What could be more exciting than a genuine Art Deco diamond ring on your finger and here is one that is truly magnificent and destined to be admired every time that it is worn.
Entirely hand made in platinum in the 1920’s, the wonderful geometric design of Art Deco rings is one of the characteristics seen here in this ring. Combined with platinum which was the precious metal of choice during this era, you are left with this stunning ring.
In the centre there is a 1.02 carat European cut diamond that sparkles magnificently. Again typical of Art Deco jewellery there is quite often a “shape inside a shape” such as this round diamond in a square setting. Then on the outer edges there are two round diamonds in rectangle settings and at each end a further round diamond set into a triangular setting.
In total there are a further 28 more European cut diamonds with a total weight of 1.12 carats giving the ring a total diamond weight of 2.24 carats.
Again often found in genuine Art Deco rings, the setting has the milgrain finish which can be seen as the crimping along the edge of the setting which adds that extra character.
From left to right the ring measures 18mm across by 14.6mm and sits so well on the finger.
Art Deco diamond rings are so special and this one is certainly no exception.