Just like the flappers and feminists in that legendary Jazz Era – the zestiest of all the eras, imo – diamonds just happen to be fairly wild badasses themselves.
A diamond is carbon, very specific and well-organized carbon. It’s pressurized and heated for a billion years, buried hundreds of miles beneath the swanky cities, glittering parties, and moonlit balconies of Earth’s surface. Like a champagne bottle popping, a deep-source volcanic eruption tears a piece of the mantle, where this carbon sits, and ushers it toward the surface.
Talk about badass. Mother Nature sure knows how to show off.
Our Charlotte’s Web Ring is 2.15 carats of glimmering old mine cut diamonds set in platinum featuring a halo of sparklers framing a center stone flanked by even more shine on each shoulder. These tiny glittering relics from the earth’s crust create a quintessentially Art Deco ring, with geometrics, patterns, and pizzazz that even Gatsby couldn’t resist. The ring face measures 21 mm north to south, and 16.6 mm east to west. This ring fits a size 6 US finger.
Join in the party Wild Child, embrace that Roaring 20’s nostalgia and dance the Charleston like a force of nature.
Era - Art Deco
Materials - Platinum & Old mine Cut Diamonds (2.15cts)
Size - 6
Measurements - 21mm x 16.6mm