This jade, diamond and enamel ring by Cartier is undated but it’s certainly radiating a strong Art Deco vibe. Just look at it: the colors, the shapes, and the materials (the jade and enamel) all suggest Art Deco. I can’t make the call from a picture whether this is antique or just Art Deco inspired, but it’s definitely one or the other. Which, coming from me, is another way of saying that I think it’s beautiful.
It is centered by an oval jadeite jade cabochon, mounted in platinum, with a black enamel line surround and old brilliant-cut diamond triplet shoulders. The ring is signed Cartier and numbered 4953.
That strong color contrast of the green jade against the black enamel and sparkling diamonds is perfection. This baby would be a real eye-catcher, even though it looks to be of modest size. I think it must be divine on a finger. I would love the chance to see it in person.
This ring is currently listed on the S.J. Philips website. All images and info are thanks to S.J. Philips.