From the inner recesses of the chemistry labs of the manufacturing and design house of the Belais Brothers of New York comes this unique engagement ring.
In 1917 the Belais Brothers was the first American company to develop the formula for white gold. So popular was this formulation that early ads used the term “Belais” to refer to white gold.
Here, with its bewitching 14k white gold setting, is a staple of the Art Deco design. It features a centered transitional brilliant cut diamond of .15 carats (color H-I, clarity VS) within a square top.
Four rectangular cut synthetic sapphires (correct for the era) adorn the sides as mille grain beaded edges and open work embrace the gemstones. A total weight of .24 carats for the sapphires add color to the whole.