Here is a beautiful Art Deco diamond engagement ring that was hand made in the 1920's entirely in platinum in such a traditional design that looks as beautiful today as when it was made all those years ago.
This ring is truly the epitome of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring with a lovely 0.64 carat European cut diamond that is G in colour and VS1 in clarity sitting proudly in the centre and is claw set to allow the maximum amount of light to enter into the diamond making it sparkle so beautifully whenever you look at it.
With three single cut diamonds set on each shoulder to highlight the ring and the centre diamond, these additional diamonds total 0.06 carats and lead to an elegant band that will easily accommodate a wedding band to be worn next to it.
Measuring 6.3mm wide at the top by 14.7mm across from where on shoulder diamond starts on one side across to the other, this is a perfect diamond engagement ring that will always be loved and admired.
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This vintage Art Deco diamond engagement ring was entirely hand made in platinum. Platinum was the metal of choice during the Art Deco period, as it is the purest metal used in jewellery and never needs rhodium plating as modern white gold does and is also incredibly strong. Able to be drawn into a fine wire and still retain so much strength, this is the reason why many Art Deco brooches for example have such fine and precise detail and are still in excellent condition today. This particular Art Deco engagement ring is claw set in the centre with a European cut diamond and highlighted on each side by single cut diamonds. In a traditional and very elegant design, this is the epitome of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will also easily accommodate a wedding band worn next to it. This diamond engagement ring comes from an era that has never gone out of fashion or style and remains the most popular era for engagement rings today.
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