A bold geometric platinum and old cut diamond (2.17cts) rectangular plaque ring from the Art Deco period. Showcasing the strong lines and geometric forms beloved of this era an elongated rectangular plaque head has been set with three large old cut cushion shaped stones. These have been surrounded by fourteen smaller stones, which have been secured using a network of small expertly shaped claws. A pierced gallery allows the maximum amount of light to enter and exit the stones above, ensuring a magnificent sparkle even when worn in lower light levels. Elegant shoulders set with further old cuts complete the design, and ensure that all eyes are drawn towards the impressive central display. Jewellery produced during this period (1911-1940) was inspired by modernity, and had a lasting impact on jewellery design that can still be seen today. The intense metallic sheen of platinum, combined with its strength and density enabled intricate designs with minimal metal mounts to be produced. These designs allowed diamonds and gemstones to speak for themselves, which can be seen in the striking geometric showcase displayed here. Originally this ring would have been worn as a symbol of wealth and status along with an arrangement of bold bracelets and other jewels to an evening party. During this period short sleeved fashions exposed the arms and wrists, and enabled sparkling jewels to catch all eyes on the dance floor.
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