How refreshing to see this 14k yellow gold art deco and diamond ring! The more typical rings, of this style and period, were made in white gold, platinum or palladium so discovering this ring was an instant visual delight.
The center transitional cut diamond, weighing *approximately 0.22 ct. is held by 6 prongs in a hexagonal setting. The overall design of this ring imitates the art deco architecture of the time with the two side panels decorated in a leaf motif finished, at the top, with the boxed flower. One notices this design style and detail in classic art deco buildings, in crown moldings and exterior finishing touches, all of which are defining characteristics of this period.
Four full cut diamonds are set as accents between the two engraved panels which comprise the shoulders of the ring. Weighing *approximately 0.40 carats ,combined with the center stone, the *approximate total diamond weight of the ring is 0.62 carats.
The ring weighs 6.5 grams and is a size 6. It's impressive for a ring of this vintage and we are excited to point out that the ring is all original, with no evidence that it was ever sized; full detail is evident on the shank, with the standard exception at the very bottom.
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*approximation is due to the fact that the stone is mounted and exact weights can not be determined.