This extremely impressive ring links two differing aesthetics in a thrilling and unusual design. The front is of strongly geometric form, centring on a rectangular panel of pavé-set circular cut diamonds, within a diamond frame that arches to meet at a point in the centre. However, this boldly geometric Art Deco jewel is embellished with many delicate details which seem to hark to an earlier and more ornate aesthetic, including a daintily millegrained border to the platinum, and shoulders and gallery intricately pierced and millegrained with an openwork design of floral scrolls. A true rarity, with each millimetre lavished with attention, demonstrating superb craftsmanship.
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Place Of Origin:
1900 to 1925
Total diamond weight: 2.00ct (estimated). Average Clarity; VS1/2 Colour; G/H. Cut; round-cut.
UK L 1/2 | US 6. Single complimentary re-size available. This ring can easily be re-sized.
Front Head Dimensions:
Length 11.4mm; Width 19.3mm; Height of setting 6.3mm
Condition and Wear:
Excellent. All stones safely set with the mount with platinum fully covering each diamond. There are no major marks that we feel necessary to mention. The ring is in very good overall condition. Minor wear to the setting. No chips, cracks or heavy scratches.
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