Art Deco jewelry loved to incorporate contrast. Here we have a platinum ring from the mid 1920s featuring diamonds and onyx as the chosen gems.
An overall dome shape takes precedence and centers an old European cut diamond of .75 carats - sparkling with G-H color and SI1 clarity.
Dotted about are fourteen single cut diamonds, total weight of .14 carats (H-I color; VS2-SI1 clarity) lining the perimeter and accenting the whole. In all, a total weight of .89 carats of diamonds lends their wow factor to the period ring.
Interspersed are four onyx rectangular baguettes, with a total weight of .12 carats set at the cardinal points of North, South, East and West and outlined with mille graining (tiny beaded edges).
Shoulders are set with engraved bow forms for that feminine touch. Open work design and hand wrought engraving gives the ring a one-of-a-kind look like no other.