A 1920s Art Deco ring can feature interesting shapes, intricate filigree, and strong geometric patterns. They come in all sizes and can look amazing on both wide and narrow fingers. These rings can be a great choice for anyone who wants to make a statement or enjoys one-of-a-kind jewelry.
Here, we’ll introduce you to the top 30 Art Deco ring styles of the 1920s.
Top 30 Art Deco Ring Styles of the 1920s
1. The Arles Ring
If you’re looking for a solitaire ring with impressive details, the Arles ring may be an excellent choice. This ring centers on a 0.75-carat old mine cut diamond set in box prongs. Small single cut diamonds on each shoulder emphasize the near colorless center stone’s beauty and cover the visible part of the shank.
2. The Harkness Ring
This one-of-a-kind ring features a 0.55-carat old European cut near colorless diamond as the center stone. Geometric openwork, small old mine cut diamonds, and fine milgrain decorate the dome mounting and highlight the center stone’s brilliance.
3. The Copenhagen Ring
Let’s start with the center stone: it’s an old European cut diamond that weighs approximately 0.90 carats and has a high color grade. The gorgeous diamond is surrounded by single cut, pave-set diamonds that form a geometric halo in an interesting step design. If you look at the ring from any angle, you’ll notice the different levels that give it a unique appeal.
4. The Bernex Ring
This unusual ring combines sapphires and diamonds and displays interesting geometric shapes. The center stone is a 1.20-carat old European cut diamond. It’s emphasized by diamonds and small sapphires on the shoulders that form eye-catching patterns.
5. The Morrison Ring
If your loved one enjoys bulky jewelry with a north-south setting, look no further than the Morrison ring. The ring features a 0.55-carat old European cut diamond as the center stone. Three rows of old European cut diamonds form a north-south setting and highlight the center stone’s sparkle.
6. The Canterbury Ring
This ring’s center stone is a 0.80-carat near colorless diamond surrounded by a double halo of smaller diamonds and a few baguette diamonds on each side. All diamonds are set in platinum, while the shank is made of 18k yellow gold, creating a lively contrast.
7. The Smithfield Ring
This original Art Deco Era ring centers on a bezel-set, old European cut diamond that weighs 1.73 carats. Intricate filigree and hand engravings with floral and leaf motifs decorate the dome mounting and stretch along the visible part of the shank. The Smithfield ring is handcrafted in platinum, a metal common for the Art Deco Era.
8. The Elverson Ring
The center stone of this stunning ring is a 1.27-carat old European cut diamond, flanked by a marquise-shaped diamond on each side. A halo of single cut diamonds borders these three diamonds and creates a unique shape.
9. The Worcester Ring
The star of the Worcester ring is the old mine cut, near colorless diamond that weighs 0.65 carats. The diamond has a rectangular shape, and five single cut diamonds on each shoulder emphasize its brilliance. Since this ring’s band is thin, the center diamond seems even more prominent.
10. The Glassboro Ring
The Glassboro ring is the way to go if you enjoy bold, sharp jewelry. This ring is set north-south and is unique because it has two center stones. They are surrounded by diamonds grouped together in different shapes. Onyx adorns each shoulder and makes the ring even more impressive.
11. The Archway Ring
This gorgeous solitaire ring features a 2.27-carat old European cut diamond in the center. The diamond is set in prongs that maximize its brilliance and enhance its overall look. Small diamonds adorn the shoulders and form a hidden halo under the center stone.
12. The Haydon Ring
You can never go wrong with a classic ring, especially if it features exquisite diamonds. The Haydon ring centers on a 5.81-carat old European cut diamond. The crown-style under-gallery, delicate hand engravings, and a thin shank ensure the spotlight is on the center stone.
13. The Charlton Ring
According to Persian and Indian tales, onyx serves as a protection from evil. Many believe onyx symbolizes strength and clarity and sharpens our intuition. If you like onyx, you’ll love the Charlton ring, which combines this stone with diamonds. The center stone is a round, 1.50-carat old European cut diamond bezel-set in onyx.
14. The Nouveaux Ring
This ring’s center stone is a 1.17-carat old European cut diamond. Three diamonds adorn each shoulder and highlight intricate hand engravings along the shank and the under-gallery. The entire ring is decorated with filigree, which gives it a unique style.
15. The Rovigo Ring
Nothing says Art Deco like the Rovigo ring. The main character is a lovely old European cut diamond that weighs around 1.70 carats. Smaller diamonds, openwork filigree, and milgrain form unique shapes around the center stone and emphasize its sparkle. The three sapphires on each shoulder make the ring even more special and turn the eyes towards hand engravings on the shank.
16. The Pickford Ring
If you’re looking for a unique engagement ring, the Pickford ring is the way to go. This ring features five diamonds that graduate toward the center. All diamonds are near colorless and have a total weight of 0.49 carats.
17. The Haddon Ring
Sapphires symbolize wisdom, good fortune, faithfulness, and sincerity. Hence, these precious gemstones can be perfect for an engagement ring, especially when combined with diamonds. This is the case with the Haddon ring, which features a 4.09-carat Asscher cut diamond as the center stone. A halo of natural French cut sapphires wraps around the center diamond and highlights its sparkle.
18. The Pittston Ring
This rare ring has a 2.00-carat near colorless diamond as the center stone, accented by French cut diamonds along the shoulders. Interesting hand engravings wrap around the diamonds and stretch along the shank.
19. The Prague Ring
The Prague ring is a solitaire ring that is anything but ordinary. It centers on an old European cut diamond weighing 1.88 carats. Three single cut diamonds adorn each shoulder and reveal hand engravings along the visible part of the shank. This delicate ring is great for those who prefer a classic, timeless style.
20. The Sherman Ring
The Sherman ring shows how effective the contrast between onyx and diamonds can be. The center stone is a round old European cut diamond, bezel-set in buffed onyx. The onyx is prong-set, and you can see intricate openwork below it.
21. The Albi Ring
This antique solitaire ring’s center stone is an exquisite 4.11-carat cushion cut diamond set in prongs. Two small diamonds adorn each shoulder and point toward hand engravings along the entire shank and prongs. Fine milgrain is the final touch that makes this platinum ring an ideal option for anyone who prefers a delicate style.
22. The Whitby Ring
The Whitby ring is much more than a classic solitaire ring. It centers on a 3.29-carat old European cut diamond of exceptional brilliance. Smaller diamonds decorate each shoulder and lead toward delicate hand engravings on the shank.
23. The Barcelona Ring
The center diamond of this ring is a round, 1.15-carat old European cut diamond with a high color grade (I). Small diamonds form a halo around the center stone and stretch along the shoulders. Looking at the ring from the sides, you’ll see handcrafted openwork in the under-gallery.
24. The Exeter Ring
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If you enjoy rings with intricate details, you should consider the Exeter ring. The ring’s center stone is a 1.25-carat old European cut diamond, surrounded by diamonds of different shapes and sizes. The final touch is the shank that displays gorgeous hand engravings.
25. The Boudry Ring
This lovely Art Deco ring centers on an old mine cut diamond that weighs around 3.90 carats. Each shoulder displays two bezel-set, baguette cut diamonds that complement the ring’s style. Since the shank is narrow, the center stone looks even larger.
26. The Fontana Ring
The Fontana ring is a great option for those who enjoy geometric jewelry. The lovely center stone is surrounded by single cut diamonds that highlight its brilliance and create a unique effect. This ring features a simple shank to ensure all eyes are on the gallery.
27. The Chrysler Ring
The Chrysler ring is another example of how well sapphires and diamonds look together. Here, we have a 1.48-carat old European cut diamond as the center stone. A row of natural sapphires decorates each shoulder and highlights the intricate patterns of openwork filigree and hand engravings.
28. The Highbridge Ring
This unusual dome-shaped ring centers on a 0.93-carat old European cut diamond. Floral-shaped details on the gallery, along the shoulders, and the shank add to the ring’s delicate style and make it attractive for anyone who prefers simplicity.
29. The Curel Ring
If you want a ring that doesn’t go unnoticed, the Curel ring is the right choice. This Art Deco ring features an old European cut diamond weighing 2.24 carats as the center stone. A halo of calibre French cut sapphires surrounds the prong-set diamond and creates a subtle contrast.
30. The Rankwell Ring
It’s hard to say what’s more impressive about this ring, the center stone or the shoulders. A beautiful, 1.07-carat near colorless diamond is the ring’s focus. Each shoulder is divided into three sections and adorned with smaller diamonds that connect the center stone to the simple shank.
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