Art Deco Transitional & Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, French, dated 1941
A breathtaking late Art Deco diamond ring. This French beauty features a high white and clean transitional cut diamond in the centre, which floats within stunningly intricate platinum surround. The finely pierced zigzag detailing is set with eighteen rose cut diamonds, with a further four (two either side) rose cuts set at the top of the slim 18k white gold shank.
Engraving inside the band reads: Elmire Pierre, 23 Mars 1941. Some or all of this can removed if you prefer.
Cut – Transitional cut diamond in the centre with rose cut diamonds in the surround.
Colour – G.
Clarity – VS1 to VS2.
Carat – Approximately 0.12 carat in the centre, with a total approximate diamond weight of 0.36 carat.
Dated – 1941.
Measurements – The head of the ring is 12 x 9.6mm. Sits 4.5mm from the finger.
Size – I (UK) or 4.25 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Metal – 18k white gold and platinum. French hallmarks.