Art Deco diamond saddle ring. The elongated shape of this ring is occasionally known as a ‘saddle’ ring, but it has its origins in the 18th century boat-shaped ‘navette’ rings of the 18th century. It’s an enduringly popular design for its elegantly tapering shape, which seems to elongate the finger. This example is a classic Art Deco interpretation, its openwork mount set with single-cut and baguette diamonds, within millegrain borders, centring on the original navette-shaped motif set with a vertical line of three early 20th century circular-cut diamonds.
Why I love it...
“ This ring would make the most striking engagement ring. It’s a wonderful design, a quintessential art deco design. ”
- Sammy, Founder