Madame Coco Chanel would likely nod her perfectly coiffed head in approval of this late 1930s to early 1940s platinum finger ring.
Big and bold in the manner only Retro jewelry can be, the craftsmanship is fine and the piece is substantial in weight and presence.
Stackable, although more than enough solo, a platinum panorama of gemstone-studded tiers greets the eye as a veritable Hollywood cinematic extravaganza.
Start with a double feature of two old European cut diamonds (.65 and .50 carats ) and add a transitional cut diamond (.50 carats).
Vivacious color speaks volumes with the top and bottom borders of twenty channel set natural rubies. Eight more accent the middle and flank the larger diamonds. In all, the non-heat treated natural rubies share a weight of 1.30 carats
More so, thirty transitional and single cut diamonds encrust the face of the ring bringing the grand total to 2.15 carats (I-J color; SI1 clarity) of glistening dew on the red rose.