There is no denying that French jewellers of the 1920’s Art Deco era truly created some spectacular designs and this French Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring is simply sensational.
Hand made in platinum in the 1920’s, platinum was the precious metal of choice during the Art Deco era and is such a wonderful metal to use for jewellery. Pure white in colour, platinum is able to be drawn into a wire and still retain strength for the sapphires and diamonds.
In the centre is a magnificent natural sapphire that measures 3.10 carats in weight and certainly stands out so well set into the platinum and surrounded by diamonds. Above and below the sapphire are seven European cut diamonds and then on each side are two square cut diamonds which adds even more charm to this ring. The round European cut diamonds total 0.28 carats and the four square cut diamonds total 0.16carats. From these side diamonds across to the other side, this distance measures 15.4mm across by 15.2mm wide.
Even from under the ring shows the remarkable quality of platinum and the fine detail that went into hand making this ring.
This is such a fabulous example of a genuine Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring that looks divine on the finger.