Wow! This is an impressive French Art Deco Diamond cluster engagement ring to say the least. Boasting 1.05cts of Diamond, just imagine this piece being yours!
Sitting above delicate open filigree work, each of the Diamonds are bright and shimmery, with their settings giving the illusion that there are more! The ring has great coverage on the finger, and her chunky shoulders are certainly fitting for a piece this remarkable. This Art Deco ring deserves to be shown of by an elegant and classy lady- a match made in heaven!
ERA: Art Deco, 1930's.
RING SIZE: UK Size K / US Size 5 & 1/8.
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MEASUREMENTS: The cluster measures 14.5mm diameter and stands 9mm proud off the finger.
Central Diamond is 4mm, (approx 0.25ct).
8 x 3mm Diamonds.
Total Diamond weight in halo: 0.80cts.
Total Diamond weight: 1.05ct
Ring band is 2mm wide.
MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Platinum, Antique old-mine-cut Diamonds.
HALLMARKS: French Eagle's Head & French Dog's Head for 18ct Gold and Platinum outside band (The French dog's haed hallmark has been used since 1915.)
EXCELLENT. This rare French Art Deco Diamond cluster engagement ring has a show-stopping design and has been kept in exceptional antique condition! She's set with over one carat of bright white high quality clean antique old-mine cut Diamonds, all of which are original to the ring and are set securely.
The ring has a robust band and shoulders that feel solid on the finger, and the open-work filigree gallery stands string and proud, with very little wear at all. If you look very closely you'll see a minute amount of wear on each side, probably were the ring has been worn next to a wedding ring or eternity ring in its past life, however this can only be seen if you look very carefully and could easily be polished out. We have kept the ring as found to preserve its antique credentials- one of which are the beautiful and highly sought after French antique hallmarks which you'll find on the outside of the band- all of which are still crisp and easy for the French jewellery enthusiast to identify!