Here is a spectacular sapphire and diamond cluster ring right from the Art Deco period of the 1920’s that would suit any finger perfectly and also make a superb example of an Art Deco engagement ring that will always be loved and cherished. Entirely hand made in platinum by Hardy Brothers in the 1920’s, platinum is the most precious of all the metals and was used extensively by the jewellers of this period thanks in part to its wonderful purity when used in jewellery making and its incredible ability to be able to be drawn into a fine wire and still have the strength to not only hold the gemstones securely in place but also to be able to be worked into fabulous fine details such as can be seen in this ring.
In the centre is a gorgeous Ceylonese sapphire that has the most wonderful blue colour to it and is then surrounded by the diamonds. The sapphire measures 2.70 carats in weight and has such a fine blue colour and perfect transparency to it allowing you to see right through the sapphire and admire it in all its beauty. Surrounding the sapphire are 16 diamonds with a further three more diamonds on each side. The setting measures 14.4mm from left to right by 11.3mm and sits so well on the hand.
Even under the ring you can see the beauty of the handmade setting and the lovely attention to detail that makes this ring even more special and elegant.
So elegant and refined, this Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring will always look so elegant on the finger.