Hand made in 18ct yellow and white gold, this diamond engagement ring from the Art Deco era of the 1920’s looks so beautiful and elegant on the hand and sits just perfectly.
One of the differences between a hand made ring and a more mass produced cast made ring is the quality in the detail that can be obtained when it is made by hand, which is so evident when you look at this ring from not only the top but also the sides.
It is this exquisite detail that really adds so much unique charm and character to the ring which is only highlighted even more by the lovely hand cut diamond sitting proudly in the centre.
The diamond measures 0.26 carats and is G in colour and Si in clarity and has all the charm and character of a diamond that was cut by hand nearly a century ago.
On each side of the diamond is an engraved section of white gold and from where this starts on one side across to the end of the other side, this distance measures 15mm across by 6.9mm wide at the centre.
When you look at the side profile of the ring, you will instantly fall in love with the intricate detail that really shows why genuine Art Deco diamond engagement rings continue to be so highly sought after.
The Art Deco period of the 1920’s was a truly fabulous and decadent era, and this engagement ring is just so stunning.