To a wonderful future

Gorgeous diamond ring with 3.60 ct old European cut solitaire in platinum, around 1925

Joyful excitement reigns on Unter den Linden, the Hotel Adlon is hosting a lavish party in its grand hall with the Elephant Fountain. Elegant ladies in glamorous dresses with feathers and sequins sip glasses, fine gentlemen in tuxedos with gold pocket watches help themselves to champagne served by liveried waiters on silver trays. The atmosphere is supported by bands with atmospheric music and the guests eagerly await the big fireworks, which is to say goodbye to the old decade and welcome the new. The Grand Hotels of the city of Berlin organized celebrations of long unseen grandeur and elegance on New Year's Eve of 1919. The war was finally over, life was about to begin anew. At midnight, the bells of Berlin's churches rang out, salutes were fired, and the brass section of the city band let out fanfares from the Red City Hall. "Happy New Year!" - The twenties took their beginning.... The ring here comes from this decade, which experienced splendor and shadow so close together. The hand-forged ring of solid platinum bears in its center a diamond of an impressive 3.60 carats in the historic old cut. Its color is warm white, like frosting on a cake. A detailed setting of fine platinum holds the large brilliant-cut diamond in an airy pronge setting, and 42 other diamonds stud the openwork ring shoulders. The ring is in first-class condition and is a unique, simply inspiring piece of jewelry with an individual old European cut diamond of almost substantial weight. An auspicious gift of love that found its way to us here in Berlin.

Large diamonds are something wonderful - don't you think? A diamond ring like this large solitaire is all about emotion. If it is given as an engagement ring, a series of dreamy excursions into the realm of fantasy, which once began with the first toy ring in childhood, comes to its conclusion with it. If, on the other hand, you give the diamond to yourself as a gift, for example on a very personal occasion, from then on it will always be a reminder of that special moment, which can be recreated in your memory whenever your gaze loses itself in the sparkle and glitter of the stone.

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We want you to be 100% satisfied! That’s why we examine, describe and photograph all our jewellery with the utmost care.

If for any reason you are still not satisfied, contact us and we will find a mutual solution immediately. Regardless, you can return any item within 30 days and we will refund you the full purchase price.