Art Deco Green Onyx White Gold Ring



Art Deco green onyx sugarloaf white gold ring, circa 1930s.

The Art Deco Green Onyx Sugarloaf White Gold Ring, Circa 1930s, is a stunning example of the elegant and geometric style that defined the Art Deco period. This ring features a vibrant green onyx stone in a unique sugarloaf cut, set in lustrous white gold. The design of this ring is characterized by its clean lines, bold shapes, and luxurious materials.

During the 1930s, the Art Deco movement was at its peak, influencing fashion, architecture, and design. This ring exemplifies the sophistication and glamour of that era. The use of green onyx adds a pop of color to the piece while still maintaining a sense of elegance and refinement.

The craftsmanship of this ring is exceptional, with intricate details and precise construction. Each element has been carefully considered to create a harmonious and visually striking piece of jewelry. The combination of the green onyx stone with the white gold setting creates a beautiful contrast that enhances the overall aesthetic appeal.

In conclusion, the Art Deco Green Onyx Sugarloaf White Gold Ring, Circa 1930s, is a timeless piece that showcases the artistry and creativity of the Art Deco period. Its exquisite design and craftsmanship make it a valuable addition to any collection or wardrobe.


 GEMSTONE: Sugarloaf cabachon cut green onyx 

 METAL: 14k white gold

 WEIGHT: 11.1 grams

 RING SIZE: Size 8.5

 MEASUREMENTS: 1/2" wide toward the fingernail and 3/4" wide across the finger.

CONDITION:  high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and this watch is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.  

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