Late Edwardian / Art Deco Platinum Ring with a GIA 1.38 Carat Colombian Emerald Center



Period: c. 1920s - early 1930s late Edwardian / Art Deco

This ring is such a stunner! The entire design of the ring operates to continually draw the eye towards and around the center- and what a center! The GIA certified Asscher cut emerald is a true crowning jewel nestled atop the exquisite gallery of open filigree.

Materials: platinum; diamonds; emerald

Size: 5 1/2 - 5 3/4 (free sizing--contact us for information)

Stones: 
     Center: GIA Certified 1.38 carat Colombian emerald (minor oil, which is rare, as most emeralds have at least moderate oil)
     Shoulders: two triangle step cut diamonds measuring about 5mm ea. side (approx. carat weight is .85 ctw)--close inspection reveals what appears to be an indented natural at a facet juncture on one of the stones, thereby showing the diamond's natural crystalline structure. The stones are otherwise approx. SI1 clarity and G color, average.
     Accents: twenty Single Cut diamond (.25 ctw, est.)

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