Art Deco Rings
The Art Deco style was born in the early 1900's, a fantastic era for jewellery design in general. Moving on from Art Nouveau, Art Deco broke away from its predecessor and utilised simple, polygon shapes. Designers would then combine these simple shapes to create interesting patterns, often with zigzags and sunbursts to create extremely unique pieces of jewellery which were often worn as statement pieces at cocktail parties due to their size, style and beauty.
Art Deco is a distinctive and influential style which emerged in the 1920's and remains popular today in interiors, fashion and, of course, jewellery. This eclectic approach is characterised by bold shapes and intense colours, which gives us the perfect opportunity to create incredibly striking pieces of jewellery.
Philip Lloyd Jewellers bring you a delightful collection of Art Deco diamond rings, which reflect the timeless and enduring beauty of this particular period. Our collection aims to appeal to a broad range of tastes and budgets.
Classic Art Deco styles are brought to life in our stunning collection of rings through geometric patterns, combinations of diamond cuts and a splash of colour, such as true blue Aquamarines, blood red Rubies or grassy green Emeralds. With the use of Square Cut, French Cut and Baguette Cut diamonds.
This lovely collection has something to suit all tastes. The simpler, solitaire pieces are an ideal choice of engagement ring or for something more elaborate, the use of deep channel-set French cut sapphires in a geometric oval make a dramatic statement.