Art Deco rings

The Art Deco period is characterized by geometric lines and the predominance of diamonds, the use of platinum and ornamental stones like onyx. Also the Art Deco rings have the same characteristics: forms often clear, frank, extremely drawn lines. It is a very graphic movement that lasted for a few years and that is now the delight of collectors. Art Deco rings are very sought after because they have a lot of style and are timeless.


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  • Bague rétro diamants

    Circular diamond ring in platinum and 18 karat rose gold. Ring set with a central flat Dutch rose-cut diamond. The diamond is raised by eight prongs and surrounded by 12 rose-cut diamonds on a platinum setting. Antique ring, late Art Deco, early Retro period, France, Lyon.

    Marked with an eagle’s head and the goldsmith’s mark of Rénart François (active in Lyon from 1934).

    Finger size: 60 EU or 9 US (can be changed)

    Tray size: 14 x 14 mm

    Estimated weight of the central diamond: 0.05 ct
    Estimated weight of the diamonds: 0.30 ct

    Condition : usual metal wears

    Weight : 4.03 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • art deco sapphir diamond wedding ring

    Art Deco sapphire ring in 18 karat gold and platinum. Oval marquise-shaped ring with an old mine cut diamond in its center, surrounded by four navette-cut synthetic sapphires. The top of the ring is set with 18 rose-cut diamonds. Antique ring, Art Deco, circa 1920-1930, France.

    Eagle head and dog head hallmarks (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold), goldsmith’s hallmark illegible.

    Finger size: 55 EU or 7.25 US (can be resized).

    Note: the ring has been rhodium-plated to restore its lustre.
    Condition: chips and scratches from use

    Weight : 3.22 gr

  • bague grenats en orbague art deco en or blanc

    Art Deco garnet ring in 14 karat (585) white gold. Ring with a colourless stone (goshenite), framed by two round rose-coloured garnets. The ring is decorated with scrolls and pearl motifs. Antique ring, circa 1920/1930.

    Shell hallmark (French State hallmark for 14 karat gold)

    Finger size: 59 or 8.75 US (can be changed)

    Estimated weight of the goshenite: 0.40 carat
    Total estimated weight of garnets: 0.46 carat

    Condition : chips and scratches from use

    Weight : 2.27 gr

  • Art deco ruby diamond ringArt deco diamond ruby ring

    Art Deco diamonds ruby ring in 18-karat white gold (750). Ring set with 13 rose-cut diamonds and two small round rubies. The central diamond is an old cut and weighs approximately 0.05 carats. The structure of the ring is openwork. Art Deco ring, circa 1930, France.

    Partially stamped eagle hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 57 EU or 7.75 US (resizeable)

    Maximum width of the ring: 12 mm

    Estimated weight of diamonds: 0.19 carat
    Estimated weight of rubies: 0.02 carat

    Weight: 3.72 gr

  • art deco half eternity ring in gold

    Art Deco half eternity ring in 18-karat white gold (750). Half eternity band set with fourteen single-cut diamonds. Angular edges, typical of early 20th-century wedding bands. French Art Deco ring, circa 1920.

    Finger size: 49 EU or 5 US (small change of size possible).

    Eagle head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold) and RC goldsmith’s hallmark.

    Total diamond weight: 0.14 carat

    Weight : 3.80 gr

  • diamond haft eternity ring in platinumalliance américaine en platine

    Half eternity ring band in platinum and diamonds. American half wedding band set with 14 brilliant-cut diamonds on a gray platinum setting. Antique wedding band from the early 20th century.

    Dog-head hallmark (french state hallmark for platinum)

    Finger size: 50 UE or 5.25 US (No sizing possible).

    Total diamond weight: 0.70 carat

    Weight : 3.3 gr

  • bague tank spinelle diamantstank diamond ring

    Tank ring with diamonds in 18-karat white gold (750) and platinum. Tank ring set with a synthetic blue spinel of square cut. The spinel faces two lines of four old-cut diamonds (eight diamonds in total) set on a raised roll. The ring has harmonious volumes, sometimes rounded, sometimes geometric, typical of this period. Tank ring, circa 1940.

    Owl hallmark (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold)

    Finger size: 52 EU or 6 US (resizeable)

    Estimated weight of diamonds: 0.46 ct
    Estimated weight of synthetic spinel: 2.5 ct

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight: 7 gr

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Art Deco diamond ringWedding ring in platinum

    Art Deco diamond ring in 14-karat gold (585) and platinum. Hexagonal Art Deco ring set with three old mine cut diamonds in a bezel setting. The ring is elegantly decorated with geometric lines and openwork motifs, typical of the Art Deco period. Antique ring, Italy, circa 1925.

    Shell hallmark (French State hallmark for 14-karat gold)

    Finger size: 52 EU or 6 US (resizeable)

    Dimensions of the setting: 18 x 10 mm
    Estimated weight of the central diamonds: 0.15 ct

    Condition: fine scratches from use

    Weight: 2.22 gr

  • Art Deco cluster opal diamond ringbague marguerite opale en platine

    Art Deco cluster opal ring in platinum (950). This antique cluster ring features a central cabochon-cut opal set in a close setting, surrounded by twelve old-cut diamonds. The opal shows vibrant play-of-color with shades of violet, blue, and green, accented by hints of orange. The ring’s gallery is delicately detailed with scrollwork. This Art Deco period ring dates to circa 1930 and originates from France.

    Hallmarks: Dog’s head (french hallmark for platinum) and maker’s mark.

    Ring Size: 51 EU or 5.75 US (Resizable).

    Top dimensions: 18 x 14 mm.
    Opal weight: 1.03 carats.

    Estimated total diamond weight: 0.48 carats.

    Condition: surface abrasions, signs of wear.

    Weight: 8.18 gr

    Gemology and beliefs: Opals come in various types, with noble opals being the kind that exhibits play-of-color. This captivating effect is caused by tiny, uniformly sized spheres of silica. When light hits these spheres and is refracted, it produces a dazzling display of colors on the opal’s surface. In contrast, common opals lack this play-of-color, as their spheres are disordered and of varying sizes, giving them a milky appearance. Opals have been associated with the power of invisibility in folklore, earning them the title “Patronus forum” (patron of thieves) during the late Middle Ages.

  • art deco diamond wedding ringbague ancienne art deco diamants

    Art Deco round diamond ring in 18 Karat white gold (750) and platinum (850). This Art Deco ring features a circular centerpiece with a brilliant-cut diamond in a beaded setting. The ring showcases geometric lines in beaded white gold forming a stylized flower adorned with 8 rose-cut diamonds. The elevated setting of the central diamond creates a space in the metal, adding an airy quality to the ring. With its geometric lines and openwork motifs, this ring embodies the typical Art Deco style (1920-1935) and reflects the white jewelry trends of the era. Circa 1930, France. This piece is numbered.

    Hallmark: Partially faded eagle head (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold) and serial number.

    Finger size: 55 EU or 7.25 US.

    Setting diameter: 11 mm.

    Estimated total diamond weight: 0.13 carat.
    Estimated central diamond weight: 0.07 carat.

    Condition: Light signs of wear.

    Weight: 2.5 gr

  • diamond platinum wedding ringdiamond wedding ring in gold

    Antique diamond wedding ring in 18 karat yellow gold (750) and platinum. Antique ring set with eight old-cut diamonds with a platinum setting. The ring consists of two lines whose ends meet in the centre, on which the diamonds are set. Antique ring, first half of the 20th century.

    Owl and mascaron hallmark (later add), Illegible numbers inside the ring.

    Finger size: 56 EU or 7.5 US (can be cut to size)

    Max. ring width : 3.5 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.08 carat

    Condition : scratches from use

    Weight : 2.51 gr

  • bague art deco en or et jadeart deco jade ring in gold

    Art Deco Jade diamond ring in 14 karat white gold (585). Elegant ring set with an oval cabochon of jade jadeite of a beautiful intense green colour with slightly white veins. The gem is set with four claws and surrounded by twelve single-cut diamonds on a mounting with Art Deco lines. The shoulders are set with four baguette-cut diamonds. Antique ring from the 1930s.

    Shell hallmark

    Finger size: 50 EU or 5.25 US (can be changed)

    Ring head dimensions: 18 mm x 14 mm
    Jade dimensions: 13.18 x 8.28 x 3.90 mm

    Estimated diamond weight: 0.40 carat

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight : 4.8 gr