Art Deco 0.50 Carat Transitional Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1940
A super pretty Art Deco diamond ring. The two bright and lively transitional cut diamonds in the centre are rubover set in milgrained platinum, and ‘float’ within a beaded, navette shaped gallery which sits nice and low to the gallery. Four smaller eight-cut diamonds are dotted at the compass points of the ring, leading to a slim 14k yellow gold shank with subtle shaped detailing at the shoulders.
Cut – The two main diamonds are transitional cuts, with four smaller eight-cut diamonds in the surround.
Colour – The two main diamonds are H to I, with G to H diamonds in the surround.
Clarity – VS1 to VS2.
Carat – The two main diamonds are approximately 0.20 carat each, with a total approximate weight of 0.50 carat.
Circa – 1940.
Size – N (UK) or 6.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The head of the ring is 14 x 10mm. Sits 2.5mm from the finger.
Metal – Stamped 585 – 14k gold – and tests as such. The top of the ring tests as platinum.