Can it get more beautiful than this?
An absolutely stunning Art Deco emerald and diamond ring that looks incredible on or off the finger and would also make a superb Art Deco engagement ring.
Made in the 1930’s this ring is so typical of the beauty and elegance of Art Deco jewellery with such a wonderful combination of colours combined with the setting and its intricate detail.
Set with a diamond in the centre that measures 0.68 carats, it is F in colour and Si in clarity meaning that it is so lovely and white with no inclusions that you can see with the naked eye and it really sparkles day or night.
Cluster designs have been around for centuries, however typical of the angular designs that came out during this Art Deco period, the cluster is squared in shape and set with 20 square cut emeralds that look amazing set against the white gold and the diamond.
The emeralds total 0.30 carats and really add an amazing amount of colour to this ring.
Measuring 9.5mm squared at the top it then leads down to that amazing band with the pierce work design that in itself is captivating.
Even on the edge of of the setting and the band, the pierce work design and engraving adds so much more charm and character to an already stunning ring.
There is nothing quite like an Art Deco ring and if for that special finger, nothing quite like an Art Deco engagement ring.