A heavy 18ct gold ring deisgned with three curved ridges encircling the finger, with a flattened top. This ring has been handmade rather than cast from a mould, and the quality of the manufacture is evident in every sleek line and curve.
The top of this ring measures 1.5cm x 1.3cm. The horizontal godronne style tapers down to the base of the shank where it is stamped with the eagle’s head for 18ct gold and French manufacture. There is a partially struck maker’s mark which is unidentifiable. Made circa 1940.
The ring is currently size O (US 7.25), but may be resized.
A very smart ring from the late Art Deco era with a stepped design in 18ct gold and platinum set with 9 diamonds to the central section. The architectural feel of this ring is heightened by the stepped design to the tapered shank.
A French ring circa 1930 with an 18ct pale yellow gold tapering shank with geometric form and three raised ridges to a panel of platinum set with twenty old single cut diamonds with a total approximate weight of 0.50 carats.
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