This unusual 1920s Art Deco diamond dinner platinum ring is stunning. The innovative designs of the 1920s Art Deco Jewelry Period are found in this unique estate ring. Ten bright diamonds adorn a linear pattern that zig zags amongst two bright, matching diamonds. These two old European diamonds are diagonally mounted to add an interesting dimension to this design. An engraved flower topped, wheat pattern enhances the ring shank of this beautiful ring. This special estate 1920s old diamond dinner ring is made in platinum (0.96 ct tw, VS2 - SI2, G-I).
The two larger diamonds in this ring are old European cut diamonds. Cut during early 1900s, they are recognized by their high crown, rounded girdle and open culet. Because of these features, they are often thought to be old mine cut diamonds. This diamond cut is cherished when a romantic glow ignites when placed under candlelight.
Total Diamond Measurement: 0.96
Two old European diamonds of about 0.33 ct ea, 0.66 ct tw, Clarity: VS2, Color Grade: H -I
Ten single cut diamonds of about 0.03 ct each, 0.30 ct tw, Clarity: VS2 - SI2, Color: G - H
Measures: 7/16" north to south, 1/2" left to right, 1/8" height above finger
Hallmarks: 100IR - 900PT
Size: 6 1/8
Weight: 3.4 Grams
This unusual 1920s Art Deco diamond platinum ring is in very fine condition, with wear appropriate with age.