This lovely Art-Deco ring is set with old-cut diamonds, including a larger one in the center, weighing about 0.30 carat. The setting is in openwork platinum, a classic of the Art-Deco period! It is of great elegance.
Central diamond weight
Other diamonds total weight
approx. 0,30 ct
approx. 0,50 ct
|Valued color & clarity||H-I/VS-SI|
|Dimensions (Top of the ring) (cm)||1,2 x 1,4 cm|
|Ring size||50 (can be resized)|
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The Art-Deco jewelry (1910-1935)
In rupture with the Art-Nouveau movement and yielding to the desire of simplicity, symmetry and aesthetic order, a movement emerges and asserts itself from 1910. But it is after the first world war, in 1925, during the international exhibition of decorative arts that the Art-deco style prevails.
This new jewelry is set with precious or semi-precious stones previously unused. Their design follows the geometric shapes of clothing and accessories and platinum is essential.
Cartier, Boucheron, Van Cleef and Arpels, Mauboussin are at the forefront of creativity during these years.