A super original Art Deco aquamarine and diamond ring set with a cushion cut, intricately faceted est. 3.40ct aquamarine flanked by two baguette diamonds (est. 0.20cts each). A further 14 brilliant cut diamonds estimated at 0.02cts each, all millegrain set complete the octagonal setting. Two further diamonds are set in the trefoil shoulders, giving an estimated diamond weight of 0.70ct.
The intricately pierced underbezel is typical of the period as is the reeded shank and the flat design of this lovely ring being so easy to wear with the lack of claws to catch. This ring really does cover all the best elements of the Art Deco period jewelry design. Dating from the 1920s this super antique aquamarine and diamond ring would make a lovely engagement ring.
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DETAILS - the head of the ring measures 18mm long x 14mm wide.
Colour: pale blue
Carat weight: 3.40ct (approx)
Cut: Briollete, mixed cut
No internal cracks or fissures are present. External facets remain well defined showing no signs of wear or any chips to edges. Overall, excellent condition.
Clarity: VVS 1
Carat weight: 0.70ct total (approx)
2 baguette cut (0.20ct each)
14 round brilliant
Cut: Baguette & brilliant
RING SIZE - UK M / US 6 ¼ / EU - 52¾
Diameter of ring 19mm
4mm high when worn on the finger
WEIGHT - 5.35g
MATERIALS - Platinum/aquamarine/diamond
HALLMARKS - None present, but not unusual for the period (tested as Platinum)
CONDITION - Very good commensurate with age