A dinner ring draws enchanted glances from across candlelit tables or crowded speakeasies. This is as true today as it was in the 1920s, when this exemplary ring was most en vogue. Made in handmade platinum, its incredible details are as if unworn from a century ago. Every edge is milgrain beaded, giving the metal a glowing appearance, while the shank and shoulders remain intricately carved and filigreed. Its shape is among the most elegant we've seen– delicately pointed ends and a shapely center. The stunning center diamond is surrounded by a very deco hexagonal bezel of baguette cut sapphires. The diamonds weigh about 1 carat in total weight and are all in the near colorless H-I grade range and VS clarity range. They are all full transitional cuts of the era, creating a brilliant, kaleidoscopic glitter.