Yellow gold, sapphires and diamonds ring “Attina”

$518

unique piece, 1 item available

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Description

This sublime ring from the Art Deco era is in 18-carat yellow gold, with a ring decorated with a gadroon pattern and set with a shell motif. The latter is set with a series of sapphires and diamonds of about 0.1 carat.
Size: FR 50 / UK K/ US 5.5
Weight: 3.8g
Eagle hallmark
This unique piece had a previous life in France.

The story: Art Deco is an artistic movement that was born in the 1910s and experienced its full development during the 20s to finally decline in the 30s and 40s. Taking its name from the 1925 Universal Exhibition entitled “International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts”, the Art Deco movement is characterized by its geometric designs reminiscent of industry (screws, bolts, gears). This unique ring in yellow gold and curved patterns reminiscent of a shell, although belonging to the Art Deco movement, is more in line with the codes of the movement in architecture than in jewelry. Indeed, the opulence of yellow gold and the motifs evoking a shell were widespread on the fronts of buildings of the time.