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Timeless style and elegance resonate in this artful diamond ruby and emerald tiara ring in platinum from Art Deco era.
Sexy, glamorous, flowing open work and fine mille grain accenting will have you oohing and aahing with abandon in this fine diamond emerald and ruby platinum tiara ring from Art Deco era.
Beautiful coloration and sparkling diamonds join forces to create an ultra-feminine and dramatic ring.
With a scalloped perimeter and artful open work display a master jeweler’s hand with the gentle open work of platinum and harmonious balance of a feminine form with organic design sensibility.
Centering is a lavish cushion cut natural emerald of approx .30 Ct finely set in platinum rubover mounting.
Surrounded by six sparkling old mine cut diamonds totaling approx .94 Ct and five oval faceted cut natural rubies pulsating with hot raspeberry red hue totaling approx 1.07 Ct.
Graceful work from the Art Deco era shows off a variation of the tiara or aigrette in a sensual vertical orientation giving the illusion of lengthening the hand.
Artfully crafted by JW Benson, a highly regarded London based watch and fine jewelry maker from 1849 to 1973, in platinum during Art deco period, marked.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
maker JWB possibly JW Benson
cushion cut natural emerald of approx .39 Ct; 6 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx .94 Ct(VS/SI1-E/F ); 1 round cut and 5 oval cut rubies totaling approx 1.07 Ct
head of the ring is 22.7 mm high and 13.9 mm wide; sits 4.4 mm high on finger
very good overall condition