The daring invisible setting meets iconic Art Deco. Perfect for the lady who defies convention.
Art Deco with its distinct geometrical style was an intentional break from convention celebrating new freedoms with a more liberated sense of fashion and buildings that reached to the sky. Art Deco was a sprawling design sensibility that forever put its mark on the early 20th Century, and continues to spread its influence today. The invisible setting was developed in France in the mid-1800s, and gives the appearance of a floating gemstone mosaic.
Set side by side, the stones are notched by expert jewelers and snapped into place within a wire framework hidden beneath the surface of the mounting. The result of uninterrupted gemstones is stunning, creating a display of brilliance that is near impossible to eclipse. This art form is extremely challenging, thereby reserved solely for the most skilled of gem cutters. We just happen to know one.
The 18K White Gold Ruby & Diamond Art Deco Ring unites the daring invisible setting with the iconic geometric Art Deco design. Here, an octagon of 18K white gold is filled with round, baguette and princess-cut, invisibly set diamonds surrounded by pave-set rubies. The most beautiful act of rebellion we’ve ever seen. Perfect for your lady who defies convention.
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