Simply the sweetest, prettiest wee little original Art Deco diamond ring dating to around 1935.
Crafted from 18ct yellow gold and either 18ct white gold or Platinum (price point would be the same) and designed as a tiny circular low rise panel set with nine small diamonds in the sweetest four petal motif with a central diamond to the centre.
We think the motif looks like the Louis Vuitton flower emblem? What do you think?
Stamped with 18ct and a small ‘Triangle’ symbol which we believe strongly to be for Australian jewellery firm J.N Dumbrell, Dumbrells Jewellers Melbourne, in operation from 1914-1950.
A simple 18ct yellow gold half round shank compliments this very wearable low rise perfectly.
TDW estimated in settings 0.20ct
18c and ‘Pyramid or Triangle’ Symbol - Possibly for Dumbrell Jewellers
M or 16.7mm diameter or US 6 1/4
Very very good antique condition. No chips to diamonds, all claws in very good condition and secure. No thinning to shank. Dainty all original Art Deco ring.