Modernist ring attributed to Dusausoy’s House

Spectacular modern ring for men, in silver and onyx, from the Art Deco Period, attributed to the Dusausoy House’s.


Modernist ring attributed to Dusausoy’s House with geometric lines. The ring’s setting is in silver worked with thick stripes on the shoulders. The ring is decorated with a rectangular onyx plate. The ring is a workshop prototype attributed to the French Dusausoy’s House (1840-1970) for the realization of the final model in white gold. Art Deco period circa 1930.

A similar model, signed and numbered, from the Lelion collection was offered at auction on September 25, 2015 at Prunier Auction.

Finger size: 53 EU or 6.5 US (no sizing possible)

Size of the stone : 14 mm x 11 mm

Condition : small lack on one side of the plate.

Weight : 14 gr

The House of Dusausoy is a family business created by Justin Dusausoy, accompanied by his two sons Pierre and Jean. The house is specialized in the purchase and sale of antique jewelry. These jewels are quickly transformed into modern creations. The family business exhibited its jewelry at the most important trade shows in Paris: Salon des Industries d’Art in 1922, the Paris International Exhibition in 1937, etc. At that time, the House of Dusausoy was as famous as Mauboussin, Boucheron, Mellerio dit Meller and Hermès

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Modernist ring attributed to Dusausoy's House