Art Deco Era North Star Diamond Cluster Ring in Platinum
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A wonderful, Art Deco era diamond cluster ring, modeled in platinum, whose circular, open-work face features an eight-pointed star. This low-profile darling is set with a bevy of single-cut diamonds, that surround the primary, transitional cut diamond. This larger, central diamond is bead set into a square seat. The supporting diamonds are bead set into shapely seats that create the tines of the star shape, and also populate the spaces between them. All of these precise, hand-pierced elements are finished with milgrain edges. The ring’s gallery is pierced with a series of simple crescent shapes that allow light to glow-up the ring face. The ring's slender, tapering shank features a flattened, lanceolate, cathedral shoulder; it is finished with a soft knife-edge below the shoulder.
This ring is visually delicate, but it has a significant presence on the hand. We love its circular face, its icy, glittering quality, and its star (of course). This would make a lovely, unique engagement ring! Marked Platinum for purity.
US 7 1/4
This ring can be resized (up to US 9, and down to US 5). Resizing for this ring is complimentary.
Ring face measures approx 15.2 mm; shank measures approx 2.1 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.5 mm at the base; primary diamond measures approx 3 mm (weight is approx .12 carats); diamond CTW is approx .65 carats.