When Deco ruled the world.
The new look of old-fashioned luxury features genuine blue sapphire and DiamondAura
She stepped out of the limo looking more beautiful than anything I'd ever seen. It was as if time almost stopped. Flash bulbs popped more slowly. Excited screams turned to whispers. And I couldn't take my eyes off her. The dress. Her hair. Those eyes. And that ring! Or so my grandfather always told it. He saw a Hollywood starlet at a movie premier once, and it was as though he'd been in the presence of a goddess. That's how it was back then. They were just classier and more glamorous than the stars of today. And a lot of that had to do with the still-unmatched sense of style that was so prominent. You just can't go wrong with art deco.
And so we've created The Spire. This is the Chrysler Building of rings. An art deco masterpiece, the smooth lines and geometric angles of this ring glisten and gleam in dazzling .925 sterling silver. This kind of shine would have been right at home on the hand of any of Hollywood's prettiest in the 1930's. It shimmers with the white flash of 14 brilliant DiamondAura rounds that exceed the fire of "D" flawless diamonds, with no inclusions. And its six carefully hand calibrated (an extremely time-intensive art deco technique), channel-set square cut natural sapphires glow like a deep blue sky just after sunset. Intricate silver bead-work and details add that final touch of 30s charm.
The Spire is proof that you can teach an old ring new tricks!