The Art Deco Engagement Ring
October 27, 2008 by Tierra Wilson
Art Deco was a ground-breaking design style fashionable in the 1920s and 1930s characterized by sleekness, streamlined forms, geometric shapes, bold colors, and elegance. Apples of Gold Jewelry has a stunning Art Deco styled diamond engagement ring that encompasses all of the attributes above plus the security of high quality and authentic jewelry.
The Art Deco Diamond Ring in 14K two-tone gold highlights the Art Deco period with meticulous motifs and intricate designs. The 1/4, 1/2 or 1 carat diamond is held captive by a elegant gold lotus flower encompassed by a flowing flower and petal motif engraved in a 14k white gold band.
The round cut diamond held so delicately by the lotus flower is of the highest quality including certified technical specifications such as a H-I diamond color and SI1-SI2 diamond clarity. This rare Art Deco design is also available in Black Diamond Art Deco Ring and a Blue Diamond Art Deco Ring, as shown below.
Recently, Bruce Willis and model girlfriend Emma Hemming were spotted shopping for an engagement ring in Beverly Hills. A witness told Contactmusic that “Emma seemed to like one that had a very art deco feel to it… It was a smaller diamond set in platinum, and it was very feminine and unique”. That one statement has brides to be around the globe asking, what exactly is Art Deco and where can I find the perfect Art Deco ring?
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