Art Deco jewellery is commonly made up of shapes inside other shapes and has a wonderful geometric design and style to the jewellery that has remained popular throughout the decades and remains popular today.
And with this emerald and diamond ring from the Art Deco period of the 1920’s it is so easy to see why this style is so popular to wear for any occasion including making a wonderful Art Deco engagement ring.
The design is so amazing with the rectangle shape, yet it is set with square cut emeralds and round diamonds.
Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the top of the ring measures 13.8mm across by 7.7mm wide and sits so elegantly on this finger.
Looking at this ring on the side shows how much attention to detail the jeweller went to in creating this ring and it sits up being hand made has so much strength to the setting making this a very practical ring to wear every day.
The four emeralds total 0.12 carats and have such a warm green colour to them and the 14 diamonds total 0.28 carats and of course sparkle wonderfully.
This is a perfect example of an Art Deco era ring that is so easy to wear on a daily basis, and the sparkle from the gemstones will make this ring always be admired and appreciated.