Petals Of Perfection - Art Deco English 18K Gold Platinum Diamond Daisy Flower Cluster Ring (ADR242)

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Petals Of Perfection - Art Deco English 18K Platinum Diamond Daisy Flower Cluster Ring. This precious ring is crafted from 18K and platinum, tested. Featuring nine natural round cut diamonds, Art Deco era styling and detail, and high quality craftsmanship. The design of this ring is a beautiful daisy, set in platinum are white bright sparkling diamonds. The gallery is a coronet style which sets off the diamonds beautifully. The shoulders are also set with diamonds, adding even more sparkle to the ring. The ring is delicate, however still solid and substantial. The band is crafted in 18K yellow gold , it is polished and smooth, which allows for a comfortable fit.  This stunning Art Deco era ring is feminine, elegant and so charming. It would make a perfect engagement ring, gift or addition to any jewelry collection. Truly an heirloom piece to be cherished for many more years to come. 

Note: Contemporary appraisals do not reflect the antique value of antique jewelry. It is recommended that this ring be insured for $1800.00 (Tax Excluded) 

These type of rings of the Art Deco era are difficult to find in such pristine condition and such fine workmanship. The appraisal is for the gold, platinum and diamond value and does not take into consideration the antiquity value. This is a beautifully made ring from the Art Deco era with crisp British hallmarks. A true rarity.  

The earliest diamonds were found in India in 4th century BC, although the youngest of these deposits were formed 900 million years ago. A majority of these early stones were transported along the network of trade routes that connected India and China, commonly known as the Silk Road.

Gold was generally used for a couple thousand years solely to create things such as jewelry and idols for worship. This was until around 1500 BC when the ancient empire of Egypt, which benefited greatly from its gold-bearing region, Nubia, made gold the first official medium of exchange for international trade.

The name is derived from the Spanish platina, meaning "silver." Platinum was discovered in South America independently by Antonio de Ulloa in 1735 and by N. Wood in 1741, but it had been in use by pre-Columbian natives. 


Measurements: Face of Ring 15.00 mm x 8.00 mm 

Stone Size: Diamonds .18 carat 

Weight: 2.90 grams 

Ring Size: 6 1/4 

Condition: Excellent 

Origin: England 

Date: 1920s

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