This elegant ring from the Art Deco period features a magnificent interplay of precious gold, platinum and fine diamonds.
In the early 20th century, people increasingly turned to fine diamond rings.
Their purpose was to adorn a lady's hand and make it shine as elegant evening jewelry.
This ring is just such a ring.
The boat-shaped design is typical of the Art Deco style with its strict geometric shapes.
This timeless, modern and elongated shape was extremely popular during the Art Deco era.
It is wonderfully suited to the placement of numerous diamonds.
This dinner ring is set with three diamonds, which are the focus of the design.
The three diamonds symbolize past - present - future.
Surrounded by delicate millegriff technology, which impressively demonstrates the meticulous precision work of the time.
Small diamond roses add small highlights to the white platinum cover of the ring.
The solid gold base of the ring only becomes visible when viewed from the side.
The antique ring is crafted in 14-karat yellow gold and the top of the ring head in platinum, typical of the period.
The ring is in excellent condition and shines with its sparkling diamonds.
An absolute dream piece from the Art Deco period around 1925/30.
Material: 585 gold and old-cut diamonds
Provenance: probably Germany 1925/30
Dimensions in cm: Ring head: 2.4 x 1.2 x 1.1, current ring size: 56
We will gladly alter the antique ring to your desired size free of charge.
However, a later exchange after alteration is no longer possible.
You will receive our jewelry ready for gifting with jewelry expertise.