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- Order number: r2066b
- Open text field 1: Extravagant Art Deco ring
In the era of Art Decoin the 1920s, the formal language was symmetrical, austere and geometric,
chic and sophisticated, asymmetrical and stylish.
Art Deco rings are very popular, then as now.
A special jewelry form of Art Deco rings was the so-called Shield shape.
This is ideal for an interesting and elaborate surface design.
The present breathtaking antique ring is designed as a rectangular shield shape
with a very interesting geometric surface division.
It is an extremely rare and large Art Deco ring and dates from the first third of the 20th century.
It is very elaborately crafted, in 14 carat yellow gold and the arrangement of the Diamonds in cool platinum
is asymmetrical which makes it difficult to compare this ring with Extravagance to surpass.
The ring shines and sparkles richly in the light.
In addition to the four larger diamonds placed diagonally in the center, numerous other diamonds are gathered all around,
surrounded by millegriff technology.
The antique ring is excellently preserved and we are very proud to present it.
Very good condition with minor signs of wear due to age
Material: 585 yellow gold, hallmarked, nine old-cut diamonds
min. 1 carat (2 x 0.25 carat) plus additional I-J / SI-P1
Provenance: probably Germany around 1920
Dimensions in cm: Ring head: 2.1 x 1.5 Current ring size: 56
We will be happy to alter the ring to your desired size on request.
However, an exchange is no longer possible!
You will receive our jewelry lovingly packaged and ready to give with expertise.