c. 1910s-Revival Split Shank Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring in Platinum

Period: this is a new piece, fabricated by our goldsmith (platinumsmith?) via hand-carved wax model for the head, and hand-drawn and shaped wire for the shank. Stylistically, the ring recalls the unique period c. 1900s-1920s wherein late/post Victorian jewelry anticipated early Midcentury design. Yet, as crafted entirely in platinum, it also alludes to early Edwardian design in its ornate nature, and Art Deco design in its geometry and repetition of lines. This listing is for the very first version of the ring. Any future editions, if there are any, will be made to order.

Materials: platinum

Dimensions: the top of the ring measures 10.00 mm in diameter north to south; the ring stands 3.90 mm tall above the finger (5.20 mm including the center stone)

Size: 5 1/4 (free sizing)

Diamonds: thirteen Round Rose Cut diamonds (.50 ctw., est.) approx. near colorless and VS clarity overall


Item TS257