Skyscrapers, linear fashion with drop waists, attenuated and geometric furniture, and long and lean for rings encompassed part of the Art Deco era's drive for novel design.
A platinum ring from the 1930s embodies that spirit and creates an alluring and striking look while elongating the finger.
With a total of .78 carats of conflict free, eco friendly diamonds and a focal point of a .50 carat sapphire, the look captivates and holds the attention.
Eighteen diamonds are artfully arranged across the tableau, a mix of mostly old European cuts with four of the smallest single cuts. With a color of H-I and clarity of SI1-3 carats, each glitter and gleams from the open work cartouche of platinum.
Every surface is encrusted with diamonds, their setting with beaded edged millegrain work. The center holds a royal blue sapphire, square cut and bezel set, also edged in millegrain detail.
At the shoulders, open design and two more diamonds work their magic and transitioning to a graduated slim band.