- Order number: r2073
- Open text field 1: Art Deco diamond ring
This beautiful, austere antique ring dates from the Art Deco period around 1925,
the first third of the 20th century. The Art Deco ring has an octagonal shield shape and is set with a trio of diamonds in an 8/8 cut
is set with a trio of diamonds in an 8/8 cut. It is crafted in 14 carat yellow gold.
The top of the ring head is platinum-plated, typical of the time.
The focus is on the diamond-shaped arrangement of the three diamonds.
The ring has a geometric shape with clear lines and symmetry, which are characteristic of Art Deco.
The three diamonds are arranged vertically in a row and are of the same size.
Four small diamond roses are set all around.
Lovingly crafted by hand, this antique ring features the so-called millegriff technique.
This is a technique used to create fine jewelry.
"Millegrain" refers to a series of tiny, raised grains on the surface of a piece of jewelry,
used along the edges of gemstone settings to create a decorative effect.
This technique was widely used in Art Deco, especially in conjunction with platinum,
to achieve an elegant and sophisticated look.
This beautiful ring is a timeless choice for lovers of Art Deco.
The ring is in very good condition with minor signs of wear due to age.
Material: 585 yellow gold, old-cut diamond 0.06 carat Wesselton SI/P
Provenance: probably Germany around 1925
Dimensions in cm: Ring head: 1.5 x 0.9 Current ring size: 52
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 ready for gifting with expertise.