Schmuck Schroll

Handmade Art Deco solitaire ring in 14 carat bicolor with diamond - 1920s


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This solitaire was handcrafted in 14 carat (585/-.) rose and white gold and sets a diamond with a diameter of 5.78mm, a depth of 3.47mm and a weight of 0.70carat in the excellent quality Top-Wesselton ( FG/fine white plus) and VS (very small inclusions). The diamond has been cut in a transitional cut to a brilliant, some of which has larger facets and therefore radiates a very lively brilliance.

This solitaire is a high-quality handcraft from the Art Deco era and impresses with a classic and timeless design. The rail was made to be delicate and solid and is consistent with today's designs for solitaire rings. The diamond was set in a white gold bezel setting, which supports the very beautiful color of the diamond. The frame setting protects this stone from all sides and is very robust.

The back and sides of the bezel setting have been carefully kept open to provide the diamond with plenty of light and maximize its intense fire.

This ring is a high-quality companion, which was made massively and timelessly by hand and comes from one of the most sought-after jewelry eras.

The ring weighs 2.25 grams and the ring size is 58 or 18.5 mm in diameter. We offer to resize this ring to your size free of charge. Please contact us or use the order note (in the shopping cart). Sizes from 52-61 are free for this ring.

All our jewelry is available with a certificate . The evaluation is carried out under international guidelines as trained gemologists and diamond appraisers from the German gemmological society.

This item is subject to differential taxation in accordance with Section 25a UStG; VAT is not shown on the invoice.

Our jewelry is only shipped insured. There is no transport risk for you.

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