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Art Deco, 14ct Gold, Aquamarine and Diamond Ring

$4,521.00
SKU: ARB-520

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Aquamarine and diamond ring, circa 1920. Aquamarine, alongside its sister stone emerald, is a variety of the mineral beryl. It owes its pale blue colour to iron impurities, and it’s this colour which has given the stone its historic association with water and the sea. Thought to protect people as they travelled across the sea, aquamarine has long been held to have calming and talismanic properties. Its large crystals make it a perfect fit for step-cuts, which meant it fit beautifully with Art Deco designs of the 1920s and 30s, finding particularly favour with the jewellers Cartier. This sky-blue aquamarine is cut in the classic emerald cut, and manages to balance substantial size with wearability. Its simple, scrolling mount fits the stone beautifully, and dates it to this classic, timelessly stylish era of jewellery design. The birthstone for March, this ring would be perfect as a birthday gift for anyone born during this early spring month, or would make an excellent choice as an engagement or cocktail ring.

Why I love it...

“I love everything about this ring. I love the oceanianic blue tones, the shape of the aquamarine, the diamond shoulders being so prominent and the fine detailing on the shoulders. Just beautiful and so well designed and made. Pure genius.”

- Sammy, Founder


Place of Origin:
United Kingdom

Stone Type:
Aquamarine 7.5cts (13.5mm x 11mm x 7.5mm)
Diamonds approx. 0.40ct each (H colour / VS/SI clarity on average)


Setting Dimensions:
Height 7mm / Front 16mm x 14.3mm


Metal Type:
18ct white gold


Manufacture Date & Period:
1920-1935 / Art Deco


Condition & Wear:
Very good Antique Engagement Ring / Wear commensurate with age


Band Size:
UK L / US 5.5 (complimentary re-size available)
This ring can easily be re-sized
Weight:
5.73 grams

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How long does UK shipping take?

UK orders are shipped via Royal Mail Special Delivery, the working day after the payment has cleared. Please allow 1-2 business days for your order to arrive.

Do you ship items internationally?

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Untreated Antique New edit. Art Deco, 14ct Gold, Aquamarine and Diamond Engagement Ring
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Art Deco, 14ct Gold, Aquamarine and Diamond Ring

$4,521.00

This ring is sold, sorry. See similar rings:

Aquamarine and diamond ring, circa 1920. Aquamarine, alongside its sister stone emerald, is a variety of the mineral beryl. It owes its pale blue colour to iron impurities, and it’s this colour which has given the stone its historic association with water and the sea. Thought to protect people as they travelled across the sea, aquamarine has long been held to have calming and talismanic properties. Its large crystals make it a perfect fit for step-cuts, which meant it fit beautifully with Art Deco designs of the 1920s and 30s, finding particularly favour with the jewellers Cartier. This sky-blue aquamarine is cut in the classic emerald cut, and manages to balance substantial size with wearability. Its simple, scrolling mount fits the stone beautifully, and dates it to this classic, timelessly stylish era of jewellery design. The birthstone for March, this ring would be perfect as a birthday gift for anyone born during this early spring month, or would make an excellent choice as an engagement or cocktail ring.

Why I love it...

“I love everything about this ring. I love the oceanianic blue tones, the shape of the aquamarine, the diamond shoulders being so prominent and the fine detailing on the shoulders. Just beautiful and so well designed and made. Pure genius.”

- Sammy, Founder


Place of Origin:
United Kingdom

Stone Type:
Aquamarine 7.5cts (13.5mm x 11mm x 7.5mm)
Diamonds approx. 0.40ct each (H colour / VS/SI clarity on average)


Setting Dimensions:
Height 7mm / Front 16mm x 14.3mm


Metal Type:
18ct white gold


Manufacture Date & Period:
1920-1935 / Art Deco


Condition & Wear:
Very good Antique Engagement Ring / Wear commensurate with age


Band Size:
UK L / US 5.5 (complimentary re-size available)
This ring can easily be re-sized
Weight:
5.73 grams

Colour

  • Blue

Gemstone

  • Aquamarine

Period

  • Art Deco
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