The attention to detail is just one of the many things that makes Art Deco diamond rings so popular and sought after, and here is an amazing example of a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring set with blue sapphires on each side, as well as diamonds around the setting and so much detail in the ring itself, making this a wonderful ring from the exciting 1920’s.
All hand made in platinum, the ring is set with a 1.05 carat diamond in the centre that weighs 1.05 carats and is H in colour and VS in clarity.
To make this Art Deco ring more unique and special, it is set with 10 diamonds around the setting as well as having 2 square cut blue sapphires set on each side of the diamond.
One of the many advantages of both hand made jewellery as well as platinum, is the pure white colour of platinum as well as the strength that it holds, allowing for the small diamonds around the setting to still be held securely in place as being able to be expertly hand engraved around the setting and down the band as can be seen in the images below.
Platinum was so popular during the Art Deco era and certainly helps to compliment the diamonds.
The four square cut sapphires add so much pizazz to the ring and really help to make this Art Deco diamond engagement ring stand out on its own, and these four diamonds total 0.12 carats in weight and are matched perfectly for colour.
No matter from which angle you look at this ring, it has all the charm and character of the 1920 Art Deco era and will certainly make a superb example of an Art Deco diamond engagement ring that will always be admired, appreciated and commented on.