Mon Cheri™ solitaire featuring a True Antique™ cushion diamond.
At the end of the First World War, women adopted a more masculine look characterized by a sleek silhouettes.
Shortened skirts and hair à la garçonne came to play a huge roll in fashion, playing off the simple vertical line of contemporary dresses while adding a touch of frivolity and femininity to the new androgynous look.
The common characteristic of rings of the early and mid-1920s was a very pronounced vertical and geometrical line. Leon Mege excels in a production of a stunning pieces like this Mon Cheri style engagement ring incorporating calibrated French cuts along with 2.4 carat True Antique Cushion