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Non-standard Art Deco two-stone diamond ring (circa 1920)


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eNum: 0316.PWNN.1414

This is a really unusual and beautiful original Edwardian – Art Deco lady’s diamond set ring.
It was made in England C1910 and because of its unusual design it most likely was made originally for an individual client and not a standard ring that was just sold in a shop at the time.
It is set in a fine platinum setting with two principle old brilliant-cut diamonds in the centre set in an eight claw setting.
It is also set on each shoulder with two smaller old round cut diamonds in the Edwardian manner.
Diamond weight of two principle stones one carats twenty points.

Diamond target ring and its matching eternity ring
Very geometric Art Deco diamond ring