Gransmoor is an incredibly unique and authentic Art Deco (circa 1925) platinum ring featuring an unusual diamond cut combination. The navette style ring centers an elongated Step Hexagonal Cut diamond totaling approximately 0.50ct in weight, flanked by a pair of Baguette cut diamonds, totaling approximately 0.14ct in weight. The ring is further adorned by a hexagonal shaped halo of ten single cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.20ct in weight, and finished with milgraining along the platinum edges. Gransmoor is a magnificent example of Art Deco geometric design and craftsmanship. It is currently a size 3 and can be sized to fit most additional ring sizes. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions.
Hammerscourt is a beautiful and authentic Art Nouveau (circa 1910) platinum and 18k rose gold ring that originally started out life as part of a moi et toi ring with the Castillo ring. The ring centers an eight prong set 0.81ct EGL certified Old Mine Brilliant Cut diamond graded H color and SI1 clarity. Hammerscourt is further adorned by a pair of Old Mine Cut diamonds framing the sparkling center diamond, totaling approximately 0.12 in weight. An additional six Rose Cut diamonds line the perfectly sculpted shoulders totaling approximately 0.08ct in weight. Hammerscourt is a timeless diamond ring, and the mixed metal combination makes this a fabulous choice for any girl looking for a piece of history! It is currently a size 7 and can be sized to fit some additional ring sizes. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions.