The Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Dinner Ring

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The Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Dinner Ring

5,200.00

Metal: Platinum

Stone: Diamond (Est. 1.1 tcw) & Natural Emerald

Size: 6.5

Era: 1920

What You Should Know: Stones are well matched and natural. No chips to emerald. Faded hallmark inside shank. 

*This Ring Can Be Resized

The Art Deco era has gone down in history as one encapsulating speed, power, design, and indulgence. These core values reached into every aspect of life, shaping the arts. World War I had drastically changed women’s fashion. Female presence in the workplace was a new, and strong need, so ladies everywhere tossed their corsets and long sleeves away, and donned pants during the day, and shortened hemlines at night. Dress evolved into something that was a new found freedom for women, and heading into the 1920s it was a whole new social choice to dress the way you wanted to. And with the new wardrobe being so unrestricted and glamorous, they needed their jewels to match.

Art Deco jewelry is undeniably recognizable and breath taking. The indescribable magnificence of the time period could be perfectly represented by one piece of jewelry, and this insanely beautiful Art Deco ring would do the trick. Pulling strong inspiration from architectural designs, this stunner features a marquise diamond center stone, and geometric patterns sprinkled with white diamonds and the greenest emeralds. There’s truly not enough to say about how gorgeous this piece is. A ring fit for Daisy Buchanan herself. 

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