1940s C&C Sterling Ring
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Neil Zevnik

1940s C&C Sterling Ring

$235.00
Est. Arrival: Aug 11 - Aug 23
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Why we love this
1940s Clark & Coombs late Art Deco sterling & simulated diamond ring. A brilliant-cut simulated diamond is suspended by arrow prongs over a diamond-shaped highly-polished background; on either side textured matte-finish arrow designs point around the band into a split shank motif of highly polished silver. An evocative expression of late Art Deco architectural design, this unique ring is in absolutely mint condition. Signed "C&C" in triangles. Face of ring 0.5"W; size 8.
Color: silver/clear
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 0.7" W x 0.2" H
Era: Vintage
Made Of: sterling, synthetic diamond
SKU: 77562368
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Aug 11 - Aug 23
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Neil Zevnik has been an obsessive collector of the finest vintage costume jewelry for more than 30 years. From Victorian to Edwardian to Deco to '40s, '50s, and '60s, with all the designer names you know and many you don’t, all in impeccable condition with a fascinating story to tell, and a new life to live with you.
Why we love this
1940s Clark & Coombs late Art Deco sterling & simulated diamond ring. A brilliant-cut simulated diamond is suspended by arrow prongs over a diamond-shaped highly-polished background; on either side textured matte-finish arrow designs point around the band into a split shank motif of highly polished silver. An evocative expression of late Art Deco architectural design, this unique ring is in absolutely mint condition. Signed "C&C" in triangles. Face of ring 0.5"W; size 8.
About the Seller
Neil Zevnik has been an obsessive collector of the finest vintage costume jewelry for more than 30 years. From Victorian to Edwardian to Deco to '40s, '50s, and '60s, with all the designer names you know and many you don’t, all in impeccable condition with a fascinating story to tell, and a new life to live with you.