gold and platinum.
Set with six diamonds surrounding the one in the centre, the diamonds total 0.1 carats and are G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity. And making it even nicer is the way all the diamonds has been individually set creating that wonderful star pattern originating from the centre diamond.
The top of the ring measures 8.1mm across by 7.7mm and sits so elegantly and flat on the finger making it very comfortable to wear all the time.
Even the 18ct yellow gold band is typical of this era in what is called a knife edge shank where the band goes from being half round at the back and leads up to the top of the setting where the diamonds are set in a design somewhat similar to a knife edge.
This is such a sweet and attractive Art Deco era diamond ring all hand made and for $1,100 just goes to show that a genuine Art Deco era diamond ring doesn’t have to break the bank.