Authentic Art Deco rings combining the appeal of the first truly modern design with the charm of antique and early twentieth century detail are much sought after. Striking and dramatic with geometric motifs which are not always linear, different gem cuts and heights, all white or vivid colours and often fine millegrain in crisp strong platinum mounts unique authentic Art Deco rings have a charm all their own which later interpretations have never completely captured. After all there is nothing to compare with an original!
An exceptionally beautiful Art Deco ring featuring a much sought after bright white period marquise diamond set in vivid half moon cut rubies. Vivid colour contrast was a distinctive feature of Art Deco jewellery.
2001 2960See Detail
An exceptional and very beautiful French Art Deco large Columbian emerald and diamond ring.
Three stone rings or trilogy rings, with the stones symbolising Past, Present and Future, are much sought after. An Art Deco trilogy ring with three old cut square stones is a wonderful find.
2001 2199See Detail
The epitome of Art Deco desirable design for the last ninety odd years - and into the future.
A superb ring for lovers of fine rings and sapphires.
An Art Deco platinum/iridium band with diamonds, all over engraving and an engraved date from the period is always sought after, particularly as a wedding band with an Art Deco engagement ring.
2000 0936See Detail
Classic design, sapphire accents and a delicately pierced gallery make this a very romantic Art Deco ring.
2000 0486See Detail
An alluring and spectacular Art Deco filigree diamond cluster ring enhanced by a central old cut Champagne diamond.
2001 2526See Detail
An Art Deco platinum, sapphire and diamond cluster ring with an eye catching difference.
2000 3166See Detail
Quintessential Art Deco ring with strong geometric design and colour contrast. Typically French Art Deco ring.
Close to perfection is always irresistible
Right on target.
For lovers of Art Deco rings with strong geometric design.
Lapis Lazuli and diamonds. So French Art Deco.