A deco dream with a touch of green! In its association with nature and the spring, green often symbolizes life, growth, renewal, and harmony. How charming to have the glow of such a color on what was originally a wedding ring! A very early modern brilliant cut diamond, along with the use of synthetic emeralds, places this ring around 1935. Synthetic stones were a relatively new technology and widely used as accents in even the finest jewelry of the deco period. Stunning 18k white gold filigree work creates a lacy, delicate contrast to the very deco squares that make up bezels. The setting boasts a very low profile while maintaining an impactful, yet airy look. The diamond weighs about .60 carat, is a near colorless I color grade, and an SI1 clarity grade. The ring is currently a size 6 1/4 and may be resized up or down upon request.