Here is a very elegant Art Deco 2 stone diamond ring that will suit any finger and occasion, including making a wonderful example of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring.
Beautifully hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum in the 1920’s, this ring is set with two main European cut diamonds that are designed in their own setting with the millgrain edge which was a common technique during the Art Deco period where the bezel setting for the diamonds display that fine and elegant crimping along the edge.
The way they have been set makes them seem to almost float in the centre and shows the quality of craftsmanship that went into making this ring all those years ago.
And then set among the pierce work detail are four rose cut diamonds and four single cut diamonds that add the right amount of sparkle to an already incredibly beautiful ring.
This work and detail could only be made with platinum which has the wonderful ability to be drawn into a fine wire all the while retaining its strength and integrity.
The European cut diamonds total 0.40 carats and are F in colour and Vs to Si in clarity with the additional diamonds total 0.10 carats and the top section of the ring itself measures 7.6mm wide by 18.6mm in length and accentuates the finger so well.
From near or far, this Art Deco diamond ring will never cease to amaze and impress.