Art Deco Tourmaline, Diamond and Pearl Flower Ring Silver/18k c. 1930
Spring is here and this cheerful ring is the perfect answer to the long winter! This Art Deco ring circa 1930 is designed as a happy flower, with six vibrant blue-green tourmalines set in a frame of twenty-four single cut diamonds, surrounding a 3.5mm pearl center in silver-topped 18k gold. Colorful and charming, this ring will put you in a good mood every time you look down at your hand. Would make a very sweet engagement ring and looks beautiful surrounded by other rings!
Currently a size 9 and can be resized as needed. Not stamped or signed but acid-tested for metal content. Face of the ring measures 13mm in diameter, band tapers from 1mm on the shoulders to 2.5mm at the widest. Tourmalines weigh approximately .76ctw, single cut diamonds weigh approximately .24ctw. Weighs 3.6 grams. In very good condition, with a minor chip to one tourmaline. Beautiful openwork on gallery.
All purchases from Bavier Brook arrive in an elegant box, fully wrapped in fine paper with a gift card stating description and time period. Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions, we are happy to answer them!