This 18 k white gold 1920’s filigree diamond ring has a smaller diamond than most I’ve posted but it’s still a healthy .56 carats (European cut, high quality). The diamond isn’t what makes this ring exceptional, though; it’s the details.
My favorite part is the way the filigree around the diamond seamlessly melts into the engraving embellishing the shoulders. It looks organic, almost like feathers.
This lovely thing is from the 1920’s. Did I mention that I love this ring? I love this ring.
It blows my mind to think about the fact that this ring was made by humans. A person thought of the idea, made it happen, and now it exists and is making my heart skip a beat, almost 100 years later.
This 1920’s filigree diamond ring was sold by Lang Antiques and is currently listed in their archive. So we can’t buy it, but we can behold it and be glad that it exists. All images and info are thanks to Lang.