Art Deco OEC Diamond Spiderweb Shield Ring
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An elegant, Art Deco era, diamond cluster ring, modeled in platinum, whose softly-peaked, elongated form is reminiscent of a shield. This airy, openwork shield features five, bezel set diamonds (arranged vertically) that float inside hand-pierced, target-like fields. These five old European cut diamonds are flanked by arrays of diamond-set, pennant shaped seats— this lovely group of forms creates a batwing or weblike effect, where they join with the circular, negative space around the primary diamonds. Fine, milgrain details finish the edges of our pennant-shaped seats. Open-work channels keep all of the elements of the design crisp and light. The ring's half-round shank is notched the shoulder; it tapers toward the base. This is very low profile— it would make a wonderful, unusual engagement or five-year anniversary ring!
US 7 1/4
This ring can be resized (down to US 5 and up to US 8 1/4). Resizing for this ring is complimentary; please leave your desired size in the notes field at checkout.
Ring face measures approx 25.4 mm (about 1"); rise is approx 2.6 mm; diamonds measure approx 3 mm (1), 2.7 mm (4), 2 mm (2), and 1.5 mm (8); largest diamond is approx .12 carats; diamond CTW is approx .68 carats; ring shank measures approx 2.5 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.5 mm at the base.