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TIFFANY & Co. New York.Art Deco c1925.Platinum and diamond ring with a central emerald-cut diamond flanked either side by triangular and square-cut diamonds

TIFFANY & Co. New York.Art Deco c1925.Platinum and diamond ring with a central emerald-cut diamond flanked either side by triangular and square-cut diamonds

This exquisite ring is a rare and exceptional piece from Tiffany & Co circa 1920′s.  The ring is crafted in platinum and features a 3.95 carat emerald cut center diamond of “D” color and “SI1″ clarity.  The stunning center diamond is accented by 3 French cut diamonds on each side.  There is no better representation of Art Deco era jewelry design than this incredible vintage ring from Tiffany & Co.

This exquisite ring is a rare and exceptional piece from Tiffany & Co circa 1920′s. The ring is crafted in platinum and features a 3.95 carat emerald cut center diamond of “D” color and “SI1″ clarity. The stunning center diamond is accented by 3 French cut diamonds on each side. There is no better representation of Art Deco era jewelry design than this incredible vintage ring from Tiffany & Co.

Art Deco  1.78ct Emerald Cut Diamond Ring | From a unique collection of vintage engagement rings at http://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/rings/engagement-rings/

Art Deco Emerald Cut Diamond Ring

Art Deco 1.78ct Emerald Cut Diamond Ring | From a unique collection of vintage engagement rings at http://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/rings/engagement-rings/

An almost square, and almost perfect, older emerald-cut diamond shines ice-white and gorgeous between a perpendicular pair of straight baguette diamonds in this exemplary diamond solitaire, masterfully hand crafted in platinum during the 1930s. Check out the belted back-to-back 'C' motifs on the side gallery.

An almost square, and almost perfect, older emerald-cut diamond shines ice-white and gorgeous between a perpendicular pair of straight baguette diamonds in this exemplary diamond solitaire, masterfully hand crafted in platinum during the 1930s. Check out the belted back-to-back 'C' motifs on the side gallery.

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