Kutchinsky 18k Yellow Gold and 2.80cts Transitional Cut Diamonds c.1970s
For those who see jewelry as art, there is nothing quite like the House of Kutchinsky. Though not as well known in the U.S. as in other parts of the world, it is highly regarded as one of the most visionary jewelers to come out of London, with its remarkably ostentatious post-war offerings hailing a return to the embrace of luxury throughout a battered Europe. This exquisite ring from 1972 more than lives up to their reputation for radical opulence. 2.80 carats of immaculate and bright diamonds serve as backdrop to hand-forged-karat yellow gold molded into a dimpled, beehive-esque Z formation.
Year: c.1970s Material: Hand Forged 18k Yellow Gold with 2.80cts. x 32 Transitional Cut Diamonds Weight: 11.63g Size: 6.5 Condition: Pristine Vintage Made in London