Art Deco engagement rings are as popular now as when they were made all those years ago, and here we have a very beautiful Art Deco emerald and diamond cluster ring that would suit any occasion including making a wonderful example of an Art Deco engagement ring.
Hand made around 1920, this ring was all hand made in 15ct rose gold. 15ct gold stopped
being used in 1932 and it is so hard to find rings set with precious gemstones in rose gold making this an even more unique Art Deco ring.
Set in the centre is one central diamond surrounded by a further 8 diamonds, and these diamonds total 0.29 carats. Making this an even more exciting example of a diamond cluster ring is of course the border of 21 vibrant green natural emeralds that really makes this ring stand out.
The emeralds total 0.32 carats and look so good against with the rose gold and diamonds.
Measuring 10.3mm across, this is the perfect size to wear all the time and will certainly get the attention it rightly deserves.
This style of cluster ring has been a popular design for centuries and this one is made all the more unique by the use of rose gold as well as the border of emeralds making this a truly spectacular Art Deco ring and would be a perfect example of a very unique and special Art Deco engagement ring.