Story

Art Deco jewelry can best be characterized as adornment for the body focused on clean geometry and form as well as color. It was appreciated as a thoroughly modern style – as one which was perhaps in direct opposition to Art Nouveau.

Here an open work expression of a navette or marquise shape employs platinum, diamonds and emeralds. Clean lines and simplicity bring a pair of old European cut diamonds to the forefront. Estimated at .44 and .36 carats, their color is H-K with a clarity of SI1-3. At their side, two (2) smaller old European cuts add to their pizzazz.

A curved platinum embrace of twenty-four (24) single cut diamonds (.29 carats) is interspersed with two groupings of emeralds. One is natural and seven (7) are synthetics, typical and accurate for the time period. Bold color along with sublime luxury go hand in hand. Mille grain accenting and careful attention to detail make for a fine example of a period work of jewelry art with a total estimated diamond weight of 1.09 carats for the ring.

Date: Circa 1920.

Item 15822

Art Deco Diamond Emerald Ring

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Measurements: 3/8 of an inch (1.0 cm) in length north to south on the hand and rises 1/8 of an inch (0.3 cm) in height off the finger. Weight of 3.7 grams (2.4 dwt).

Ring Size: US 6-3/4 (UK N; Euro or Int. Circum. 53.8 mm; Int. Dia. 17.1 mm; Japan over 13) and easily can be sized to fit most. Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: Platinum.

Condition: Excellent; one emerald replaced; 2 diamonds with minute chips visible with magnification.

Origin: American.

Note: All gemstone weights are approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual if removed. Grading may also vary. All gemstones and diamonds are tested in our gemological laboratory. All metals are acid tested.

Story

Art Deco jewelry can best be characterized as adornment for the body focused on clean geometry and form as well as color. It was appreciated as a thoroughly modern style – as one which was perhaps in direct opposition to Art Nouveau.

Here an open work expression of a navette or marquise shape employs platinum, diamonds and emeralds. Clean lines and simplicity bring a pair of old European cut diamonds to the forefront. Estimated at .44 and .36 carats, their color is H-K with a clarity of SI1-3. At their side, two (2) smaller old European cuts add to their pizzazz.

A curved platinum embrace of twenty-four (24) single cut diamonds (.29 carats) is interspersed with two groupings of emeralds. One is natural and seven (7) are synthetics, typical and accurate for the time period. Bold color along with sublime luxury go hand in hand. Mille grain accenting and careful attention to detail make for a fine example of a period work of jewelry art with a total estimated diamond weight of 1.09 carats for the ring.

Date: Circa 1920.

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