Art Deco Diamond East to West Ring
Introducing our stunning Art Deco Diamond East to West Ring in 14K white gold.
The Art Deco era was a time of immense innovation and cultural transformation. It embraced the rise of technology and celebrated the spirit of progress, giving birth to extraordinary jewelry pieces that embodied luxury and modernity just like this beautiful white gold diamond ring.
White gold was first invented in the year 1912. The credit for this invention goes to a German metallurgist named Georg Palladium. Palladium discovered that by adding certain white metals, such as nickel or palladium, to gold, he could create an alloy that had a white color similar to platinum. This new alloy became known as white gold and gained popularity as an alternative to platinum for jewelry making, starting from the 1920s. During this time, the Art Deco movement was in full swing: the white gold complemented the geometric and streamlined designs of the era. The availability of white gold as a more affordable alternative to platinum also contributed to its increasing popularity among jewelers and consumers.
- 18K White Gold 4.45 grams
- 0.50ct Diamonds
- Size 7.5 US resizable by us to ensure a perfect fit
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