A spectacular late Art Deco (ca1930s) era diamond and sapphire ring from C. D. Peacock, an acclaimed Chicago jeweler. Crafted in platinum, this fabulous piece boasts a wonderful symmetrical bypass design adorned with brilliant gemstones. A glittering old European Cut diamond is paired with a vibrant blue sapphire, each prong set and overlapping at the stacked centerpiece design. A trail of graduated Baguette Cut diamonds merge into the platinum band and a row of prong set Full Cut stones line the curved center. The larger prong set stones weigh approximately 0.90ct each, the diamond displaying H color and SI2 clarity. The remaining accent stones have a collective total weight of approximately 1.00ctw, creating a beautiful, sparkling complement. The outer edges display fine ridges and the ring is completed with an open channel flanking the curved center line. A smooth platinum band marked "PEACOCK" and "10% IRID PLAT" along the inside shank finishes the look. This ring has a unique appeal and would be a fabulous addition to any Art Deco collection!
Measurements: The ring fits a finger size of 5 but could be resized slightly. The central design measures approximately 9/16" wide, slightly more than 5/8" wide, and rests approximately 3/16" above the finger when worn.
Condition: The ring is in overall excellent condition. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum setting. All of the diamonds and the sapphire are intact and securely set.