Art Nouveau Era OMC Cognac Diamond Ring with Wheat & Plumes in 14k Gold
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A striking, Art Nouveau era ring, modeled in 14k gold, whose primary, cognac-colored diamond is flanked, to the north and south, by a pair of long, curling “plumes.” These graceful forms, one curving to the right, and the other to the left, are topped with bezel-set, champagne-colored diamonds. These long, diamond-tipped plumes seem to grow out from the ring's slender shank, to cradle the old mine cut diamond at center, which is bead set into a square seat (oriented on-point). A pair of shorter, curled forms flank the primary diamond, to the SE and NW, completing the composition. All of the ring’s unique, curling elements are flat and ribbon-like, with deeply-engraved wheat details on their broad side-surfaces. The square ring shank tapers toward the base. We love the color and dimensionality of this unusual ring— everything about it sings! It would make a wonderful engagement ring. Marked 585, for purity.
This ring can be resized (down to US 4 and up to US 7 1/2). Resizing for this ring is complimentary (just leave your desired size in the notes at checkout).
Ring head measures approx 17.5 mm; primary diamond seat measures approx 4.7 mm; shank measures approx 2.1 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.5 mm at the base; primary diamond is approx .20 carats; CTW is approx .32 carats.