Stone: Old European Cut Diamond (1.279tw, est. K-I, VS2)
What You Should Know: This ring is a truly exceptional piece of jewelry. The setting is a prime example of Art Deco adornment.
*This Ring Can Be Resized.
Art deco harkens to an era of true glamour and luxury following World War I. By the mid-20s, this new craze engulfed all aspects of modern design: architecture, clothing, furniture, and, of course, jewelry.
Leading designers of the day were jazzed about color and shepherded in an era replete with rubies, emeralds, and most of all, sapphires. Innovation was the name of the game—everyone fawned over lively colors and never-before-seen combinations. Our guess is that’s why this unique-hued baby blue was given such special treatment. She’s more than worthy of her masterfully made setting, punctuated with two dreamy baguette diamonds. But we’re especially head over heels for her special cut. In nature uncut gemstones are roughly spherical so oval cuts are a common shape. But the multitude of facets that this special sapphire boasts is unusual even for ovals.
This gorgeous gal is such a classic yet special sugar pie. She embodies the kind of Great Gatsby glamour that is undoubtedly Art Deco. The snazzy cut and oval shape is sure to elongate and draw attention to elegant hands, and her Aegean blue is sure to chase the blues away.