The years of the ‘Flapper’ between 1915 and 1930, reflect a growing optimism and surge of expanded social freedoms post WWI. A sense of new beginnings is captured in Art Deco designs. This small, but bold piece most certainly resonates with those ideals. Beaming with eye-catching, geometric elements and sophisticated cut outs, the platinum metal work is something to behold. Combined with 21 round cut diamonds, this daring, little ring is beribboned with neoclassical design motifs. The buckle style shanks are noteworthy elements and adds to the mystique of the piece. This ring sits elegantly low on the finger and provides that intense and vivid brightness so sought after during the jazz age.