Early Art Deco Era Three OEC Diamond Orchestration Ring in Platinum
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A spectacular, early Art Deco era ring, modeled in platinum, whose primary gems are a trio of lively, white, old European cut diamonds (a central .20 carat diamond, flanked by a pair of .15 carat diamonds). These charming, hand-cut stones rest in hex-shaped seats, where they are surrounded by myriad ornate decor elements— highly-textural filigree-work, triangular, laddered, knife-wire panels, abounding milgrain, and engraved floral details. Smaller supporting diamonds, mounted in pennant-shaped seats, sparkle throughout the composition. Every millimeter of this setting is thoughtfully decorated, and we love the glamorous riot the contrasting floral and architectural elements create!
This ring has a soft, almost bombe profile, so all of its edges are beautifully-rounded and cozy. CTW is approx .80 carats. Diamonds are G/H, SI. This ring is exceptionally crisp— it would make a wonderful, unusual engagement ring.
c. 1910 - 1920
US 6 1/4
This ring can be resized, but it will effect the pattern at the back of the band. Please inquire, if you are interested in discussing resizing.
Ring face measures approx 10.1 mm; ring shank measures approx 2 mm at the base; central diamond measures approx 4 mm (about .25 c); flanking diamonds measure approx 3.3 mm (about .15 c, each); accent diamonds (12) measure approx 1.5 mm (about .02 c each); CTW is approx .80 carats.