Diamond eternity rings are as popular today as when this one was made and is a wonderful example of an Art Deco 1920’s era diamond eternity ring.
Diamond eternity rings are so called as the diamonds continue all around the band and look so good when worn on their own or worn as intended as a match to a diamond engagement ring.
Hand made in platinum which was the metal of choice for the Art Deco rings of this period, the ring is set with 26 diamonds that totals 0.26 carats which all have a wonderful sparkle to them.
Each diamond has been individually seated in its own frame which makes it very secure as well as easy to clean and all the diamonds are millgrain set which is that very fine crimping along both edges of the ring which again is typical of diamond rings from the Art Deco era.
The ring measures 2.5mm wide and is currently a size K 1/2 and our master jewellers can adjust the size of this ring a few sizes larger or smaller if needed.
Looking at the side of the ring you will see the most expertly hand engraved sides which is simply captivating.
Platinum is such a pure metal that would make this diamond eternity ring sit so well against another Art Deco diamond engagement ring and we are finding that the desire for a genuine Art Deco diamond eternity ring has increased so much over the years and this one is just perfect.
If you have a diamond engagement ring from the 1920’s and were after a platinum diamond eternity ring from this period, then this ring might just be the one you have been after.