I will never be tired of Art Deco rings. Especially not Art Deco rings which use diamonds and gemstones together to create gorgeous contrast and lines.
This one is an emerald and diamond bull’s-eye, and it’s right on target. (Heh. I’m punny.) I think this bright little ring is fantastic. It’s later Art Deco, from 1930. The center diamond, European-cut, is almost a carat, and it’s surrounded by calibre emeralds and flanked by more diamonds on the shoulders. I think what really makes this ring is the open space – the openwork gallery and the space between the diamond and the emeralds. It lets the light in so that everything can really shine.
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This Art Deco diamond engagement ring with calibre emeralds is currently for sale at my beloved Lang Antiques. All photos and info are thanks to Lang.