Art Deco 3.28 Carat Diamond and Sapphire Ring by Katz & Ogush - GIA L SI2
ABOUT THIS RING
A big, bold, and blazingly beautiful European-cut diamond, weighing in at 3.28 carats, is the crowning glory of this dynamic Art Deco dazzler by the renowned New York jewelry manufacturers of the period Katz & Ogush, who were quietly responsible for many of the finest jewels of the Art Deco era. The sizable and scintillating stone, accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: L color - VS2 clarity, is regally enthroned in a truly spectacular, pristine mounting, masterfully hand fabricated in platinum and bearing all of the detailed intricacies one would expect to find in the finest Jazz Age jewels (circa the 1920s): neoclassical hand engraving, delicate milgraining, decorative hand piercing, and calibre synthetic* sapphire accents. A truly superb and stunning trophy ring. Currently ring size 6. Accompanied by a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: L color - SI2 clarity. *Back in the day, circa the 1920s-30s, due to their uniformity of color and flawless clarity, synthetic sapphires were considered a modern improvement over their natural counterparts, their virtually undetectable differences discernible only with a microscope.