Pictured above is a classic example of Art Deco excellence, executed by an unknown maker in platinum, sapphire and diamonds. The strong, clean geometric lines create an iconic Jazz Age look. Featuring the quintessential 1920’s diamond cut, an Asscher weighing in at over 5 carats, this ring proves Deco style is just as beautiful today as it the day it was made.
An Art Deco enamel and diamond plaque ring, the pierecd oblong panel with scalloped ends, pavé set with graduated brilliant-cut diamonds, centred by two baguette-cut diamonds, flanked by two old brilliant-cut diamonds estimated to weigh a total of approximately 0.6 carats, all millegrain set to a platinum mount with black enamel detail to the sides, to a pierced cheniered gallery, gross weight 3.7 grams, circa 1930.
Art Deco Platinum, Rock Crystal, Diamond and Emerald Brooch The modified hexagonal-shaped rock crystal plaque tipped by pierced fancy-shaped platinum terminals, accented by old-mine and single-cut diamonds and calibre-cut emeralds, with French assay mark, circa 1920.
A diamond, sapphire and platinum ring centering a European-cut diamond, accented by calibré-cut sapphire and smaller European-cut diamonds, on a pierced and engraved mount; center stone weighing an estimated: 3.70 carats; estimated total diamond weight: 4.15 carats. Art Deco or Art Deco style