Meticulous perfection! This filigree diamond ring is what we look for in estate acquisitions.
The word filigree comes from the word “filigreen”, deriving from the Latin words “filum”, meaning thread and “granum”, meaning grain. You will see the delicate work of filigree embellishment when fine, pliable threads of precious metal are twisted or curled into a design and then soldered onto (or into) the jewelry. The beautiful 18 karat white gold metalwork and three lively European cut diamonds in this ring exemplify the Art-Deco period’s highly skilled jewelry craftsmanship. The European cut diamonds are cut so nicely providing special brilliance. Art-Beauty-History.