Art Deco Engagement Rings

Flappers, gangsters, and speakeasies were commonplace. Movie stars mingled with Jazz musicians, and both danced the Charleston and Fox Trot until the early hours of the morning. And as women broke free of Victorian chains, they turned toward a bolder, flashier aesthetic. 

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Art Deco Rings

Youthful and stylish, Art Deco jewelry allowed a woman the freedom to express her individuality. Styles became sharper, brighter, and more geometric, reflecting the common motif of the time: a supreme confidence in a brighter future.

During the Art Deco era, advancements in cutting techniques, including the modern round brilliant cut style, allowed for diamonds to outshine anything that had come before them. Meanwhile, global prosperity permitted more people to afford a lifestyle inclusive of fine diamond jewelry, as jewelers discovered more efficient ways to produce their own brand of dazzling luxury. 

The popularity of fine Art Deco jewelry in the modern era serves as a testament to its timeless beauty. With styles that encompass the full breadth of this celebrated age, Gerard Leon invites you to experience the “Golden Era” firsthand.