Quite often you come across an Art Deco ring that takes your breath away and this Art Deco engagement ring does exactly that.
Exquisitely hand made in platinum during the Art Deco period of the 1920’s, platinum was the metal of choice by jewellers of this period thanks to its pure white colour and ability to be drawn into a fine wire all the while being able to hold securely the diamonds.
This ring would really suit any finger and make one of the finest examples of an Art Deco engagement ring around, thanks to the 1.35 carat European cut diamond in the centre.
The sparkle from this centre diamond is incredible and being over 1 carat in size will make it certainly get noticed. It is a wonderful hand cut diamond from this era that is H in colour and P1 in clarity. A note on the clarity of this diamond, many people look at a chart that says P1 has eye visible inclusions, and then not look at a ring. It is best to look at the ring and see how it “faces up”. This diamond has such a marvelous sparkle to it, and combined with the size and the intricate setting, you will not see the inclusion in this diamond over all the sparkle that reflects to your eye. Also the way it is set to further allow so much natural light through the diamond, really makes this ring shine.
And then there are a further twenty four more diamonds set around in the most fabulous design that add the right amount of elegance and class to an already spectacular design.
These diamonds total 0.24 carats, and the setting measures 13.2mm from left to right by 12.5mm.
On or off the finger, this is one of the most spectacular Art Deco diamond engagement rings around and one that will always be treasured for a lifetime.