This vintage ring was made circa 1925 at the height of the Art Deco period. It is a modified three stone design featuring three nearly equal sized old European cut Diamonds set into square settings that make them appear larger. The white gold mounting was die-struck; a process wherein industrial stamps formed the ring out of sheets of gold, as opposed to casting it by hand. This results in a thinner material which could then be pierced and filigreed, resulting in the classic Deco design. While the Diamonds may be on the small side, the design is intricate and the band is wide, so the ring has a nice presence on the hand. This would make a great everyday right-hand ring or vintage wedding band.
Details: 14k white gold filigree ring with .15ctw Diamonds (SI JK).