Here is a magnificent 1940's Art Deco diamond engagement ring that is simply stunning in its elegance and design which is mirrored by the wonderful sparkle of the diamond in the centre in the most magnificent setting.
Hand made in platinum in France towards the end of the Art Deco period, this ring used platinum which was popular in the Art Deco period, but also incorporates a stunning bold setting which became popular in the 1950's era.
Set in the centre is a gorgeous semi-modern cut diamond that measures 1.40 carats and is F in colour and VS in clarity meaning that it is lovely and white and is also very clean inside and the sparkle from this diamond is then complimented by the incredible scalloped setting. This setting is just so unique and is then highlighted by four more diamonds running down each side of the band. These additional diamonds total 0.08 carats and are there to highlight the ring further, without taking away from the beauty of both the centre diamond and its setting.
Measuring 9.8mm in diameter, this Art Deco diamond engagement ring is just divine and will always be complimented, admired and above all always loved and cherished.
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1940's Art Deco engagement ring
1940's Art Deco engagement ring hand made in France.
This Art Deco diamond engagement ring was hand made in platinum. Art Deco engagement rings have remained so popular over the years. The designs of the 1920's to the 1940's resulted in timeless designs that are so fashionable today.
Where can I buy conflict free diamonds?
At Kalmar Antiques! As our rings are often over 100 years old, you can be safe in knowing that they are conflict-free diamonds. Another advantage is that antique rings are kind on the environment as they were all made over a century ago.
Where is the best place to buy an antique engagement ring?
At Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney. For over thirty five years, we have been dealing in fine quality antique engagement rings.
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