Art Deco diamond ring in white gold 18 karats. The ring’s head is rectangular, with simple geometric lines. It is paved with fourteen old-cut diamonds, including four more important in the center. Ring from the Art Deco period, circa 1920/1925, made by Maurice Beck.
Maurice Beck was a jeweler manufacturer of the early 20th century, having worked for René Boivin.
Marked with an eagle’s head and a Maurice Beck goldsmith’s mark (active in Paris between 1898 and 1926)
Finger size: 46 EU or 3.5 US (sizing available on request)
Condition: scratches from use, two diamonds with a slith lack
Estimated weight of diamonds: 1.10 carat
Weight: 6,5 gr