For rings drama and sophistication in presentation can take on all manner of forms. When imagining such a piece diamonds of course come to the forefront. Bold color contrast is yet another means of creating “the look”. No better example of such is inherent in the Art Deco era.
Utilizing a dome or bombe form a total of fourteen (14) diamonds of an estimated total .99 carats (I-K color range; SI1 clarity) lends sparkle, brilliance and glamour to a platinum foundation. Centered across the front three (3) old European cut diamonds of .25 carats each are set within mille grain accented lozenge shaped bezels. Two pairs of triangle shaped synthetic emeralds (typical and correct for the period) balance tip to tip as they embrace the middle diamond with their burst of verdant green color.
The pierced and open work platinum mounting is genuinely superb with three (3) additional old European cut diamonds and eight (8) single cut diamonds set in geometric forms with mille grain accents throughout. Please note that even the slender sides are embellished with dramatic detail.
Date: Circa 1925.