This exceptional piece of modernist jewellery is by the world renowned British designers Blyth and Beck.
Having worked for Andrew Grima, Ernest Blyth formed a partnership with Frances Beck as designer goldsmiths, exhibiting widely and twice winning the prestigious
De Beers Diamonds International Award.
A truly exceptional piece of modernist jewellery set in 18ct gold. This industrial look architectural ‘cage style’ ring is set with four small eight cut
diamonds. This statement ring sits approx 12mm up from the finger and would be a beautiful addition for any jewellery connoisseur.
Stunning, unusual Art Deco diamond and emerald ring, centered around three old cut diamonds set vertically with four small additional diamonds surrounded by individually facetted emeralds to make an oval tablet. This tablet is surrounded by twenty eight old cut diamonds. Each shoulder has intricate detailing with eleven diamonds, all set in platinum. The shank is 18ct yellow gold.
A very pretty diamond dress ring centred around three old cut diamonds in a vertical pattern. From the three diamonds an intricate open ‘star’ lattice style work, surrounded by crescent shaped diamond set detailing finishing the shape of the ring. Set in 18ct yellow gold.
An absolutely stunning marquise shaped diamond ring from the late Victorian period. Set in 18ct yellow gold this ring is in excellent condition. The top of the ring has twenty four beautiful old cut diamonds, with the five largest stones set in the middle, running vertically. The buttery yellow of the gold offsets the diamonds beautifully. The ring head is finished with a pretty ridge design on the shoulders.