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Modernist design emerged as response to changes in technology and society, simplified clean lines replaced ornamentation.From the mid 40’s Finland and Scandinavia led the movement, followed laterin the mid 50’s by British artists.
Here a romantic example of British Modernist design with this sparkling diamond solitaire ring.
Adopting new influences, drawing inspiration from the natural environment. They created unique beautiful works that demonstrated restraint, simplicity and functionality.
Defined by the use of textural, sculptural gold work, inspired by nature and incorporating a sparkling .23 Ct brilliant cut diamond, this solitaire ring resembles a blossoming flower.
The brilliant cut diamond is enclosed in a white gold prong mounting, within a corolla of stylized yellow gold petals giving the impression of organic forms.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow and white gold in London, 1967 by T&B maker, marked.
Very good overall condition.
18 Kt yellow and white gold
assay, London, m for 1967, maker T&B
1 brilliant cut diamond of approx .23 Ct (VS/VS1-D/E);
head of the ring is 6.3 mm at widest part; sits 5.3 mm high ;
very good overall condition