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The Thiago Ring

$3,875

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Thiago is a dazzling Art Deco masterpiece with brilliant cut diamonds shimmering from all sides of cascading rectangular shapes. Milgrain details surround a central pearl for added detail and sparkle. Exemplary of the style and geometry featured in the Art Deco era, this ring is at once filled with light and style (approx. 0.48 total carat weight).

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Ring Information

Style:
BMS60608
Design era:
Design era:
Art Deco
Date:
1930's
Metal:
Platinum

Gemstone Details

Diamond total carat weight:
0.48
Center gemstone:
Pearl
Center gemstone shape:
Round
Center gemstone details:
4.8mm round cultured pearl, cream color, moderate luster, slightly included clarity. Special care should be taken when wearing pearl jewelry as pearls are prone to fracture if roughly handled, exposed to sudden heat or temperature changes or treated with harsh cleansers.
Additional gemstone details:
Eighteen rose/old European cut diamond accents, G/J color, VS2/SI2, approx. 0.48 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.

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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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