*Art Deco 1940 Platinum cocktail ring with 9.11 Cts in diamonds, sapphire & green tourmaline
An Art-Deco jeweled platinum ring.
Very elegant piece made during the Art-Deco period, circa 1930 and 1940. This cocktail ring was crafted in solid .900/.999 platinum and .100/.999 iridium and embellished with outstanding natural gemstones.
Mounted in the center, with a four-prongs setting, a cushion cut (12.5 x 9.5 x 8 mm) of a natural Brazilian green tourmaline of 6.86 carats
Bezel set on the sides, with fancy cuts diamonds; a pair of bullet cuts (0.45 Cts) and a pair of step-cuts trapezoids (0.40 Cts) and 10 round brilliants cuts (0.20 Cts).
Accented at the sides, with four channels that are holding 12 baguettes cut of natural blue sapphires, with a combined weight of 1.20 carats.
The total weight is 12.5 Grams and the actual size is 6.75. The ring can be sized and is suited with a spring sizer at the shank. The top view measures are 13.2 mm by 22.5 mm.
Stamped, with the platinum assay hallmark, "PLAT".
It is in perfect condition.
INVENTORY REF: R0000ACNN/.3605