Platinum, Diamond, and Sapphire Art Deco Trilogy Ring

Sale price Price $4,250.00 Regular price

The era we now know as "Art Deco" received its name from the Exposition International des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes, held in Paris in 1925, which was largely dedicated to the jewelry arts. The style embraced a cleaner line and more geometric shapes than seen in the past.  Emphasis was placed on the relationship between art and modern industry. The beloved style began appearing in jewelry as early as 1908 and reigned in popularity until around 1935, between both World Wars.

This dramatic diamond and sapphire ring is from the latter part of the period. It features three transitional round brilliant diamonds in the center of the ring face which are bordered in thirty cobalt blue French Cut sapphires (approximately .60ctw).  On the shoulders sit four round brilliant cut diamonds (approximately .06ctw). The horizontal, rounded navette shape is indicative of the 1930s Art Deco style and the use of platinum is also a factor in dating this piece. It conjures up true Old Hollywood appeal when silent films were making way for the "talkies", and coverage of Red Carpet events was all the rage on the newsreels. Imagine the sparkle this little number would produce in the flash of the cameras and the glow of the marquee! A wonderful piece that will make you feel like a starlet when you wear it!


Source: The Lovelie Jewels


Materials ad Features: platinum, diamond, sapphire

Age/Origin: Art Deco, c. 1918

Measurements: 5 grams, Size 7.5

Marks: .94@ CT (etched), maker's mark (stamped)

Condition: Excellent condition. 

Please view and inspect any photos closely. We endeavor to fully disclose all condition information clearly and concisely, however, please note that what qualifies as excellent condition for historical jewelry differs from modern and contemporary pieces; please take the age of the piece into account when examining the piece. Minor age wear is typical and to be expected for antique and vintage jewelry. Unless otherwise stated, gemstones have not been officially graded for color, clarity, or treatment by GIA; any information provided is our own educated, professional assessment.