• Old European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard | Fred Leighton
  • Old European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard | Fred Leighton
Old European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard | Fred LeightonOld European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard | Fred LeightonOld European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard | Fred LeightonOld European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard | Fred Leighton

Old European Cut Diamond Bypass Ring by Raymond Yard

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A pair of old European cut diamonds totaling approximately 4 carats are accented with baguette and single cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.50 carat in a platinum bypass ring signed Yard Inc. Circa 1920s.

Details

MAKERRaymond Yard
PERIODArt Deco
METALPlatinum
STYLEF-38067-FL-0-0
SERIALFL38067
RING SIZE6.5
Width
Measurement of the outside width of a band ring, bracelet, earring or necklace taken at the widest point.
2.00 MM

$50,000USD

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About Raymond Yard

In 1898 at the young age of 13, Raymond C. Yard began a career in the jewelry trade as a door boy at one of the premiere jewelry houses in the U.S., Marcus & Co. in New York. Having learned jewelry-making and salesmanship, he quickly rose through the ranks and by his 30s, he was the most sought-after salesmen at Marcus. There, he attracted the attention of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., a Marcus client, who in 1922 encouraged him open his own firm and recommended him to his friends: the Woolworth, Flagler, DuPont, Harriman and Vanderbilt families. With an extraordinary clientele, Raymond Yard soon became synonymous with high-quality gemstones and platinum mountings elevating the Art Deco movement in the 1920s and 1930s to another level through ornate and delicate designs.