Silver Art Deco Diamond Solitaire Ring
Handmade Silver Art Deco inspired ring, with geometric diamond silhouettes to create a modern solitaire that wont break the bank.
Perfect accessory to your favourite little black dress this party season, this ring is light weight and easy to wear everyday.
Handmade by me in my workshop the Deco Diamond Solitaire comprises of a double diamond shape layered together and set raised between two sides of the silver ring shank. Oxidised black and then polished to reveal the silver underneath creates strong contrasts to really accentuate the geometric shapes of the Art Deco period. Whilst the black will not easily rub off, like all silver care should be taken to avoid scratches.
These rings would make perfect bridesmaid gifts for your 1920's Art Deco inspired wedding, the perfect finishing touch to their outfits that can be cherished forever.
Perfect little stocking filler for her this Christmas, what girl doesn’t dream of waking up to a diamond on Christmas morning.
Presented in a gift box tied up with ribbon and finished off with a gift tag. I can gift-wrap and send direct to the recipient with your own personal message if you like for those last minute gifts.
Please note that everything in my shop is HANDMADE and, therefore, some slight variances in size and shape might occur.
Made from Sterling silver. Hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office for your guarantee and stamped with my unique makers mark on the inside of the ring.
The diamond silhouettes on the ring measures approx H1.7cm x W0.7 cm. This sits on a 1.5mm silver band made to your requested ring size.
Please select your ring size in the option menu above. If you are unsure of your size please select the 'please send size guide' option and I will send you a PDF of the size guide which you can use to determine your size and then send to me via an order enquiry.
Please allow extra time for dispatch and delivery if your size is unknown. The size guide should be used as a guide, it is not 100% accurate and depends on precise measuring. I would always recommend getting measured professionally.