Art Deco is often described as being minimalist with strong architectural lines. The style has remained popular throughout the ages, beloved by jewelers and wearers alike. History wise, the Art Deco period spans the 1920s and 1930s, emerging around 1915, ushered in with a wave of optimism after the First World War.
Deco’s platinum-centric style always seems to re-emerge when we need its boundary-defying spirit most, and there’s been a resurgence of Art deco post pandemic. Here are a few deco styles we’re fond of:
Peridots are mined deep within the earth in lava and meteorites. This yellow-green peridot is indeed a gem. A 17.5 ct center stone perched upon 18K green gold and platinum. The Egyptians called peridot the “gem of the sun” and no wonder it’s associated with harmony and peace.
Add more than a touch of sparkle to your life with this stunning 3.56 ct Pink Sapphire surrounded by round brilliant-cut diamonds and set in 18K rose gold and platinum. Pink Sapphires are said to carry good fortune and intense love and this ring has a lot to love.
This nearly 3 ct Alexandrite changes color as the light strikes it. The double prong setting keeps it protected and the stone sits among trillion and brilliant cut diamonds. By all definitions this is a statement ring.
Those strong architectural lines we mentioned are covered in nearly half a carat of princess and round brilliant cut diamonds with a 3.11 ct center stone that dazzles. A signature characteristic of Art Deco is pieces that move and this necklace will definitely move you.
Of course, this is merely a small sampling of our Art Deco collection. We’d love to show you more.
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