The Piece London
Architectural French 18ct Rose & White Gold Ring
Blimey, another corker for you, it's almost embarrassingly good.
This ring, thought to be 1940s French tells a story of her era, sitting between the geometry of the feminine art-deco and looking forward into to the more masculine machine age, beautifully bridging the gap between the two to form an architectural masterpiece.
The delicate detail to the white gold ribbon running across the ring creates an illusion of small set diamonds, but the only stone in this ring is a sweet old cut garnet.
This piece is well travelled, showing import hallmarks used for 18ct gold transported into Morrocco during the 1930s-early 40s to the exterior of the band.
Offered in good (approaching) antique condition, there is a ding to the goldwork in the base which when worn sits so close to the finger it isn't noticeable (pictured).
Materials: 18ct Rose and White Gold
Size: O½ (US 7¼)