Close your eyes and envision this singular and radiant jewel upon your hand. Reverie become reality with this circa 1920 ring of incredible radiance along with meticulous workmanship.
There are those that opt for bling and glitz, those in the middle and those that yearn for the epitome of understated elegance. All are equally desirable for the right person and the right time.
If you are in the latter category, then your search has ended. Open work design complements 1.19 carats of diamonds and 1/4 carats of dainty sapphires in this adornment for the finger.
A unique shape and flawless construction abound. A very fine antique old European diamond of .65 carats, F-G color, VS clarity rests bezel set in the center.
This unique design hosts companions of thirty more diamonds of old single cuts and rose cuts that glitter their way across every surface. Their color ranges from G-I, and their clarity is VS-SI.
Take in the precision and painstaking cutting of 16 calibré vibrant blue sapphires that are set into four curved channels. Beneath them, a clearstory of platinum and yet more diamonds.
Those sapphires bound the ring with a smashing touch a color along with a diamond set flowing perimeter. Sweeping lines and glittering accents highlight the sophisticated glamorous Art Deco ring in platinum.
Note the design touches at the east west points. A low profile, in an easy to wear yet splendid ring means you can wear this for a lifetime.