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Stylish ring of Art Deco with 1,20 ct brilliant, Germany around 1940


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Stylish ring of Art Deco with 1,20 ct brilliant, Germany around 1940
Stylish ring of Art Deco with 1,20 ct brilliant, Germany around 1940
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The delight in geometry that characterizes the design of this ring refers to the turbulent era of Art Deco. Since the beginning of the 1920s, designers throughout Europe had repeatedly ventured to play with clear geometries in order to overcome the loveliness of Art Nouveau. While the first designs were mostly filigree and white, coolly gleaming in platinum and diamonds, the fashion changed from around 1930 towards golden, more expansive works. In English-speaking countries, a more precise distinction is made here between Art Deco (the ethereal, white jewellery of the first phase) and so-called Retro Jewellery, i.e. the sculptural designs of the period from 1930 onwards. Distinctive and clearly designed in the style of late Art Deco is also the ring presented here. Made of 14-karat gold in two colours, the work presents an old european cut diamond as a solitaire in a platinum square setting. It is set centrally between two arches that give the ring a nice volume. The lightly toned diamond with vivid inclusion pattern weighs about 1.20 ct and shows strong fluorescence, making the stone a recognizable one-of-a-kind. Simple and modern in overall appearance, yet refined in detail, including streamlined sawn details, the ring is a powerful piece of jewellery and statement piece all in one. We have discovered the ring from the years around 1940 here in Berlin.
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Stylish ring of Art Deco with 1,20 ct brilliant, Germany around 1940
The round must go into the square
€ 1,490.00 *
Content 1 piece
Incl. VAT, Shipping
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