Art Deco Diamond Rings New Zealand
The Great Gatsby, the roaring 20s, and beautiful engagement rings all have one thing in common. They all belong to the art deco era. Intended to represent luxury, glamour and exuberance, art deco diamond rings hold a special place in our hearts. Below are our top eight art deco diamond rings we have designed in the last three years and have made it as part of our collection.
We also happen to be experts in the art deco era so if you are interested in designing your own art deco diamond ring, feel free to reach out and we can design an engagement ring that is uniquely yours. And it doesn’t need to include diamond. If you are a fan of sapphires, rubies or any other gemstone, let us know!
Pear Cut Diamond Cluster Ring with a Curved Yellow Gold Band
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Nothing screams art deco style more than a pear cut diamond engagement ring. And this design does it better than any other. With its bold geometric forms, it features 14 diamonds: 10 marquise diamonds, 3 round brilliant cut diamonds and a 1.5 carat pear cut centre stone. Antique in design, this engagement ring also achieves a hint of the modern with its curved 14K yellow gold band.
7 stone French Style Art Deco Engagement Ring Featuring an Alexandrite Centre Stone
Bezels are a tell-tale sign of the vintage art deco era. This vintage engagement ring is more modern than it may appear — especially on first glance. It features a 2 carat equivalent alexandrite with half bezels and six baguette cut diamonds that becoming progressively smaller away from the centre stone. The baguette cut diamonds are also in full bezel.
Toi et Moi Art Deco Engagement Ring
This stunning toi et moi is an example of how creative you can get with an art deco inspired engagement ring. It features a 1 carat equivalent emerald cut blue sapphire and a 2 carat lab grown diamond pear cut diamond. The ring itself is 14K yellow gold.
This design is also very flexible. And because of its popularity, we have seen quite a few variations on it. For example, below we have the same design but instead with an emerald cut red moissanite and pear cut blue sapphire.
If you love this design, but not the stones, you can absolutely customise this engagement ring with Four Words. So whether it’s replacing the either of the gemstones with tourmaline, amethyst, topaz or peridot, or the addition of filigree, feel free to reach out to us today. We offer a comprehensive design service and free international shipping!
2 Carat Emerald Cut Diamond Solitaire Ring In Full Bezel And 18K Yellow Gold Band
An art deco style and minimalism can be difficult to achieve because they are seen to be on the opposite sides of the spectrum. Art deco styles are typically bold and full of detail. This engagement ring however brings together both art deco and minimalism for a modern look that pays homage to the bygone era. Featuring a 2 carat art deco emerald solitaire, it is completely enveloped in a full bezel. This is what gives the ring its art deco look. The ring itself is 18K yellow gold.
You could customise this emerald ring by replacing the emerald cut diamond with and old European cut diamond or using rose gold instead of yellow gold.
3 Stone Simple Aquamarine Art Deco Engagement Ring In A White Gold Band
This is another example of an art deco style ring that makes use of minimalism to great effect. It features a 1.5 carat equivalent round aquamarine gemstone with two accenting pear cut diamonds in a white gold band.
If you wanted to lean more into the art deco era, you could add filigree to the band. And if you wanted to lean into a more minimalist style, you could turn the round aquamarine into an oval diamond, just like the ring below. And instead of accenting pear stones, it features accenting round diamonds, all in a 14K yellow gold band.
Leaning into the art deco era doesn’t mean need you need to shout it from the rooftops about it. This ring is just an example of that.
3 Stone Engagement Ring Featuring An Asscher Cut Diamond Centre Stone And Accenting Aquamarines In A Platinum Band
This Asscher cut three stone diamond and aquamarine engagement ring epitomises everything about the late-stage art deco era. It has bold geometric lines and clean symmetry running through the diamond with its windmill, but also the sleeker form of style reflective of the ‘Streamline Moderne’ with its accenting aquamarines and simple prongs. The platinum band also gives the entire ring an ice cool finish.
And while this engagement ring doesn’t feature the classical art deco era characteristics such as milgrain, it does speak to a modern rendition. So while this ring doesn’t shout art deco, it definitely does have all of the elements of something classic but unique.
If the Asscher diamond does excite you, make sure to work with a jeweller that you can trust. The grading reports don’t provide the full picture on getting the best Asscher that the eye can see. Below is an example. You can also learn more from our complete guide on Asschers.
Toi et Moi Champagne Asscher and Round Cut Diamond in a Rose Gold Band
Love the Asscher but want something more heyday art deco? This ring is the one for you. It features a 1.5 carat champagne Asscher cut diamond (yes a coloured diamond) and a 1 carat white round cut diamond in a 14K rose gold band. This engagement ring speaks to the roaring 20s and all of its glitz and glamour. We love this ring because it starts conversations, there is an interesting use of colour across the toi et moi, and combines both straight lines and curves in a sophisticated way. What’s not to love?
Toi et Moi Round Red Diamond and Round Ruby in a Rose Gold Band
Toi et moi is classic art deco. And if you love curves over straight lines, this ring might just be the one for you. And this is just another beautiful coloured-stone example. It features a 1 carat round cut red diamond and a 1 carat equivalent round ruby. Also the red diamond (the one on the left) is in a half bezel whereas the ruby is in full bezel. This is all held together with 14K rose gold.
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