Paris 1925 takes you back to Arts “Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes”. The Art Deco style reached the apex of its popularity right in the 1920s and 1930s, with the ultimate celebration of the new designs displayed in an exhibition held in 1925 in Paris.
Paris 1925 offers an intoxicating feeling of all that the Art Deco period can bring. Set in Platinum this .78 carat Old European Cut Diamond grades SI1 Clarity and H-I Color. It is flanked by an additional .15 carats. The ring is a size 7 and 1/2 now, and can be sized. Circa 1920
“Legacy of Art Deco
The mesmerizing, almost utopian art movement that was Art Deco, developed as one of the first universal styles in over 100 years, combining the design forms of the past to create the vision of the future. From the skyscrapers in New York, to smoky jazz cafes in Paris, from apartment buildings in Bombay to ceramics, metal and graphic works in Japan, Art Deco traveled with luxurious ocean liners across the nations, bringing the new aesthetic and vision of future. With such zest, color, playfulness and glamor, the design captivated people everywhere. In the light of a new age, in between two world wars, juxtaposed atmospheres of prosper and decay danced together the dance of Art Deco. Hunger for life, fashion, style and feeling good about self was satisfied with this bold movement. The wealthy followers accepted the trend as a beacon of light in the dark times.” https://www.widewalls.ch/art-deco-period/