This splendid Art Deco diamond and platinum ring is dating from circa 1920 s created in a geometrical design. The dynamic rectangular top is composed of steps, set with 13 bright dazzling mixed cuts diamonds, the shoulders are encrusted with 12 single-cut diamonds. The total weight of diamonds is approx. 1.40 carat.
The beautiful platinum mount was masterfully handcrafted, with pierced openwork under-gallery; the sight gallery is embellished with scrolled wirework. The shoulders of the ring curve tightly around the finger, making the ring pleasant to wear.
Condition: Very good.
Period: Vintage Art Deco circa 1930s.
Material: Platinum 900, weighing 7.4 gram, hallmark PT 900.
Diamonds: Three transitional brilliant-cut diamonds, two baguette-cut diamonds and twenty single-cut diamonds, weighing all together about 1.40 carat, average Color H, average Clarity SI (no visible inclusions without magnification).
Measurements of the top panel: from East to West 1.60 cm (0.62 inch), from North to South 1.05 cm (0.41 inch).
Ring size: Continental size: 56--- US Size: 7 ¾ --- UK Size: P ½ --- Japan Size: 15 1/2. free re sizing, please ask.
NOTE: In order to preserve the original condition of the jewel, stones have not been removed from their setting. All diamonds weight, color, grade and clarity, unless stipulated otherwise, have been made by measurement formula and comparison.
Art Deco diamond ring Platinum circa 1920
$1,550 $2,200 REDUCED