With so much attention to detail it will be so hard not to fall in love with this platinum Art Deco diamond and pearl ring that has been so exquisitely hand made in the 1920’s.
Platinum was the precious metal of choice for jewellers of the Art Deco period of the 1920’s to the 1940’s as it retains its pure white colour and can be drawn into such a fine wire and still retain its strength all the while showcasing the craftsmanship of the jeweller who hand made the ring.
In such an elegant lozenge shape, the ring measures 10.7mm from left to right by a very elegant 22.2mm in length and is set with twenty two rose cut diamonds in the main section and then two more rose cut diamonds each side on the band.
And then there is the beautiful white pearl in the centre which really is the star of the show sitting amongst the diamonds and the fine platinum work.
Even from under the ring the jeweller hand engraved this section showing how much attention to detail went into hand making this ring all those years ago.
Platinum Art Deco rings are just divine when you have so much detail and this is certainly exquisite work at its finest.