Featured here is a Yamron Estate Platinum and Diamond Ring. The total diamond weight of this stunning ring is 2.0ct featuring 26 square cut diamonds, 6 baguette diamonds, and 2 triangle cut diamonds. Try on and enjoy this Yamron Estate Platinum and Diamond Ring ring at our La Maison Boutique located at the Waterside Shops in Naples, FL ->
About Art Deco
Art Deco jewelry precedes the Edwardian Era. For jewelry novices, it can be difficult to tell the difference between the two eras since both incorporate platinum and antique diamonds. However, Art Deco is more geometric and symmetrical.
Art Deco jewelry is typified by its use of platinum and white gold, as well as its focus on antique diamonds. In fact, many Art Deco pieces incorporate both old-mine and European-cut diamonds. While Edwardian jewelry tends to be light and airy, Art Deco designs are more symmetrical and geometric. This is due in part to the rise of the machine age during the Art Deco period.
Art Deco jewelry is also characterized by its use of enamel, Bakelite, and other synthetic materials. This was in keeping with the new focus on industry and technology during the Art Deco period. As a result, Art Deco jewelry tends
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