Early Art Deco Diamond Cluster ‘Boat’ Ring, c.1920s


A unique and stunning style, this cluster ring falls within the 'boat' description of antique jewellery. It's almost marquise shaped body, and deep gallery, gives the ring a chunky body, closely relating to a boat, hence the name! It features three centre diamonds which are old cuts. The middle stone weighs 0.75 carat, and set vertically on either aside are diamonds weighing 0.50 carat each. To round off the setting of diamonds at the centre stone's cardinal points, horizontally set are two 0.25 carat diamonds. Surrounding the three stones is a collection of eight cuts diamond, which have a combined weight of 0.50 carat, bringing the entirety of the ring to 2.75 carat. All the diamonds are thought to be G to H in colour, and have a clarity grade of VS2. The centre stones, the stars, are all rubover set, whilst the eight cuts are grain set, showing off a range of skill from the craftsman. It's a beautifully detailed ring, which has been hand made out of platinum. The metal work on the underneath of the gallery is to be admired, and the intricate shaping is stunning.  
Gemstone: Diamond
Stone Shape: Old Cut
Carat Weight: 2.75 Total
Colour: G-H
Clarity: VS2
Metal: Platinum
Age: 1920s

SKU: S1319/F72200Q

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