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What kind of Art Deco setting is this?

mabillon

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Long time lurker finally posting!

I fell in love with this ring/setting several months ago... wondering what this Art Deco setting is called. Love the simplicity and how the stone is frame

It looks a bit like a bezel-set target ring but without the halo. Air gap?


Would love to find something similar!

Thanks for any help :)

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kgizo

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Very pretty! I’m not sure there is a specific name for that style. Maybe try searching the terms ‘bezel solitaire with airline’. I have seen this style more on necklaces than rings, etc. Good luck.
 

Bluemuse

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I’m thinking maybe “enamel target ring”. A few similar rings come up. Good luck!
 

e2the3rd

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Ooh I love this, so simple but with that little extra interest & finger coverage. It's actually in my top favorite antique bezel designs for a reset I've been struggling to make a decision on. I've come across only a few like this in my search over the past few years. Think they're still considered a target ring, just with the airline / crosshairs instead of a halo of stones, like you said. Erica Weiner makes a somewhat similar one they named Omphalos (Greek for navel) - see link - but I can't recall where else I've seen one https://ericaweiner.com/products/omphalos-diamond-solitaire
 
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