Early Art Deco French Cut Diamond and Calibre Emerald Ring
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From the very early Art Deco period, circa 1910, comes this exquisite and rare creation. Four matched, high crowned, French cut diamonds are arranged in a square forming the outside dimensions of a one and a half to two carat square diamond. The center diamonds are flanked by two attenuated triangles composed of calibre cut emeralds outlined with tiny antique cushion cut diamonds. The hand engraving on the sides and complete shank are as nice as we've ever seen. A true gem.
Item Number 10-1-2136
Materials:
Platinum
Current Ring Size:
Most rings can be resized up or down one size unless noted and sometimes more.
6 1/2
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4 Square Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.80 carat
Color: H-I
Clarity: VS1-SI2
20 Cushion Cut Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.10 carat
Color: H-J
Clarity: VS-SI
Total Diamond Carat Weight: 0.90
8 Calibre Cut Emeralds
Total Carat Weight: 0.15
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About Art Deco Jewelry

About Art Deco Jewelry

With streamlined shapes and geometric motifs, jewelry gets graphic during the Jazz Age.

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