This unique and bold ring from ca. 1942 was exquisitely handcrafted in palladium. 7 angled and graduating rows of bright white lively round cut diamonds and royal blue baguette cut sapphires give this ring its great look. All gemstones in this ring were meticulously matched in color and cut and the fine setting of these stones shows that a true master was at work.
Palladium which from the appearance looks a lot like platinum was used in a brief time-span for jewelry during the Second World War, around 1942. In this period platinum was only allowed for most essential needs in the industry, otherwise being used by the military. There was a small production of jewelry during this time, making this ring a true collectible, besides being an amazing piece of jewelry.

- 23 diamond weighing approx. 1.84cts total
- 16 sapphires weighing approx. 1.15cts total
- Size 6
- 16.5 grams
- 10.6 dwt

Width 1.1 Inch

Depth 1.3 Inch