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Art Deco flair flirts with feminine design and sparkling gemstones in this sophisticated diamond ring from Jazz age.
Wonderful design and coveted styling are the key features of this gorgeous diamond openwork ring from Art Deco era.
Artistry, meticulous open work that defies belief, and the main focus on those prismatic antique diamonds arranged for sheer beauty, aesthetics and comfort.
Centering is a dazzling chunky old mine cut diamond of exceprional quality of approx .22Ct full of personality and drama.
Flanked and surrounded by sixteen (16) hand cut rose cut diamonds totaling approx .68 Ct by spread arranged in a unique openwork design.
The mounting, slightly domed is a vision of intricate open work enhanced by fine engravings and mill graing details, something you do not find anymore.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt white gold by a master goldsmith during Art Deco era, marked.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt white gold
1 old mine cut diamond of approx .22 Ct (VVS/Vs-E/F);16 rose cut diamonds totaling approx .68 Ct by spread
head of the ring is 15.4 mm at widest part; sits 5.6 mm high on finger