The Art Deco Period was a design movement that began in Paris during the roaring 1920s and quickly spread internationally, continuing on into the 1930s. Art Deco jewelry is characterized by bold, modern design and streamlined, angular geometric shapes. Platinum and white gold were commonly used metals. We love Art Deco rings because they are so elegant and timeless. Featured below are two of our favorite rings in the store right now: A platinum engagement ring with two marquis diamonds on either side of the center stone and a stunning 14K white diamond band.
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