Gatsby is inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel 'The Great Gatsby' and the stunning imagery that era brings to mind. Glitz, glamour and 1920s Art Deco styling is captured in this platinum ring with cut out designs leading to a central emerald cut diamond.
The Gatsby diamond ring is crafted in 18ct white gold, with Art Deco detailing on the band. The ring pictured features a 0.90ct, D colour, VVS1 emerald cut diamond. Please enquire about the pricing of this ring.
This design is crafted to your requirements, which takes approximately 3 - 6 weeks. To request a quote or to place an order for alternative diamond options please contact us.
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Our experienced team would love to help you find the perfect ring - our staff have a variety of internationally recognised industry accreditations including Diamond Grading Certificates and Applied Jewelry Professional Credentials from the Gemological Institute of America, American Gem Society and Gemmological Association of Australia.
You can also speak with our expert team of jewellers and watch them craft your unique engagement ring in our on-site workshop. Our jewellers have, on average, over 30 years experience crafting fine jewellery and have won a number of international and national design awards.
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“We had a fantastic experience with The Village Goldsmith in designing an engagement ring. Ian and the team went far beyond what we could have expected in making the process easy, enjoyable and ensuring that we created something unique and special to us. The time and thought that they put into the whole process, the comprehensive, non-judgemental advice on costs, the acting to help keep it a surprise, and the little extra touches, all demonstrated a really exceptional and individualised approach. We would highly recommend and will actively look to use them in the future.” - Daniel Howell