"This ring simply screams Art Deco! The different use of geometry gives off a very 1920's feel and the cushion-cut central sapphire wonderfully softens the sharp angles of the square setting alongside it. The accenting diamonds are circle-cut but set in squares- this kind of contrasting shape is typical of the ring's time. The lustrous diamonds and platinum band well complement the rich blue sapphire, three stone rings have romantic connotations relating to a couple's past, present and future making this a very apt ring for an engagement. It would sit wonderfully next to a wedding band and be a great fit for one who appreciates the creativity of Art Deco design."
Place of Origin:
Central Sapphire 6.1 x 6.1 x 4.5mm approximately 1.47ct
Front Head 6.6 x 16.5mm | Height of Setting 5.3mm
Manufacture Date & Period:
Late Art Deco | Vintage
Condition & Wear:
Excellent / Wear commensurate with age
UK O 1/2 / US 7.5 (complimentary re-size available)This ring can easily be re-sized
What does my gemstone mean?
SapphireThe bold azure blue of sapphire is thought to represent the study of the stars- this is obvious when we notice the resemblance between a sapphire's deep hue and the colour of the night sky. The name sapphire is derived from the Latin ‘saphirus,’ which directly translates to ‘blue.’ Sapphires are symbolic of luck, loyalty, happiness and love.