Art Deco 14kt 3-Stone Aquamarine Ring with Butterfly Filigree Motif
A stunning and unusual aquamarine filigree ring from the late Art Deco (ca1930s) era! This beautiful piece is crafted in 14kt white gold, and displays three stunning aquamarine stones at the center. Each aqua is uniquely cut and faceted to fit within its navette-shaped centerpiece, with the larger, top and bottom stones being bell-shaped and the center stone being rectangular in shape. The unusual multi-stone design adds further geometric appeal to the fabulous Art Deco design. Each aqua is bezel set with a milgrained frame and the stones sparkle beautifully in the light, exhibiting stunning pale shades of blue. Completing the design is an elegant filigree mounting, complete with shapely cutouts that create a lacy butterfly motif at the sides. At the back is a simple and smooth band extending from either side of the filigree centerpiece and the shank is stamped "JJS14K." It's a lovely and unusual ring, and would make a special addition to any vintage collection!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size 5, but could easily be resized if desired. The aquamarine centerpiece measures 3/4" tall, 3/8" wide, and rests about 1/4" high. The band measures 2mm wide at the back.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the white gold setting or filigree details. All three aquamarine stones are intact and securely set, with only very minor surface wear which can not be seen without a jewelers loupe.