This stunning rectangular Art Deco onyx ring boasts holds a golden five pointed star and a small rose cut diamond in a hexagonal setting. The filigreed metal is white 18K gold exhibiting intricate detailing typical of the early Art Deco period. Also this period saw the first commercial use of white gold. The engraved golden star indicates that it is the emblem of "The Order of the Eastern Star" which was founded in 1850 and is open to both men and women. A classic look that still resonates today!
Circa: Early 20th Century
Size (can be resized): 8
Dimensions: Top of ring is 22mm x 13mm
Weight: 4.20 grams
Materials: Gold, onyx, diamond, gold leaf
Metal: 14K white gold
Condition: Generally Excellent antique condition, some very minor flea bite chips to the edges of the onyx.