Ruby halo art deco ring. 

This beautiful art deco halo ring is hand crafted around 1920. We can tell by the use of these beautiful old rose cut diamonds and the technique used to place them. In the centre we find a rose cut diamond of approximately 0.04ct. This diamond is surrounded by eight other old European cut diamonds. These diamonds are a bit smaller and combine for approximately 0.08ct. These diamonds make sure this ring is pretty, but also unique. Rose cut diamonds were cut by hand with self made tools, this means every diamond cutter around 1920 used a different technique with different tools. You will not be able to find the exact same ring because of that! 


Around these clustered diamonds, we find fifteen channel set rubies. Like most rings made in the art deco era, these rubies where calibré cut. Which means they were custom made for this particular ring. They cut these rubies so that together they would form a perfect circle. The diamonds were bead set in platinum. The rest is set in 18k yellow gold, as is the tapered thin band.


We love this art deco ring because it’s an eye-catcher worthy jewel. On top of this it’s also unique, there is only one ring like this in the world, you may find look-a-likes but they will never be exactly the same. This colourful antique ring can brighten up your outfit or just enhance it, it can stand out or just fit into the entire picture. We think you can combine the ring to your heart's content, this ring never looks out of place. 


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R 2


11,6 mm
0.5 ct

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