French Art Deco Diamond Panel Ring
This ring is a pretty display of contrast.
Bold, geometry against delicate engraved details.
A balanced use of yellow and white coloured gold.
A 100 year old Art Deco design which could easily be mistaken for a modern piece from any of the worlds jewellery powerhouses.
The ring face features a perfect mix of open work engraving and millegrain detail on 18ct white gold. A single rose cut diamond sits to it's centre and the facets in the white gold are done in such a way to perfectly capture the light offering a subtle gleam and sparkle. The face of this ring is set into a sturdy 18ct yellow gold shank.
It is a very easy to wear ring. It sits flush against your finger. The delicate diamond is set into the gallery so you can be sure it won't catch on any of your clothes. It's a perfect low maintenance pop of glamour for your every day wardrobe. The ring is also in a hard-to-find modern, larger size.
The ring it in excellent condition with only minor wear to it's engraving and millegrain work. The engraving is still crisp and the wear is only visible when looking through a loupe. The shank is sturdy.
Ring size is a size 57 EU.
The panel measures 11.3mm x 9.2mm.
The ring sits 3.7mm above your finger including the diamond setting
The ring weighs 1.8 grams.
The pinched gold shank is 1.1mm wide The shank is 1mm thick.
The center diamond measures 1.2mm.
It bears the French Eagle Hallmark for 18ct gold and the makers mark which, sadly, I have not been able to identify.
18ct white and yellow gold, rose cut diamond