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Kutchinsky Gold and Diamond Ring


This modernist gold and diamond ring by Kutchinsky expresses the experimental, futurist aesthetic of the 1970s. As in earlier periods, the way architects were designing industrial spaces and practical objects to project abstract ideas permeated the decorative arts in the 1970s as well. This sculptural ring, though compact, creates a dramatic impression of scale and visual splendor, a virtuoso jeweled statement for the finger, with a swirled gold base encompassing a multitude of diamonds set in platinum.

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Item #: R-17091
Artist: Kutchinsky, London
Country: England
Circa: 1970s
Size: 5.25 (this ring may be resized, please contact us for further information) 
Materials: 26 Round brilliant- and baguette-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 1.60 carats); 18K Gold; Platinum
Signed: “Kutchinsky”

The Kutchinskys were a family of multi-generational jewelers who ran a salon in Knightsbridge, London, producing what Graham Hughes of the Goldsmith’s Hall described as “rich gold work," such as this magnificent ring.