Dating from the 1930’s, this Art Deco diamond ring would suit any finger or occasion including making a wonderful example of a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring, and no matter which finger it is worn on, it is destined to always be loved and cherished.
Beautifully hand made in platinum in the 1930’s, platinum is the purest of all the precious metals used in jewellery and can be crafted to the highest quality unlike any other metal including gold.
In the exquisite setting are three early brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.55 carats and have a wonderful sparkle to them all. However it is not just these diamonds that makes this ring so special and unique – it is also the addition of a further twelve more diamonds that are set not just at the end of the ring but also the sides. The detail in the setting is just captivating and time to hand make this ring would have been immense. Even down the side of the band the detail continues with the hand engraving to finish the ring so perfectly.
This is such an elegant and stylish example of an Art Deco diamond ring at its finest.