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The central 0.10ct diamond is claw set, and sits higher above the diamond cluster as if set atop a sceptre. An openwork setting dotted with millegrain detailing separates the principal diamond from the halo, making a feature of the brilliant-cut central stone. Understated shoulders taper down, leading to the polished platinum band. Stamped with an eagle’s head, this ring features a hallmark that is a testament to the ring’s French origins. This is no surprise, seeing as the French were pioneers of the Art Deco movement and well-known for crafting rings of impeccable design such as this one.
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Place Of Origin:
Date & Design Period:
Circa 1920 | Art Deco
Platinum, 18ct White Gold. French hallmarks; eagle head (18ct white gold) and dogs head (platinum). Stamped on outside of shank.
Diamond: 0.10ct (estimated)
Central diamond; Length 3.1mm; Width 3.1mm; Depth 1.9mm
Total diamond weight: 0.70ct (estimated). Average Clarity; VS2/SI1 Colour; H. Cut; round brilliant-cut. All diamonds bright, lively and matching, all appear original to the ring.
Treatment: natural; untreated(assessed by our GIA qualified gemologist).
UK Q / US 8. Single complimentary re-size available. This ring can easily be re-sized.
Front Head Dimensions:
Length 11.8mm; Width 11.8mm; Height of setting 6.3mm
Condition and Wear:
Excellent; minor wear commensurate with age. All stones secure. Safely set within each settings. No damage to the setting. No scratches, cracks or chips to the diamonds, recently polished.