An art deco diamond and emerald ring, circa 1925 The rectangular step-cut diamond, weighing 4.92 carats, claw-set between tiered shoulders set with baguette-cut diamond and rectangular-cut emerald accents
A magnificent Art Deco diamond bracelet by Cartier. Of an unusual geometric design of circles and squares, set with baguette-, square-, single- and old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, Paris, circa 1928-1930, signed CARTIER and numbered, French assay mark for platinum. #Cartier #ArtDeco #bracelet
Antique Art Deco engagement ring made in platinum and centered with an EGL certified approximately 1.40 carat emerald cut diamond with F-G color and VS2 clarity. Accented with eight baguette cut diamonds weighing approximately one carat total. Circa 1930.
Art Deco diamond ring, circa 1935. Set to centre with a rectangle step cut diamond, 2.62 carats, I colour, VS2 clarity, in an open back corner claw setting, flanked by four vertically set rectangle baguette cut diamonds in open back rubover settings with an approximate combined weight of 0.50 carats. Platinum
ART DECO DIAMOND, PLATINUM RING. Featuring two old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.15 ct., and 1.00 ct., accented by sixteen single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.25 ct., bezel and bead set in a platinum mounting. #ArtDecoDiamondRing #ArtDecoRing
A consummate Art Deco style platinum and diamond engagement ring blazing front and center with a gorgeous and glistening transitional European/round brilliant-cut diamond, weighing just a handful of points shy of 2.00 carats. The diamond is majestically displayed between two pairs of shimmering baguette diamonds bordered by small round diamonds which, in turn, lead to a twinkling trefoil motif on each lateral side. North and south, the diamond is enlivened by a slightly lowered tier of round…