Art Deco circa 1930

A Beautiful Sapphire and Diamond Cross Over Ring in Platinum

A beautiful Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring c.1930 designed as two stylised peacock feathers in a vertical cross over design, the ‘eyes’ of each feather formed of either a hexagonal step cut sapphire or diamond, above each is a fan shape of baguette diamonds and beneath a double row of baguette diamonds forming the ring shoulders, all set in platinum. This is a lovely design that uses the stylised motifs of peacock tail feathers to great effect.

Further Details

GemstonesHexagonal step cut diamond estimated to weigh approximately 0.80ct
Hexagonal step cut sapphire estimated to weigh approximately 0.95ct
26 x baguette diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 1ct
Condition ReportVery fine
PeriodArt Deco, circa 1930
Weight description7 grams
DimensionsUK finger size J, US size 4.25 (can be resized)
Head 1.9cm tall x 1.8cm wide
Band 2mm wide

Directors Notes

The peacock was a hugely popular figure of the earlier Art Nouveau era that carried over into Art Deco with the curvilinear forms replaced, as we can see here, by a more geometric and angular interpretation. The sharp corners and step cut faceting of the main gems along with the fan-shaped outline formed of rectangular shaped gems, is typical of this period.


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