The Emerald & Diamond Eternity Band

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The Emerald & Diamond Eternity Band


Metal: Platinum

Stone: Emerald & Diamonds

Era: 1920

Size: 7.25

What You Should Know: Emeralds and diamonds are bright and well matched. 

*This Ring Cannot Be Resized

Nothing beats an Art Deco band. The clean lines, minimal but interesting, are something that we never tire of. Wonderful on their own, paired with an antique or modern engagement ring, or slipped into a dynamic ring stack, these bad boys rarely disappoint. We especially love Art Deco bands that have a pop of color.

The era prior to Era Deco was all about whites- white metal and white diamonds. While this carried over into the 1920s and 30s, there was a new appreciation for incorporating bright colors into the designs as well. One inspiration of this new technicolor trend was the excavation of King Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922. This influenced another wave of Egyptomania, the previous craze occurring during Victorian times. There was a great wave of interest in ancient culture and the evidence of such can be found in architecture, furniture, fashion, cinema, and jewelry. Egyptian motifs popped up in earrings, necklaces, and rings and gemstones of a variety of colors were fawned over once again.

While we love the more obvious Egyptian inspired Art Deco pieces, it’s the subtler pieces that drew from the the new findings that we really appreciate. Small details like integrating lapis or emeralds, stones favored by the ancient pharaohs, into the otherwise machine age rings. This beautiful band features Cleopatra’s favorite gemstone, emerald. Rectangle step cut emeralds that pull a bright vibrant green are channel set next to a series of round white diamonds in platinum. A quintessentially Art Deco band in the most playful of colors.





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