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The Leodora Ring

In this glamorous platinum ring from the Art Deco era, a dazzling GIA certified asscher cut diamond is highlighted by ten glittering single and baguette cut diamond accents in milgrain embellished frames. Please note that in order to maintain structural integrity, this ring is final sale if resized (approx. 1.27 total carat weight).

This item has been sold. We can custom design something inspired by this piece or find you something similar.

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product details

Ring Information

Style:
BBN618013V
Design era:
Design era:
Art Deco
Date:
1930's
Metal:
Platinum

Gemstone Details

Diamond total carat weight:
1.27
Center gemstone:
Diamond
Center gemstone shape:
Asscher
Center gemstone details:
1.18 ct. Asscher cut diamond, J color, VS1 clarity, GIA certificate #2185636847
Additional gemstone details:
Ten single/baguette cut diamond accents, H/I color, VS1/SI1 clarity, approx. 0.09 ct. tw.
Treatment:
None
Note:
Since metal content and gemstones in existing pieces can be challenging to assess, product details, including evaluations of metal content, carat weight, treatment, age, authenticity and quality are based on best approximations by our GIA-certified gemologists.

Certification

ethical sourcing
Responsible alternative to new mining
5% of profits donated
Shipping & Financing
  • Easy monthly payments with Affirm. From 0% APR financing. Up to 36 months.
  • Special 12 month financing options available with Wells Fargo, subject to credit approval.
  • Layaway options also available.
Art Deco Design Era

The Art Deco era was a high-spirited, free-thinking time of gangsters, flappers, and speakeasies running from 1920 to 1935. Reflecting this, Art Deco jewelry is stylish and fun, as jewelry became a realm in which women felt free to express their individuality and confidence. Styles became bolder, sharper, and more masculine than earlier periods, with futuristic motifs and geometric forms.

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