Here is a hand made early Art Deco era platinum emerald and diamond cluster ring that looks spectacular on the finger and has not one but two rows of diamonds in the most amazing design.
Made in the early 1920’s, this emerald and diamond ring has taken its inspiration from the earlier Edwardian and Belle Epoch eras as well as the “new” upcoming Art Deco period as can be seen when you look close at the setting of the diamonds.
Both the emerald and the inner row of diamonds are both set inside a straight octagonal setting which is indicative of the Art Deco era, and the outer row of diamonds is set against a scolloped edge which is a throwback to the earlier designs.
When you view the ring from underneath, you will see the most wonderful detail which in itself is stunning to admire. All of this results in an amazing Art Deco emerald and diamond ring that was made in the highest quality.
There are a 16 diamonds in the inner row and 20 in the second row and all of these diamonds are there to draw your attention to that fabulous 1.10 carats natural Colombian emerald in the centre.
The top of the ring itself measures 15.9mm from left to right by 17.2mm along the finger and this is what a decadent Art Deco ring is all about – class, style and so much pizazz.
Art Deco rings are always so special and unique and is an era of jewellery that has never gone out of fashion, and this emerald and diamond Art Deco ring is one of the finest around that really stands out.