When I saw a snap of this amazing Art Deco fan ring in a group shot on Trumpet & Horn’s Instagram, I flipped out.
Turns out, this beauty is platinum and centered by a 0.64 carat Old European diamond, which makes it even more amazeballs but also puts it solidly out of reach of my current just-for-funzies fund.
Which is good news for you, world, because that means I didn’t take it off the market.
Could this image be any more gorgeous? The styling is absolutely breathtaking; the colors and textures are a dream. Trumpet & Horn knows what they’re doing. (Love the box, too.)
Just look at those bold, swooping Art Deco lines: geometry and the contrast of hard and soft at their finest. The juxtaposition of the vivid green emeralds against the perfect patina of the antique platinum and the sparkle on the diamonds – a 0.64 carat Old European and 10 smaller single cut accent stones – so utterly fantastic.
I also love the texture created on the fan-shaped element by the calibre cut onyx and the scalloped edge of the fan created by the row of round emeralds.
Basically, I love everything about it.
And because they are lovely people who understand what the people want, Trumpet & Horn has also shared a video of this beauty in action:
I’m not sure why T & H named this ring “Mullholland,” but I also don’t care: I just want to stare at it.
What do you think of this piece, my darlings? Do you love it as much as I do? Would you wear it as an engagement ring, or would you rather have it on your right hand?
This emerald, onyx, and diamond Art Deco fan ring is currently for sale at Trumpet & Horn. All images and info are thanks to T & H and T &H’s Instagram.