Later date Art Deco design illustrates the use of three colors of gold for decorative purposes in jewelry. A lovely 10k white gold mounting shows off open work and filigree combined with bow form accents in yellow and rose gold.
At the forefront is a 1.33 carat octagon scissor cut aquamarine. The light to medium blue gem incorporates those geometric shapes for which Art Deco is known. The octagonal or eight-sided aquamarine is one of the more traditional configurations used throughout this movement.
Under-gallery and sides utilize filigree and open spaces to accent the delicacy of the ring. Please note the detailed engraving along the shank.