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The Marjorie Ring

$3,450

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Two enchanting natural emeralds are bezel set in precious 15K yellow gold in this Art Deco ring from the 1920's. Thirty-three single cut diamonds set in sterling silver add a touch of sparkle and romance to this stylish piece (approx. 0.29 total carat weight).

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Ring Information

Style:
BMC23541
Design era:
Design era:
Art Deco
Date:
1920's
Metal:
15K Yellow Gold, Sterling Silver

Gemstone Details

Diamond total carat weight:
0.29
Gemstone total carat weight:
0.70
Center gemstone:
Emerald
Center gemstone shape:
Round
Center gemstone details:
Two 4.5mm round natural emeralds, vivid very very slightly yellowish green color, moderately included clarity, approx. 0.70 ct. tw.
Additional gemstone details:
Thirty-three single cut diamond accents, H/K color, SI1/I2 clarity, approx. 0.29 ct. tw.
Note:
Since gemstones can be challenging to grade when they are already set in vintage pieces, evaluations of gemstone carat weight, dimensions, and quality are best approximations.
Care:
Please note that emeralds require special care and should be handled and worn gently.

Certification

Certification of Authenticity:
ethical sourcing
Eco-friendly alternative to new mining
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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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