Circa the 1920’s, this 14k gold ring features a Mediterranean blue zircon, set between rows of single cut diamonds. The zircon is an Old European Cut, with high facets that are very reflective of the light and have a mesmerizing shimmer. Zircon is almost as highly refractive as diamonds—which can be seen in the sparkle of this beautiful stone. On the shoulders, six single cut diamonds are channel set into platinum. They are surrounded by milgrain work in a classic Art Deco setting. The watery blue stone and white of the diamonds and platinum perfectly compliment the 14k gold band, which comes to an elegant knife’s edge.
The zircon measures 6.7 mm in diameter and weighs 2 carats. The six single cut diamonds each measure 1 mm. The ring weighs 1.8 grams.
Ring size 6.25, and could easily be resized.