Vistula is a remarkable and authentic Art Deco era (circa 1925) silver topped 14k rose gold cluster ring. The outside shank showcases pristine hallmarks that determine the ring was originally crafted in Warsaw, Poland between the years of 1920-1931. Named after a famous river in Poland, the Vistula ring centers a bezel set 2.80ct diamond accompanied by a UGS Appraisal by EGL stating the Old European Cut diamond is graded L-M color and VS1 clarity. A scalloped halo of twelve Old European Cut and Transitional Cut diamonds effortlessly surround the center stone, totaling approximately 1.80ct in additional weight. The ring is finished with a slightly heavier 14k rose gold shank and is currently a size 8 and can be sized to fit most ring sizes. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions. *Please note the center diamond weight is exact and the color and clarity have been graded in the mounting.
The most characteristic feature of Art Deco jewelry is the emphasis on bold, geometric designs. The “Roaring 20’s” ushered in a new desire to live life to the fullest, which was very much reflected in the era’s jewelry designs.
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