The Diamond & Sapphire Triangle Ring

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The Diamond & Sapphire Triangle Ring

4,500.00

Metal: Platinum

Stone: Diamond (Est. 1.05 ctw J-K VS2) & Sapphire

Size: 7

Era: 1910- 1920

What You Should Know: Stones are very bright

*This Ring Can Be Resized.

As a company that has the privilege of scouring the globe for some incredibly gorgeous, not to mention sparkling, antique jewels, sometimes it takes something extraordinary to really knock us off our feet. And boy did this one do the trick.

What is it about dazzling diamonds that captures our hearts so quickly? As history tells, we certainly aren’t the first. In ancient Egypt, Pharaohs placed a diamond in the middle of an ankh which was a symbol for life. They used diamonds to represent the sun, power, and truth- all purposely positioned at the center of life. In ancient India, diamonds were placed in the eyes of holy statues, and believed to be made when lightning struck rocks. They considered diamonds to be an emblem of clarity and purity. Ancient Romans wrote about how Cupid’s arrow was tipped with diamonds, and believed them to be pieces of broken stars.

Today, we associate diamonds with love, and we sure do love this diamond Art Deco ring. The chunky diamond catches the light in the way that made us fall in love with old cuts in the first place. The diamond sits in a raised table setting constructed out of the era’s favorite metal- platinum. What makes this ring unusual and truly one of a kind are the deep blue sapphire triangle accent stones. Small arrows and triangles were snuck into Art Deco designs with pops of color as an homage to Egyptian Revival style. These blue triangles make this ring edgy and cool, but don’t take away from the true beauty of that sensational diamond. Considered us officially knocked off our feet. 

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