The Winona ring is an Art Deco Asscher cut engagement ring circa 1920! This gorgeous ring centers a GIA Certified 3.02 carat Asscher cut diamond of K color, VS1 clarity. The stunning diamond is set in the most beautiful 8-prong platinum setting with split and Fleur-de-Lys style prongs! The delicate band is lined with three diamonds on each side with millegrain detail to highlight them. The ring is size 6.75 and can be resized!
Why We Love It
This Art Deco Asscher cut engagement ring features an incredible diamond with crisp facets to create high contrast and a dramatic look! The delicate setting provides a nice balance to the sizable center stone, while the cool color of the platinum band complements the facets of the side stones! The French details make this ring so dreamy, with lovely open metalwork and millegrain detailing showcasing the strengths of the Art Deco craftmanship!
Art Deco Meets The Asscher Cut
When Art Deco jewelers discovered the Asscher cut diamond, it was a match made in heaven! While the cut was first developed by Joseph Asscher in 1902, it didn’t quite catch on until the 1920s. Why did it suddenly become so popular? Art Deco jewelry was all about sleek, modern designs with bold geometric patterns. An Asscher diamond offers excellent clarity with a unique facet style. Looking through the table of the stone, the diamond almost becomes a kaleidoscope. You can see concentric squares crossed by an X shape. The square cut of the stone often features cut corners, creating an octagon as well. So many shapes are contained in this sleek, cohesive style!
Why You’ll Love It
There are plenty of reasons to love a vintage Asscher cut ring! For one, they have a distinct “hall of mirrors” look, which gives them a unique depth. An Asscher cut diamond looks great in any setting and will often make your hand appear slender and elegant. A vintage Asscher cut engagement ring is always a unique and stunning treasure.