An emerald cocktail ring from the Art Deco period. A trap cut emerald is millegrain set and surrounded by an oval shaped halo of diamonds, and further enhanced by a bold oval shaped frame of black onyx. With a diamond set to each shoulder, crafted in platinum, with an open pierced gallery below the emerald.
A bold and striking combination of contrasting colours and materials creates a fittingly dramatic setting for this enticing emerald.
Taking its influences from Ancient Egypt, India and Persia, Art Deco jewellery was characterised by sharp edges and clean lines, often featuring unorthodox combinations of natural materials, such as onyx, emeralds, rubies and jade.