Art Deco Exquisite Diamond Dinner Ring Platinum c. 1920
So there are Deco dinner rings and then there are DINNER RINGS. And this ring for sure falls in the latter category. It is absolutely gorgeous, in every way from every angle. Made in platinum circa 1930, this ring is a symphony of Old European Cut diamond encrusted openwork, making what could have been a chunky piece into a lacy dream. It is incredibly romantic and just truly, do they even make ANYTHING like this anymore? Could this be from any other time period than the Art Deco era? We are so lucky pieces like this still exist for us to see and touch and hold and wear. Sometimes it amazes me that these pieces make it to the current day and that is a testament to both their previous owners and their makers. If you haven't seen this one in person come into the store if you can, it will not disappoint! This ring would make the most spectacular alternative engagement ring!
Currently just a tad under size 5 and can be resized as needed. One resizing provided, please allow one week.
Not stamped or signed but tested for platinum.
Contains nineteen Old European Cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.18ctw and two single cut diamonds weighing approximately .04ctw. The central Old Euro weighs approximately .55ct. Diamonds grade G-I Color and VS2-SI2 Clarity, with the center diamond grading GVS2.
Measures 1" north to south. Weighs 6.6 grams.
In very good antique condition. At the base of the shank there is an area that has been reinforced. This will be removed during resizing.
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