One glance will tell you this is the epitome of striking and sophisticated design. An east west oriented diamond sapphire jewel announces luxury to the world and uses the Art Deco geometric sensibilities to create a ring like no other.
From its rectangular cut center diamond, to the myriad of fancy cut sapphires right down to the under gallery awash with glitter, every angle comes up eye popping and artfully pleasing.
The center diamond is a 1.08 rectangular step but that has been set horizontally in a thin channel of platinum. Its color G-H, its clarity a fine VS.
The diamond surrounded on all sides by luminous and color intensive sapphires that are also channel set. Three fancy cuts dot each triangular and sloping side and are joined with a bevy (28 in total for the top) of more sapphires along both edges. All the gems are faceted on their surface allowing maximum blue glimmer to radiate with every subtle movement.
The gallery is the pièce de ré·sis·tance with an open work arch of round brilliant diamonds (.14 carats in total, H-I color VS clarity) and 32 channel set calibré cut sapphires beneath. Can you imagine the work it took to shape and polish each gem and set it so precisely fitting a square into a rounded shape? All in platinum.
A total of sixty sapphires of 5.75 carats and 1.22 carats of diamonds never looked so good.