Era - Art Deco c1920's
Materials - Platinum, Old European Cut Diamond Center (.94ct H/VS2) 16 OEC Diamonds (.28tcw) and 8 French Cut Sapphires (.35tcw)
Size - 5 (resizing limited)
*Official appraisal included
Absolutely stunning in sapphire and diamond, this marvelous Art Deco Checkerboard Ring was brought into being during the age of José Capablanca and Vera Menchik—among the most famous of world chess champions during the 1920s and the two people brought to mind by the sensational alternating gemstone design of this outstanding ring.
An antique masterpiece of sublime style, this phenomenal platinum ring features a superb Old European cut diamond surrounded by 16 Old European cut diamonds and 8 French cut sapphires. Exquisitely designed in an era when much of what had long been taken for granted was turned on its head, this glorious ring speaks to us of the possibilities and wonders which await those who have the courage to try something new.
Worn as a talisman of courage for centuries, diamonds are said to amplify the bravery and boldness of the one who wears them. Once believed to be the tears of the gods and goddesses, diamonds are also said to bring Divine favor to wearers. Enhancing the meaning and significance of diamonds, sapphires are believed to bear the eternal wisdom of the heavens and those said to reside within them. A gemstone of serenity and structure, sapphires are said to be the ideal stone for those who dare to shape life according to their dreams.
A thrilling Art Deco darling to dress up every occasion, this magnificent ring is radiance embodied.