Art Deco White Gold Diamond Cluster Ring
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This wonderful survivor is an example of the rings we see from the late Art Deco period, circa 1935. In the 1930s, the Depression decreased American consumer’s budgets for Diamond rings, so jewelers crafted designs with bold looks using smaller Diamonds. In addition, the advent of 14k white gold decreased production cost relative to 18k or platinum. While this ring was designed to be more affordable, the jeweler did not sacrifice quality- the ring was artfully designed and cast in heavy white gold, then set with a generous amount of fine quality single cut and modern European brilliant cut Diamonds. This ring is similar to earlier Deco ‘dinner rings’ in that it has a strong knuckle-to-knuckle presence and some filigree accents, but it has a more simple design and less angular motif- a sign of the Retro pieces that were coming by the end of the 1930s. A find for a diamond ring lover, or Art Deco collector.
Details: 14k white gold right hand ring set with central .15ct round modern European Cut Diamond and .45ctw round single and Euro cut Diamond accents (all Diamonds natural, VS-SI GH), signed “Portrait” c.1935.