French ring circa 1940 diamonds (1.60 carat, main 0.80 carat)
Period: Around 1940
Metal: Gold 750/1000 (18 k) and platinum 950/1000
Total weight (gross): 9.10 grams
Dimensions (ring head): 2.4 cm x 1 cm
Finger size: 56 (size adjustment possible)
Type of stones: Old cut diamonds (approximately 1.60 carat including main diamond 0.80 carat estimated gemological characteristics color: white shade I and purity: small inclusions visible only with a magnifying glass x10 SI)
State of conservation: Very good state of conservation
In 1937, the International Exhibition of Technical Arts in Modern Life foreshadowed a new style that would develop in the 1940s by breaking away from Art Deco.
During this decade, “tank” jewelry will appear. They are so called because their links look like tank tracks.
This immediately recognizable type of ancient jewel is gaining renewed interest today.
Jewelry from the 1940s 1950, Sylvie Raulet, Editions du Regard, Paris, 1987
Price: 3400 euros
Reference: 01 061 5