Art Deco 1.26 Carat Transitional Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1940
A top class Art Deco diamond ring. The exceedingly bright and white transitional cut diamond in the centre is claw set within a surround of twenty-six eight-cut diamonds arranged in a double halo. The pieces and milgrained gallery is set with a further eight diamonds which lead to wide, step-down shoulders set with four (two each side) chunky old cut diamonds. Stunning engraving down the shank add further detail to this most impressive of rings.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30308809).
Cut – Transitional cut diamond in the centre with eight-cut and old cut diamonds in the surround.
Colour – The centre stone is F, with F to J colour diamonds in the surround.
Clarity – The centre stone is SI2. The diamonds in the surround are SI1 to I1; all the stones are clean to the naked eye.
Carat – The centre is approximately 0.42 carat with a total approximate weight 1.26 carat.
Circa – 1940.
Size – L (UK) or 5.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The head of the ring is 13.1 in diameter and sits 5.8mm from the finger.
Metal – Platinum. Tested.