If this two tone 14k gold ring doesn’t personify the Art Deco period, then what does? Straight from the visually charged characteristics of the roaring twenties, geometric shapes and bold contrasting color display what was then Art Moderne.
Bead set into a corner cut rectangular plaque of black onyx is a .07 carat diamond (H-I color; SI1-2 clarity). Yellow gold forms a lozenge shape bezel around the diamond and surrounds the octagonal onyx.
An extravagant design with bright opulent chords of mandarin and burnt orange highlighted with black and spring green enamel appoints the curved border.
White gold shoulders and shank flaunt yellow gold flower forms and foliate patterns.