This beautiful, simple yet stunning Art Deco ring (from 1930) is waiting for its new owner to treasure it. As was usual in the era, the ring is made of 18kt white gold, with a polished flat flank extending from the shoulders to a galleried diamond shaped top frame. The central diamond is 0.15 ct, surrounded by six other diamonds . All of the details are in the attached appraisal, showing a replacement value of of $4000.
The Art Deco era, running roughly from 1920 to 1935, was a high-spirited era of gangsters, flappers, and speakeasies. During the Roaring Twenties, the economy boomed and jazz blossomed just as Prohibition heightened the urge to cast aside Victorian restraints. However, if you think you need to dress like a character from The Great Gatsby to wear this stunning jewelry, think again: its’ appeal has endured for nearly a century. A piece to buy and wear and then hand down to your daughter.