There is nothing more romantic than an engagement ring, and when it is from the Art Deco period of the 1920's and with the heart details on the side, then you have a ring that will always be loved and cherished.
This ring was hand made in platinum and is set with three early brilliant cut diamonds that all sparkle so beautifully. In the centre is a 0.54 carat diamonds with the other two coming together to total 0.82 carats, and measuring 6.3mm wide at the centre by 16.3mm across, this ring sits perfectly on the finger.
Then looking at the ring from the side shows the beautiful heart shape design in the claws. This small but so charming detail shows just why there is nothing quite like a hand made ring, especially one from the romantic era of the 1920's.
The design of this ring is also one that will never go out of fashion or style, and is as unique as it is beautiful.
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Platinum Art Deco engagement ring
Platinum Art Deco engagement ring hand made in the 1920's. This Art Deco engagement ring is set with three European cut diamonds.
This Art Deco diamond trilogy ring was hand made with heart designs on the side.
Where can I buy an antique engagement ring in Australia?
From Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building Sydney. We have been dealing in antique jewellery and watches for over thirty five years. In this time we have become Australia's largest antique dealer.
What is a trilogy ring?
A trilogy ring is one that has three diamonds set into it. A traditional and elegant design, they are often found with the centre diamond being larger than the two side diamonds.
Where can I find a trilogy engagement ring?
At Kalmar Antiques, we always have a large range of trilogy engagement rings as well as halo engagement rings.
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