Rings of this style, originality and quality present rarely to the market and we are thrilled to offer this one for sale.
Handcrafted during the Art Deco era circa 1925 from 14ct white gold and styled in triangular fashion to which are set a total of four early brilliant cut diamonds.
The central diamond has an estimated weight of 0.35ct, is ‘G’ colour and VS2 clarity. A further three earl brilliant cut diamonds with a TDW of 0.24ct are set in triangular points to this central larger diamond, all of which are grain set typical of the era.
In a mille grain triangular channel setting there are a total of 12 narrow crisscut or French cut blue sapphires to the then open work ‘cage’ shoulders to a plain half round shank.
Naturally this ring is a stand out and can and should be worn on its own, however it can pair beautifully with a plain wedding band and or a half hoop eternity ring.
**Appraised by our gemologist for surety and grading of diamonds etc and confirmation that this ring is of early work and not a reproduction.
This ring is outstanding.. In original and excellent condition and will not fail to disappoint.
1 @ 0.35ct
3 @ 0.24ct
TDW approx 0.60ct
Estimated in settings
12 Crisscut / Fancy French cut Sapphires
14mm x 14.6mm
Shoulder to shoulder 16.5mm
Tested at 14ct white gold
O or 17.5mm diameter US 7 1/4
Excellent antique condition. Diamonds are stunning white ‘G’ colour, no chips or damage. Sapphires are free from abrasions or chips. No wear or thinning to gold. Stunning ring.Purchase Summary
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