ABOUT THIS RING
How many triangles does it take to make the glittering dome of a stunning Art Deco ring? Geometry class might have been a little more fun with problems like this one to solve. In this fabulous Jazz Age jewel (circa 1920s-30s), a bright white and dazzling 1.17 carat diamond "floats" in an octagonal setting atop an exquisitely pierced mounting, shimmering with 12 single cut diamonds and detailed throughout with delicate milgraining. The elegant hand-engraved shoulders lead to a ribbed shank that beautifully complements the overall composition. So, how many triangles? We'll let you figure that out once it's on your finger. Total diamond weight, 1.42 carats. Accompanied by a GIA Grading Report stating: I - color, VS1 - clarity. Hand fabricated in platinum, currently ring size 6 1/4.