From every angle that you look at this ring, you will be mesmerized.
Made in the 1920’s, this ring from the Art Deco period is simply amazing. Hand made in platinum in Austria, it is in the Egyptian Revival style made famous after Howard Carter discovered King Tutankhamuns’ tomb in Egypt in 1922.
The styles and designs found in this tomb influenced not only jewellery of the 1920’s, but also architecture, clothing and other designs.
This ring displays all of what makes Art Deco jewellery exciting – a unique style and design that plays on wonderful colours and geometric patterns.
This ring is set with a total of 22 diamonds made up of 6 square cuts, 2 baguette cuts and 14 single cuts, and is further highlighted 18 natural rectangular cut rubies and 6 wonderful triangular cut rubies and 6 triangular cut sapphires.
Sitting so prominent on the finger, this ring is a ring for the purists who love, cherish and admire all from the Art Deco era, and this ring really is a one of a kind.