Today we are delighted to offer for sale a lovely art deco diamond engagement ring! This is a fabulous, high impact diamond halo ring which dates to the 1930s and made with all the bells and whistles of Art Deco style. The ring was made by Lambert Brothers of New York, one of the more prestigious jewelers of the Art Deco Period. This feminine ring features a very high profile setting for a lovely diamond cluster or halo: a .40 carat stone surrounded by six 0.054 diamonds. The high-grade natural, water-white color diamonds feature a beautiful glowing brilliance and cut with no visible inclusions and are set in white gold to show off the full sparkle of the diamonds, with the balance of the ring being yellow gold. The profile of the diamond setting is designed like a crown with six prongs and a open, airy filigree design. The “crown” setting is 5/16″ in height. The band is decorated with a graduated laurel leaf pattern on the sides and top edges. Signed “LAMBERT 14 K”. Ring presents beautifully and is in very good vintage condition. Expected wear to the engraved graduated leaf pattern on the sides and top edges of the band as well as some thinning at the back of the band, commensurate with use and age. This piece would be an amazing choice for an engagement ring for the lover of antique jewelry and Art Deco style…She’ll say “YES!” when she sees this sparkler…Fresh to the market from a Rhode Island estate!
Dimensions: 1-3/16″ in height, 7/8″ in width, 5/16″ in depth
Total weight: 4 grams
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