Art Deco Triangular Step Cut and Marquise Cut Diamond Ring Platinum c. 1930
This is an incredibly cool ring, how this one made it off my finger I will never know--if you love Art Deco design at its finest, this ring is truly a dream! This spectacular ring features a central triangular step cut diamond weighing approximately .50ct with J-K Color and SI2 Clarity. This is a triangular step cut, not a trillion cut, which means it has parallel planes both on the crown and the pavilion. It is a gorgeous, rare and very Deco-y way to cut a diamond. And it is original to this special ring! Above that (or below, depending on which direction you wear it) sits a marquise cut diamond weighing approximately .30ct with H-I Color and VS1 Clarity. A frame of eighteen single cut diamonds weighing approximately .35ctw surrounds, with the finishing touch of onyx and an emerald simulant*. All edges are hand millegrained, the entire setting is platinum and the ring is just very finely constructed throughout. This beauty would make the most incredible engagement ring! But don't be afraid to self-gift it either, because I almost did!
This ring is currently a size 4.75 and can be resized as needed. Measures 15mm north to south at the widest. Stamped 'IRID.PLAT' for metal content and tested. Engraved serial number "718". Emerald simulant is chipped.
*Please note that it is common for Deco rings to have synthetic or simulant stones as color accents.