An exceptional diamond with any icy white shimmering hue shares a stage with luscious channel set rubies in a circa 1930 Art Deco ring of 15k yellow gold and platinum. A central old oval cut diamond of an estimated 1.63 carats (H-I color; SI1 clarity due to one tiny carbon spot almost under the bezel only visible with magnification and tilting the ring to an angle) in a platinum bezel seems to grab all the attention.

Nevertheless, wait…a corona of twenty (20) fine channel set natural rubies sets a fire of intense color in pursuit of that honored position. A yellow gold border and open work under galley provide a substantial platform for the precious gems. A divided shank of 15k yellow gold is embellished with four (4) additional old single and rose cut accent diamonds set in platinum topped gold in a harmonious balance of fire and ice.

Accompanied by an EGL-UGS (European Gemological Laboratory-Universal Gemological Services) certificate for the main diamond only with a replacement value of $15,150.

Date: Circa 1930.

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