Art Deco Platinum Emerald & Diamond Ring
A very good looking Jewellery made in the Art Deco era (1920-1935). Derives from the Spanish word 'platina' meaning 'little silver'. Acknowledged since the 1900s, platinum's durability and natural brightness has been and still is today highly treasured A metallic element prized for its rarity, whiteness, high tensile strength and insusceptibility to corrosion, platinum first became widely used in jewellery in the late ninete... More ring that was made in the 1920s. It has been set with a rectangular cut One of the four ‘precious’ stones. An intense, deep green is the most desirable colour for emeralds. Flaws and cloudiness (‘jardin’) are very common in emeralds, so stones are often oiled, irradiated, and dyed to improve their look. Synthetic emeralds have fewer imperfections and are hard to set apart from natural stones. Emeralds belong to the beryl... More within a geometric pierced frame with A technique developed in the late 19th century as a textural effect to metal work on the edges or bezels of jewellery. That technique is referred to as millegrain (or mille grain or even milegrain). From the French word mille for a thousand, and from grain as the same meaning in English, it refers to what appears to be thousands of tiny beads upon a metal pr... More detail and set with graded diamonds. The emerald is of Columbian origin and is a good mid green colour. It sits low on the finger so it is a practical ring to wear. It could be worn either as a dress or an engagement ring.
I love the chevron design on the sides of this ring
Date & Origin
Emerald measures 7.5mm by 6mm
Approximately 1 carat
Other Diamonds approx total weight 30 points (0.30 carats)
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