Here is a very attractive antique diamond ring dating from the Edwardian era of around 1910, and designed in a style still with the influence of the Art Nouveau period.
Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, this ring is set with 3 European cut diamonds with 5 lovely old rose cut diamonds on each side set into a leaf design.
The three main diamonds total 0.32 carats and the 10 rose cut diamonds total 0.06 carats and the design of this ring is wonderful and flat and so easy to wear on any finger all day and night.
The way the 3 diamonds angle off to one side is characteristic of the flowing designs of the Art Nouveau period that lasted up until 1914, and the simple elegance of this ring made with the platinum is typical of the Edwardian era.
This antique diamond ring is so charming and elegant and from one end diamond to the other measures 16.7mm and from side to side measures 10mm.
Antique diamond rings in both yellow gold and platinum are always so popular and sought after and with a delightful setting such as this makes this a wonderful example of an Edwardian era diamond ring that is simply perfect for any occasion as well as any finger, and being made with the influence of the Art Nouveau era still present in its design makes it a wonderful talking point about antiques.